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  1. Entertainment One Buys U.K. Rights to Icelandic Thriller 'Black's Game'

    5:54 am 9/5/2011

    Cannes winner Nicolas Winding Refn executive produced the drama about the rise of drug crime in Reykjavík in the 1990s.Read more

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  2. Deauville 2011: 'Drive' Director Nicolas Winding Refn Accepts Award for Ryan Gosling

    3:38 pm 9/3/2011

    The filmmaker will next head to Bangkok to begin filming “Only God Forgives.”Read more

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  3. 'Drive': Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan Share Passionate Kiss in an Elevator (Video)

    3:16 pm 9/2/2011

    The Nicholas Winding Refn film opens in theaters Sept. 16.Read more

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  4. Ryan Gosling Breaks Up NYC Scuffle (Video)

    1:08 pm 8/22/2011

    The actor plays a reluctant hero in "Drive" but has no hesitation intervening in a street fight in real life.Read more

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  5. Ryan Gosling Takes to the Streets in 'Drive' Trailer (Video)

    9:18 am 8/10/2011

    Carey Mulligan, Christina Hendricks, Bryan Cranston also star in the action thriller.Read more

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  6. Fandom Five: 'Green Lantern,' 'Drive' and the Week in Geek Film/TV News

    12:53 pm 6/18/2011

    THR's Borys Kit breaks down the stories that matter in the Fanboy universe.Read more

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  7. Los Angeles Film Festival: What You Need to Know

    5:09 pm 6/16/2011

    Guillermo del Toro is guest director of the event, which kicked off Thursday and includes a screening of Ryan Gosling's "Drive."Read more

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  8. German Distributors Report Cannes Buying Spree

    7:26 am 5/25/2011

    Constantin, Kinowelt, Wild Bunch and Concorde buy big at 2011 Market.Read more

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  9. Maxdome, Universum Sign Long-Term VOD Deal

    4:51 am 5/23/2011

    Highlights include 'The King's Speech,' 'Oceans.'Read more

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  10. Cannes Wrap-up: Todd McCarthy on This Year's Strange, Contentious Festival

    10:28 am 5/22/2011

    From Lars von Trier to Terrence Malick, there were a number of fine films, but no absolute knockouts.Read more

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