Interesting and something different was seen when actor Ryan Gosling filmed his bank robbery scene for the movie “The Place Beyond The Pines” in a real bank. He was surrounded by real customers, reports the Inquisitr on April 7, 2013.
Gosling told that he wanted to face the real fun of the action to be shot for the movie. Thus, the film crew thought to use real people for filming the bank robbery scene. , real scenes shot
Just getting a realistic shot wasn’t the only reason for filming the movie in the real bank. Gosling always fantasized about being a criminal and robbing a bank.
Although the film shot was taken just in one go, but they didn’t receive the effect they were seeking. Gosling told that many customers recognized him and with a smile started clicking pictures. Ryan Gosling Movie Bank Robbery
Digital Spy reported that the actor told them that he was there with a gun and he looked down and he saw that the people were smiling.
They seemed to enjoy the show and he further thinks that he had spotted someone filming him on their camera phone as he robbed the place.
Inquisitr quoted Gosling saying: “I’ve been thinking about a bank robbery my whole life [too], and I finally got to do it. I loved making this movie. Initially, I just thought I got to rob banks on a bike, but actually it goes much, much deeper than that.”