Ryan Gosling is Kane in the new Barbie movie, and fans can’t believe the first look. In an image from Warner Bros. Pictures, the actor in a full Canadian tuxedo leans toward the building. All that denim is accentuated by a ton of tanned skin. Also worth noting is the fact that he bleached his hair to platinum blonde status. It’s the kind of excess you’d expect from a 1990s Barbie. Of course, literally dolling up one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood is bound to elicit some sort of backlash. Fans had a field day pointing out every single little piece of the image. (Calvin Klein underwear is such a funny and inspired touch.) For now, no one knows the plot of this movie. It won’t release until next July. But, Warner Bros. has created some buzz with this random post.
“Barbie is one of the most iconic franchises in the world and we’re excited to partner with Warner Bros. Pictures and Margot Robbie to bring it to life on the big screen,” wrote Mattel President and CEO Yoan Kreuz. Was declared. “We look forward to building on this collaboration with Warner Bros. Pictures as we tell the stories of our beloved brands. Mattel Films is well on its way to showcasing the enormous potential of our brand portfolio as we execute on our strategy for transformation.” Let’s continue. Mattel into an IP-powered, high-performance toy company.”
— Warner Bros. Pictures (@wbPictures) June 15, 2022
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we’re talking platinum
Everybody going to this camp is going to this camp and now they bleached Ryan Gosling’s hair and all of a sudden you want to get serious. The Netflix Originals section is waiting for you
— beanie (@andthejets) June 15, 2022
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If you feel the urge to update me about the Barbie movie, I already know tea before I know tea. I’ve already processed Ryan Gosling photos for a thousand lifetimes.
— Trixie Mattel™ (@trixiemattel) June 15, 2022
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