And the cast for Director Nicholas Winding Refn’s (Bronson) upcoming film, Drive, keeps on getting better and better. Over the past couple of weeks we’ve reported that the director has lined up Ryan Gosling, Bryan Cranston, Carey Mulligan, Oscar Isaac, and Albert Brooks to star in his latest film, in which Gosling is “a stunt driver who moonlights as a getaway driver that gets in over his head.” Now, Variety reports that Christina Hendricks (Mad Men) will join the cast, too.
There’s no word on what role Hendricks will play in the film, but you can next see the very talented and gorgeous actress in this October’s Life as We Know It; she’s also currently attached to star in Detachment. Drive, meanwhile, starts production this fall and will be released sometime next year.
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This actually looks awesome.
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