in plastic barbieland, life is pink Everything from homes and vehicles to matching sets of clothing barbie If it is in pastel tones mixed with fuchsia, then in harmony with the wonderful days of its inhabitants.
directed by el taquilazo Greta Gerwig, Thief margot robbie like muneca de matel y Ryan Gosling as your lover Ken It takes us to a universe called Barbieland, with scenes from our childhood, rock cardboard decorations and practical effects. It should come as no surprise that, as Robbie has pointed out in multiple interviews, anyone who sets foot on this set becomes infected with the Barbie fantasy.
At CinemaCon, actresses and producers will reveal which of their film teams shot in nearby studios fast and furiousx, He appeared in a menudo echer un vistazzo: “I have never seen so many grown men looking for an excuse to go to a plateau. It was a dopamine kick. The Estabas are happy this time and all the days pass by.
There, that brings us to most of the behind-the-scenes photos that have now been shared on the official account barbie On the swing, a gallery where we see the film crew dedicated to the magic of Barbieland.
“Special delivery from Barbieland! Take a look at these jewels behind the camera Barbie”.
In the album, we see Gerwig reenacting a scene from Barbie’s Dreamhouse rolling on a toboggan, the ‘Barbies’ take off Margot’s character before heading out into the real world (Greta dares her to do piñata), Robbie and Gosling on a snowmobile is in transition with a siren act in scenes from Barbieland to Los Angeles or Dua Lipa.
One of the most tender pictures we show the director next Rhea Perlman, who plays the role of creator of barbie Ruth Handler. We can also see Gerwig in a Chulesque pose next to Gosling and shooting the last scene of the film with Margot Robbie. Undoubtedly, life in plastic is wonderful.
¿Hajo Barbieland, el casa de barbie?
Greta Gerwig insisted during the film’s promotional tour that I didn’t want to abuse CGI. Barbie. So, he was inspired by the special effects of 50s cinema for his Stone Cardboard Barbieland, with the intention being to make the set look like it was taken from the toys of our childhood.
Also, I assigned the fuchsia running set Sarah Greenwood and Katie Spencer (pride and Prejudice or Anna Karenina), Who designed buildings inspired by modernist Palm Springs mansions and hand-painted backgrounds. The director, on the other hand, left Barbie’s wardrobe and the rest of her characters in the hands of an Oscar-winning designer. Jacqueline Durran, who collaborated with women. Welcome to the pink paradise that even the ‘Toretto Family’ couldn’t resist.
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