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Dunst and Gosling Take a Walk in the Park for 'All Good Things'



Above is an on-set glimpse of Kirsten Dunst and Ryan Gosling in their upcoming film, All Good Things. The actors were filming scenes in New York City's Carl Schurz Park, and you can check out a bunch of photos over at Just Jared.

As Jessica explained in January when Dunst signed on, the film focuses on two star-crossed loves, Gosling and Dunst. He's a rich young man, and she's a girl from the wrong side of the tracks. She goes missing, and "a sleazy detective begins to uncover information that could bring our golden boy to his knees." (The lovely Jeffrey Dean Morgan is playing the detective.)

The more I see Gosling's work, the more I appreciate it, though I can't help but wonder if pairing him with Dunst is a huge mistake. Then again, maybe he can pull a performance out of her that's reminiscent of the good old days. (I hope, I really hope, because this movie sounds cool.) At the very least, there's a number of great co-stars -- Kristen Wiig, Frank Langella, Diane Venora, Phillip Baker Hall, and more are on the roster.

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