Ontarians offer John Cleese a home after losing his Airbnb

Comedian John Cleese is traveling to Canada to shoot his latest film. After announcing on Twitter that he had lost the Airbnb where he planned to stay, Ontarians are now offering their home to the British actor.

Cleese, who is best known as the co-founder of comedy group Monty Python, took to Twitter Monday to ask if anyone in Hunstville, Ont., Had a place they could rent while they shoot. his film. According to his tweet, the Airbnb he booked gave the house to someone else while keeping the money he paid for it.

“Does anyone in Huntsville, Ontario have a nice place that I can rent to live while I make a movie,” he wrote. “Airbnb took our money but now says they gave our house to someone else. “

And in just a few hours, Cleese received dozens of offers from Ontarians saying he could stay at home in the area. Some even sent the actor photos of their homes or views of the lake he could get if he stayed there.

Airbnb also responded to the tweet, offering to help Cleese resolve the issue.

According to Cleese, all of the hotels he had visited in the area were full, so after the deluge of helpful rental suggestions, he sent his thanks to the people of Ontario.

While Cleese hasn’t said what exactly he was working on, it’s likely Cut the painter, which IMDB says is about a man named Harry (played by Cleese) who retires to a small Canadian town. The film is in pre-production and is slated for release in 2022.

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