Ryan Gosling: Ken in “Barbie,” has “No Money, No Job, No Car, No House!”

Ryan Gosling: Ken in "Barbie," has "No Money, No Job, No Car, No House!"

According to Ryan Gosling, Ken in “Barbie,” has “No Money, No Job, No Car, No House.”

The Ken doll played by Ryan Gosling in the upcoming “Barbie” film isn’t exactly living the good life.

In comparison to his hunted spy character in Netflix’s “The Gray Man,” Ryan Gosling claims that Ken in “Barbie” is going through a much harsher life.

Gosling said, “I suppose the life of ‘Ken’ is even harder than the life of ‘Gray Man’.” Ken lacks all necessary resources: money, a job, a car, and a home. He is experiencing some things.

Gosling’s tease would lend credence to claims that the “Barbie” script by Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach is a comedy about two characters who become lost in the real world—Ken Gosling’s and Margot Robbie’s titular figure. Without any of his possessions, Ken seems like he might lose them.

Gosling intentionally left the details of the movie unclear, saying only “It’s not what you think it is until it is.” Then you already know what it is, but I don’t believe that’s what you think it to be. What exactly are we discussing?

The actor recently revealed one tale clue in an interview with Entertainment Tonight, despite the fact that plot specifics for the upcoming film are still being kept a secret.

Gosling joked that Mattel would “box me up” if he revealed even a single detail about the top-secret project because he was not permitted to discuss “Barbie” in public.

A few of the supporting players in “Barbie” are America Ferrera, Simu Liu, Kate McKinnon, Alexandra Shipp, Emma Mackey, Kingsley Ben-Adir, Issa Rae, and Michael Cera, and others. Many Barbie and Ken figures are reported to have a role in the story, so fans aren’t just hoping to see Ryan Gosling’s Ken.

In an earlier statement, Liu characterized “Barbie” as “wild” and “very distinctive,” adding, “I wish I could just show you what we do day-to-day because it’s crazy.” Although there is plenty of dance practices for the movie, the movie is not a musical, according to Liu.

The movie “Barbie” from Warner Bros. will debut on July 21, 2023

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