The best photos from the Cannes Film Festival of 2016.


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Gangster Squad is a slick ode to the gangster films of the 40’s and 50’s and it rocks!

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Will Hollywood persuade Ryan Gosling to play the role of the disgraced paralympian accused of murdering his girlfriend?

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Heavy.com spoke to the writer/director about the movie and Ryan Gosling’s bank-robbing fantasies.

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Before people get tired of seeing Ryan Gosling, Gosling will take a acting hiatus.

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Tumblr is the best place to stay informed on your fav celebrities, but traversing it is an adventure unto itself. We’ve got you covered with a treasure map to the best celebrity Tumblr’s.

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it’s just a teaser, but it’s a good one!

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The duo team up again (Drive) for another violent foray into the underground world of criminal activity.

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11-year-old Ryan Gosling already had a chiseled jaw and an oozing ego, and lord could that boy dance. Watch him dominate this Mormon talent show when he breaks it down to C+C Music Factory.

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Sean Penn and Ryan Gosling get deep in the underbelly of organized crime in 1940’s Los Angeles in Gangster Squad.

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Jim Carrey, Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes help act out the drunk version of the classic story “Twas the Night Before Christmas”. Cheers to that.

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Supervising Sound Editor Lon Bender talks about his work on Director Nicolas Winding Refn’s film “Drive”.

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George Clooney’s bittersweet valentine to the American worker pursuing the American dream features terrific performances by Ryan Gosling and other Oscar candidates.

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There are quite a few to choose from this weekend. For your pleasure: Real Steel, The Ides of March, Intruders, Blackthorn and — for a bit of class — The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence).

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Buckle up and let Ryan Gosling and director Nicolas Winding Refn take you on this year’s most satisfying cinematic thrill ride.

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This weekend brings us the remake of Straw Dogs, Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive and Gus Van Sant’s Restless.

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