If there’s one thing you should know about me, it’s that I’m a certified “Friend of Barbie,” according to the bright pink VHS tape “Barbie Birthday Party at Walt Disney World, EPCOT,” which I watched over and over in 1994 (and many, many more times as an adult to celebrate friends’ birthdays). I’ve been /Picture’s resident “Barbie” speculator since the casting announcements for Greta Gerwig and Margot Robbie’s “Barbie” film began to trickle out.
I was previously proven correct in my forecast that Simu Liu would play a Ken doll alongside Ryan Gosling’s Ken doll, and the confirmation has made me feel like Billy Madison did when he won the second-grade spelling bee. And now, Warner Bros. released our first glimpse at Ryan Gosling’s Ken, and life in plastic is surely lovely, my reader.
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Gosling’s Ken is seen wearing white-blonde hair, a perfectly hemmed denim vest with just enough fraying on the shoulders, pristine pressed matching denim jeans, abdominal muscles that look to have been sculpted out of hard, human plastic, and visible Calvin Klein-inspired underwear that reads, “Ken” while leaning against a hot pink pillar in what can only be assumed is Barbie’s Dreamhouse (but it could very well be the Malibu Beach House).
Who Is Ryan Gosling?
Ryan Thomas Gosling is a Canadian actor who was born on November 12, 1980. He is well-known for his work in independent films, but he is also known for his work in blockbuster blockbusters of many genres, with a worldwide box office gross of over 1.9 billion dollars.
He has won numerous awards throughout the course of his three-decade career, including a Golden Globe and an Independent Spirit Award. Two Academy Awards, a British Academy Film Award, and four Screen Actors Guild Awards have all been nominated for him.
He rose to notoriety as a child star on the Disney Channel’s The Mickey Mouse Club (1993–1995) when he was 13 years old, and went on to participate in various family entertainment series such as Are You Afraid of the Dark? (1995) and Goosebumps (1999).
His debut film role was as a Jewish neo-Nazi in The Believer (2001), and he went on to star in Murder by Numbers (2002), The Slaughter Rule (2002), and The United States of Leland, among others (2003).
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