Time Warner offers Ryan Gosling fans their fix during February
Ryan Gosling may have been snubbed by Oscar voters this awards season, but the actor is being honored this month in a populist way.
For the entire month of February, Time Warner Cable has decided to offer eight of Gosling's films to its On Demand subscribers. Want a little shirtless R.Gos? Go for "Crazy, Stupid, Love." How about a heftier and uh, quirkier Ryan? "Lars and the Real Girl" it is. And for those still hoping he'll dump Eva Mendes and reunite with Rachel McAdams? Well, there's "The Notebook." Obviously.
A spokeswoman for the cable company said they thought the Gosling promotion would serve as a good tie-in to the recent release of his crime thriller "Drive." The films featuring the actor — which also include "The Ides of March," "Fracture," "Murder by Numbers" and "Remember the Titans" — will be available to subscribers for $1.99 to $4.99 through Feb. 27.
— Amy Kaufman
Photo: Ryan Gosling stars in "Crazy Stupid Love." Credit: Warner Bros.