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Among the new projects of Ryan Gosling is a film directed by David Leitch and as yet untitled in which the actor will play a stuntman.

What if Ryan Gosling was a little jealous of the flights and jumps into the void of Tom Cruise? We do not know, in the meantime, however, the actor, who we last saw at the cinema in 2018 in First Man of Damien Chazelle, he decided to play none other than a stuntman. The film doesn’t have a title or a plot yet, but it does have a director, David Leitch, who in addition to having directed a series of films that are decidedly adrenaline or otherwise animated (John Wick, Atomic Blonde, Hobbs & Shaw), he began by being his own stuntman. Who better than him, therefore, to tell the courage of those who risk their lives on a set every day? The script, however, is by Drew Pearce, to which we owe Iron Man 3 e Hobbs & Shaw. Universal is linked to the film, which has not yet communicated a start date.

The film with Gosling stuntman is not the only project to which the actor is linked, who will be the protagonist of the new one The Wolfman, which will return to the space directed by Phil Lord e Chris Miller and who will duet with Chris Evans in The Gray Man, of the brothers Russo. As for David Leitch, we look forward to his Bullet Train, l’action con Brad Pitt based on a Japanese novel.



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