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This week, after Ryan McHenry (of "Ryan Gosling Won't Eat His Cereal" fame) was diagnosed with cancer and had to put his feature film on hold to start treatment, Vine users started an Indiegogo account cleverly titled "Ryan McHenry Won't Eat His Cancer", in hopes of helping Ryan resume his film, Zombie Musical, as he gets better (he lives in the UK, so his chemotherapy is free.) Perks include Vines, Skype calls and dinner dates from the likes of Vine celebs Meagan Cignoli, Nick Mastadon, Andy Milonakis, Jerome Jarre, KC James and more.
This week in Vines also featured some pretty impressive stunts, a pitch-perfect Morgan Freeman impression, and a pup full of attitude. Let's take a look!
The Top 6 of the Week, In Our Opinion:
#weloveryan, by Charlie Love
Charlie Love makes a Vine in support of McHenry, where "The Ryans" (Gosling and McHenry) fight the bad guy (cancer).
#butthatbackfliptho, by KingBach
Backflips are always cool, even under mugging circumstances.
Albert Einstein, by Ian Padgham
Ian Padgham wows us, as always, with this speed-sketch of the icon.
Born to be Wild, by Rob Johnston
Whether he actually held up traffic or somehow coordinated with the drivers so they'd honk at him at the right time, this is dedication in its purest form.
#howto #Vine Split, by Jethro Ames
Jethro Ames manually creates the classic split screen, even if does take twice as long.
The White Story 2, by Meagan Cignoli
Meagan goes meta and does a parody of her own Vine of designer Valentina Kova's work.
The Week In Celebrity Vines:
OH NO, by Tyler, the Creator
Who knew the guy who created "Yonkers" could be so goofy?
All Day, by Josh Peck
This former child star is the #1 Viner on the internet, and is constantly sharing his antics on Twitter.
Morgan Freeman Narrates Himself: Breakfast, by Frank Caliendo
Someone needs to make this a real show.
And The Most Popular Vine Of The Week Is...
Amazing entrance and pose, by Nate Villegas
Was this staged? How does one teach a dog to be this cool?