You've probably heard that Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams might be back together. Granted, his breakup with Eva Mendes remains unconfirmed. The Gosling/McAdams reconciliation remains unconfirmed. Everything is unconfirmed. Everything, that is, but the objective truth that Gosling and McAdams will always love each other. You can feel it. Like, even when they're not in a movie together, you can totally tell they're thinking about one another. Or, at least I can. I'm not a body language expert, but I am aces at reading into any and every face people make. Is it a healthy practice? Probably not. But I do it anyway.
In order to get answers about Gosling/McAdams, I've done quite a bit of sleuthing and investigating. I'm wiped out. But you know what? All of my evidence proves that Gosling and McAdams were always meant to be together/always in love/always thinking about each other, so it was worth it. GIFs don't lie, my friend. GIFs don't lie.
"In character" or "moping about Rachel McAdams?" The answer is "both":
Who else smiles this angelically other than Ryan Gosling's soulmate?! Her smile is so pure and brilliant because she is forever linked to Gosling:
Like, I dare anyone to try smiling like McAdams. Guess what? No one else can pull it off. You know why? Because there is only one Gosling soul mate:
When McAdams delivers this line in The Time Traveler's Wife, she's OBVIOUSLY thinking about Gosling. You can sense it:
The way his brow is furrowed suggests he's concentrating on writing a song that properly captures the beauty and majesty of his bond with McAdams:
And finally, who better to be together than two birds disguised as humans?: