We have arrived at the most anticipated week of the year! Barbie will appear in cinemas next Thursday, July 20 – along with Christopher Nolan’s famous “Barbenheimer”. Starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling in the roles of Barbie and Ken, the film is the first live-action version of the famous Mattel doll.
In the plot, Robbie’s Barbie loses her attraction to Barbielandia after going through an existential crisis (which, by the way, is perfectly represented in the film!). with it, barbie gymnast, or funny barbieplayed by Kate McKinnon, advises her to go out into the real world to solve her problems. Until, upon arriving there with Ken, Doll realizes that things are very different from what she imagined – and she has to deal with it.
AdoroCinema flew out to Los Angeles to talk to lead characters Margot Robbie and Ryan, director Greta Gerwig, Kate McKinnon, Michael Cera and Issa Rae, who star in Barbieland, and America Ferrera, the human who stands in the feature.
The doll played by Margot is named “the stereotypical Barbie” in the film, a classic that pervades toy stores around the world: blonde, perfect bodied and beautiful! in an interview with I love moviesMargot Robbie revealed that she adopted all of the doll stereotypes in order to identify herself as something that isn’t so cool.
For Greta, Barbie’s main message is to forget the beauty standards set by Barbie and make people feel good and worthy. Margot, W…
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