Hey girl, now you can have Ryan Gosling in your home anytime, day or night.
In celebration of Valentine's Day, Time Warner Cable is making eight of the Oscar-nominated actor's films available On Demand for all of February. LA Weekly reports that for prices between $1.99 and $4.99, viewers can instantly order some of Gosling's biggest hits, including his three 2011 movies: "Drive," "The Ides of March" and "Crazy, Stupid, Love," the latter two of which earned him Golden Globe nominations.
Also including in the Gosling line-up are "Remember the Titans," "Murder By Numbers," "Fracture," and "Lars and the Real Girl." But the one film for which he was nominated for an Oscar, "Half Nelson," is not available and "Blue Valentine," the drama with Michelle Williams that earned her an Oscar nomination, is also missing.
Still, fans of the actor will likely not be disappointed by the all Gosling, all the time opportunity.
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