LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Ryan Gosling could be one of the hottest men in Hollywood and an idol to whom, but he has no fear of hard-type of violence. In fact, sometimes deemed necessary and in his latest film, "Drive".
In the film, which opens in theaters on Friday, Gosling plays a Hollywood stuntman should be involved in a robbery gone bad. High-octane thriller is also influenced by John Hughes, a love story between the young lunatic Gosling and his co-star, Carey Mulligan.
"I always wanted to do a violent film by John Hughes. I love John Hughes movies, I like" Pretty in Pink ", but I always thought that if we were hitting their heads, would complete the film," Gosling told Reuters.
Actress of 30 years has been nominated for an Oscar in 2007 "Half Nelson" addicts school teacher, and won the critics, fans and players of Hollywood dramas shows a great independent film "Blue Valentine" and "Lars and the Real Girl all its own. "
But Gosling said it was difficult to find a director with a common vision for the thriller "Drive" romantic until he ran into the Dutch director Nicolas Winding Refn, whose credits include the dramas of crime " Pusher "and" Bronson "on the prisoner, who assumes the personality of the hero of Charles Bronson action films.
In Refn "Drive" to avoid the glitz of Hollywood and describes the dark side of the City of Angels in this thriller.
"This work of Nicola and I knew he had the same feeling," said Gosling.
Driven to love
Gosling character, known simply as the mysterious "Driver" is a Hollywood specialist who moonlights as a getaway driver for anyone who wants to hire their services and conduct a thorough knowledge of the streets of Los Angeles.
Live mostly solitary and transient, the pilot has a crush on her neighbor (played by Carey Mulligan), Irene, a mother whose husband is in prison.
When Irene's husband Standard (played by Oscar Isaac) is released from prison, the pilot decided to help the ex-con to clear his debts. But events take a wrong turn and the driver is in danger.
By Gosling "Drive", most of his characters to convey emotions through the eyes of thoughtful, because his character has very little dialogue.
"I do not think you need all this talk about the film. Sometimes it is easier to get the point across, if you do not say anything," said Gosling. "I had been, it (the dialogue) is on the way. So it was a relief to get that out, and people can sit back and do their own evaluation of what they think the signs are going through."
The film premiered at Cannes in May when Refn was named best director, and critics have so far been positive. Todd McCarthy called The Hollywood Reporter Gosling performance an "attempt to enter the iconic series of hard, controlled -. American film actors Steve McQueen, Clint Eastwood, Lee Marvin"
(Editing by Bob Say Eight tour)