The video was recorded as a tribute to Ryan McHenry who became famous with the videos where Ryan Gosling looked like he was refusing to eat cereal. The video was recorded as a tribute to Ryan McHenry who became famous
In response to one of Ryan’s fan video, famous actor recorded a video where he finally eats his cereal.
The video was recorded as a tribute to Ryan McHenry who became famous with the videos where Ryan Gosling looked like he was refusing to eat cereal.
In his own video, famous actor pours cornflakes into a bowl, adds milk and then raises his spoon and eats cereal willingly.
A 27-year-old McHenry died during the weekend. Since 2013, he used videos of his favorite celebrity to show how he fought with cancer.
Millions of people have watched his videos. Gosling gave comments on the videos saying he did like cereal. As soon as Hollywood actor heard that his fan died of osteosarcoma, Gosling agreed to shoot a video for his fan. He also wrote on his Twitter account that he felt really lucky to had been a part of McHenry’s life. He also said that his heart went out to his family and friends.
The idea of recording videos with famous star came to McHenry when he was eating his cereal while watching Gosling’s hit film ‘Drive’. He fulfilled this idea by holding a spoon with cereal in front of the screen so that it actually looked like the star refused to eat.
A 29-year-old McHenry’s friend, Naysun Alae-Carew, said that the video Gosling shot was the best send-off for all family. She also said that those videos were the only thing that McHenry constantly talked about.
When Ryan Gosling finally acknowledged the vines, his fan was really happy about that. A family of McHenry thinks that those vines were just created to make people laugh. But when Gosling responded by recording his own vine, they all realized what effect Ryan McHenry had on the world.
Recording the video was not the only thing Gosling did for his fan. Together with his friends, he created a page for raising money for other people who suffer from cancer. The page was set up in Ryan McHenry’s memory.