Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe Seek Counseling in Hilarious ‘Nice Guys’ Webisodes
This is a bit of marketing brilliance.
Imagine if two major stars of an upcoming movie needed couples therapy before they headed out for the film’s global press tour.
That’s exactly what Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe, who are starring in the soon-to-be-released crime comedy The Nice Guys, are doing because, let’s face it, they’ve got things to work out. Like the fact Crowe has anger issues or that Gosling travels around with all this stuff with his face on it (a chair, for example). Oh, and the hilarious Melissa Rauch (The Big Bang Theory) is their therapist.
Please watch these crazy funny viral webisodes, released by Warner Bros. as part of the film’s marketing campaign.
It all just further cements the fact Gosling and Crowe were born to be in a movie together. In ’70s-set The Nice Guys, the boys plays a private investigator and hired enforcer, respectively, who reluctantly team up to look into the death of a porn star.
The Nice Guys opens in theaters on May 20.