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Submitted by alycakes 891d ago | image

8 Character Banners for Gangster Squad Featuring Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, and Sean Penn

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A batch of character banners for director Ruben Fleischer’s (Zombieland) upcoming crime drama Gangster Squad has been released. The movie is set in 1940s Los Angeles and stars Sean Penn as real-life gangster Mickey Cohen, who became the target of special task force known as the “Gangster Squad”. All of the characters get to look super cool and/or badass in their own character banners here except for poor Giovanni Ribisi, who’s left fiddling with a film canister for some reason. It seems like forever ago that the film’s release was pushed back in the wake of this summer’s theater shootings, but the pic will finally hit theaters in a couple of months. (Cinema, The Gangster Squad)

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alycakes  +   891d ago
Great cast in this movie...looks like it's going to be a good movie.

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