Yahoo! Movies has delivered an early Christmas present for fans of Ryan Gosling with the release of the first trailer for the upcoming crime drama The Place Beyond the Pines, which reteams the actor with acclaimed director Derek Cianfrance, who helmed the 2010 romantic drama Blue Valentine.
The Place Beyond the Pines tells the story of professional motorcycle stunt rider Luke (Gosling) who takes up a life of crime in order to provide for his newborn son. However, when Luke crosses paths with rookie cop Avery Cross (Bradley Cooper; Silver Linings Playbook), their violent confrontation spirals into a tense multi-generational feud that will come to haunt the lives of their teenage sons some fifteen years later.
Gosling and Cooper are joined in the cast of The Place Beyond the Pines by Bruce Greenwood (Star Trek Into Darkness), Eva Mendes (Holy Motors), Rose Byrne (X-Men: First Class), Ben Mendelsohn (The Dark Knight Rises »
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