Ryan Gosling is back in theaters with a new flick, Only God Forgives. The film is his second collaboration with director Nicolas Winding Refn, who first directed Gosling in Drive. Whether or not the second time around is a success, everyone will be talking about what happens to Gosling and Kristin Scott Thomas’ incredible performance. Those are just two of the ten talking points VH1 has pulled together for you. Think of it as your cheat sheet to the film.
On January 1st we can start a clean slate and draft our ever crucial new year’s resolutions. Whether or not we actually achieve those goals is another matter (we’ve yet to do 2012’s spring cleaning). Nevertheless, it’s always a fun challenge to set them for ourselves…and also for our friends in Hollywood. Just like us, our celebs could use a little goal setting for 2013. Just like your mother says, we do it because we love you. Here’s our resolutions to the stars, and -most importantly- Happy New Year!
Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling – We know one of Hollywood’s hottest couples is costarring in The Place Beyond the Pines in 2013 together. However, after watching the two show their comedy chops in the latest Drunk History clips, we cannot wait to see more of these two collaborate. We know the duo has some off screen chemistry, and the silver screen may not even be able to handle the hotness between them. We have a proposition for these two for 2013: more projects together, please!
By Sabrina Rojas Weiss
Mere hours after the passing of Apple co-creator Steve Jobs, Deadline.com asked, “Will Hollywood Book Biopic of Steve Jobs?” Too soon? Maybe. But it does seem inevitable. Long before Mark Zuckerberg was making computer geekery the stuff of an Oscar-nominated hit, Jobs and Steve Wozniack were tinkering in a garage, Tom Edison-style, back in 1976.
Of course, that gets us dreaming up who could play Jobs as he prepares to revolutionize our lives — and we love picturing the great ’70s costumes and sets this movie would require. And yeah, we’re thinking out of the box a bit with this, but come along in this imaginative exercise, and then let us know your own suggestions in the comments below!
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