The not-so-Oscar-worthy film feels more worthy of discussion than ‘Green Book’ or ‘Bohemian Rhapsody.’
Ryan Gosling stars as a very dour Neil Armstrong in Damien Chazelle's new film.
The actor is on the shortlist for the role, alongside Ryan Gosling and Ezra Miller.
Detroit's head coach would not tell reporters his favorite movie, so let's take some guesses.
The 'Blade Runner 2049' actor used to be one of the most promising talents around. Has he lost it?
Let the sound of Harrison Ford belly-laughing about Ryan Gosling's knitting habits heal and restore you.
The studio has apparently decided to award our collective patience with some honest-to-god plot information.
"That's the face of, 'Oh shit, I'm in deep doodoo,'" Ford said.
VICE sat down with Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, and director Denis Villeneuve to hear how watching the classic sci-fi film inspired them to get involved with the sequel.
VICE went behind the scenes of the film—touring the set with the director, designers, and producers to see how they brought the wild, futuristic world to life.
The short film takes place one year before the events of 'Blade Runner: 2049.'