Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe Thriller 'Nice Guys' Casts Female Leads

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Angourie Rice and Margaret Qualley are joining the film

The Nice Guys have found their girls.

Angourie Rice and Margaret Qualley are joining Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe in the Warner Bros. crime thriller, which is being directed by Shane Black. Joel Silver is producing.

The script, which Black co-wrote with Anthony Bagarozzi, tells of a private detective (Gosling) and a jaded racketeer (Crowe) who must team up to find a missing actress in the scuzzy, seedy and smoggy side of 1970s Los Angeles.

In a breakthrough role for the young Australian, Rice will play Gosling’s daughter who likes to occasionally tag along with her dad.

Qualley portrays a social activist who resembles a porn star named Misty Mountains. The actress, who is part of HBO’s ensemble show The Leftovers, will be making her first feature film appearance with Nice Guys.

The movie will shoot in Los Angeles and Atlanta in November.

Rice, whose credits include Walking With Dinosaurs 3D, is repped by WME and Catherine Poulton in Australia.

Qualley is repped by UTA and Management 360.