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The Hollywood premiere of the mob movie is also attended by the likes of Sean Penn, Josh Brolin, Mireille Enos, Nick Nolte and Giovanni Ribsi among others.
The mob thriller has been rescheduled to hit cinemas on January 11, 2013, the same day when Jeremy Renner's 'Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters' opens nationwide.
It has been reported that Warner Bros. Pictures is planning some reshoots soon and eyeing a January 11 U.S. release date for the mob film.
Words are, Warners' execs will hold a meeting on Monday, July 23 to discuss the possible changes to the Ryan Gosling-starring mob film following the 'Dark Knight Rises' shooting tragedy.
It so happens that one of the scenes in 'Gangster Squad' shows several shooters firing into a movie theater audience.
Gosling joins Josh Brolin to take down mafia boss Penn, who runs all the illegal businesses in 1949's Los Angeles just after the World War II.
The freshly released still of the crime drama movie features Brolin's John O'Mara looking furious while pointing a revolver at Penn's Mickey Cohen, who doesn't seem to be frightened at all.
The 'Crazy, Stupid, Love.' leading lady reportedly is offered by her co-star to join the crime movie because they have bonded during the filming of their comedy movie.