With the highly anticipated live-action film “Barbie” set to release on July 21, Ryan Gosling, playing Ken, offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for two lucky guests to experience a stay in the newly renovated Malibu DreamHouse, infused with his unique “Kendom” style.
Starting Monday, July 17 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time, fans can book Ken's DreamHouse on Airbnb for an unforgettable experience, complete with rollerblades and more.
“Barbie is known for her dreams, and now it's my turn to bring my own dreams to life,” says Ken. “I can't wait to welcome guests to this one-of-a-Ken retreat and share in the magic of the Malibu DreamHouse.”
In celebration of the upcoming “Barbie” film, directed by Greta Gerwig and featuring a star-studded cast including Margot Robbie, Gosling, America Ferrara, Kate McKinnon, Issa Rae, Rhea Perlman and Will Ferrell, Ken enthusiastically embraces the hosting role for this partnership with Airbnb.
Located in the sunny paradise of Malibu, the oceanfront mansion provides breathtaking panoramic views, serving as the perfect backdrop for Ken's picture-plastic paradise.
Guests can book Ken's bedroom for two individual one-night stays on July 21 and July 22, accommodating up to two guests each night.
Best of all, these stays are entirely free, as Ken believes it's impossible to put a price on Barbie's Malibu DreamHouse — after all, he's all about the beach, not math!
During their DreamHouse stay, guests can explore Ken's extensive wardrobe; channel their inner cowboy with line dancing on Ken's outdoor disco dance floor or serenade the sunset with Ken's guitar; engage in a friendly “beach off” competition; and take home a piece of the Kendom with their own set of yellow-and-pink Impala rollerblades and surfboards.
Anyone can book a stay at Ken's room, provided they make their own travel arrangements to and from Malibu, USA. Specific details on how to do this are available via airbnb.com.
In line with this partnership, Airbnb will also make a one-time donation to Save the Children, which provides learning resources and support to children, families, and communities in over 100 countries, focusing on building girls' confidence and helping them excel in school to ensure equal opportunities for success.
“Barbie,” the live-action film, opens on July 21.
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