Eva Mendes has the sweetest reaction to Ryan Gosling as Ken 2 months ago

Eva Mendes has the sweetest reaction to Ryan Gosling as Ken

How cute.

Eva Mendes has just given the cutest reaction to her partner Ryan Gosling's transformation into Ken for the highly anticipated Barbie film.

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Ryan broke the internet yesterday after a photo was released of the actor in his role in the upcoming film.

The 41 year old caused chaos online when the first official photo was released, and while some fans had a thing or two to say about his look, Eva only had good things to say.

Reposting the snap on her own Instagram page, Eva raved: "So. F. Funny. So. F. Good. So F excited for you to see this", before adding the hashtag: "#Thatsmyken".

Going full Ken doll, Ryan was seen donning platinum blonde hair, denim jeans and a matching open vest, and in typical Barbie fashion, he was also seen wearing white "KEN" boxers under his trousers.

 

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Eva and Ryan have been together now since 2011, and they share two children together, Esmeralda and Amada.

The two are yet to be married but after more than 10 years together, they seem stronger than ever which each being each other's biggest supporter.

Warner Bros. has announced that its highly-anticipated live action Barbie movie starring Margot Robbie is coming next summer.

Last month, an image shared to social media by Warner Bros., where Marogt can be seen sitting in a pink convertible, flashing a smile, and donning a polka dot headband.

The film, landing in US cinemas on 21 July 2023, also features a star-studded supporting cast including Will Ferrell, Emma Mackey, America Ferrera and of course Ryan Gosling as the dreamy Ken.

The joint project between Warner Bros and Mattel is set to be directed by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Greta Gerwig.

Plot details have been kept under wraps so far but Robbie previously hinted that we might be pleasantly surprised by the movie.

"We like the things that feel a little left of centre. Something like Barbie where the intellectual property, the name itself… people immediately have an idea of, ‘Oh, Margot is playing Barbie, I know what that is.

"But our goal is to be like: ‘Whatever you’re thinking, we’re going to give you something totally different - the thing you didn’t know you wanted.'"

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