The second trailer for Blade Runner 2049 is here and, as expected, it’s just undeniably beautiful.
Some things look familiar, some things look really different, and few things have changed a lot in this first tease from the sequel to Blade Runner.
The motley crew at Channel 955, one of Detroit's many pop stations, needed listeners to pay attention to them again, so they found themselves a fake Ryan Gosling and paraded him around the city to unsuspecting fans.
Despite "falling in love" with Detroit while filming a movie here, Ryan Gosling is not running for mayor of our troubled city, thus meaning residents will have to endure another four years of decidedly un-handsome leadership.
Every now and then, a Craiglist ad comes around that does more than just try to sell a product or score a random hookup with a complete stranger. Sometimes, Craigslist ads move us, and force us to become better people inside.
I have a confession: I hated Forza Horizon when I first played it. Something about the tone, from Axe Body Spray sponsored races to the presence of terrible dubstep on the radio, just kinda rubbed me the wrong way. But then something happened as I was driving around.
A Michigan woman is suing FilmDistrict Distribution LLC, the outfit that distributed Drive, and the theater where she watched said Ryan Gosling action-drama thriller, all because the trailer had made it seem like the movie was gonna be just like Fast and Furious (not the gun-trafficking operation but the street-racing…