Eva Mendes has joined Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper in The Place Beyond the Pines with Greta Gerwig in Talks to co-star. Derek Cianfrance’s follow-up to Blue Valentine stars Gosling as a biker-turned-bank-robber and Cooper as a cop-turned-politician in the multi-generational crime drama. Deadline reports that Mendes will play the robber’s love interest and mother of his child while Gerwig would play the politician’s wife. Filming begins next month.
Mendes recently co-starred in The Other Guys and Last Night. She was in the running for the remake of Total Recall, but I think missing out on that film to do this one is a positive outcome. As for Gerwig, she’s set to star opposite Joel Kinnaman in the indie romantic comedy Lola Versus.
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