Barbie, the popular doll, is finally getting her own live-action movie. The trailer for the upcoming movie has been released and fans are excited to see Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling take on the iconic roles.
Margot Robbie will be playing the role of Barbie, while Ryan Gosling will be playing the role of Ken. Robbie, known for her roles in “The Wolf of Wall Street,” “Suicide Squad,” and “I, Tonya,” is a talented actress who has the ability to bring depth and complexity to her characters.
On the other hand, Gosling, known for his roles in “La La Land,” “Drive,” and “The Notebook,” is a charismatic actor who has a natural charm and screen presence.
The trailer for the Barbie movie is a visual treat, featuring stunning visuals and a glamorous setting.
The trailer begins with a shot of a pink convertible driving down a winding road. We then see Margot Robbie, dressed in a pink outfit, walking towards a pink mansion. Inside the mansion, we see Ryan Gosling, dressed in a white suit, playing the piano.
The trailer gives us a glimpse of the glamorous world of Barbie and Ken, with shots of extravagant parties, fashion shows, and luxurious settings.
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The trailer also hints at the theme of the movie, which seems to be about embracing individuality and being true to oneself. At one point in the trailer, Barbie says, “I don’t want to be perfect. I want to be me.”
This message is in line with the values that the Barbie doll represents, which is all about empowering young girls to be confident and believe in themselves.
The release of the trailer has generated a lot of buzz on social media, with fans expressing their excitement and anticipation for the movie. Many fans have praised the casting of Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling, with some saying that they are the perfect actors to bring the iconic characters to life.
The visuals of the trailer have also been praised, with many fans admiring the glamorous and stylish setting. The movie Barbie has been set to hit theaters in the US on July 21, 2023.