Is she only a Barbie doll who resides in… the real world?
We’re going to go ahead and call today “the best day ever” since the new trailer for the Greta Gerwig-directed “Barbie” movie debuted on Thursday, delivers the first comprehensive look at Barbie (Margot Robbie) and Ken (Ryan Gosling) leaving Barbie Land to explore the “real world.”
That is until a fully-fledged existential crisis is witnessed in Barbie.
“Some things have been happening that might be related,” Barbie says to her pals, adding that she’s experienced a “cold shower” and falling off her roof instead of her usual float.
The worst thing is not even that.
“And my heels… are on the ground,” Barbie says to her Barbie friends, who shriek and gasp at the sight of Barbie’s flat feet. It’s pandemonium, and it’s hilarious.
To fix this issue, Barbie first visits Kate McKinnon’s “Weird Barbie,” who advises her to enter the “real world.”
“You can go back to your regular life, or you can know the truth about the universe,” Weird Barbie says, as she lets Barbie choose the path of the pink pump or the course of the human Birkenstock sandal.
So starts Barbie and Ken’s trip into the real world. Barbie in a real-world setting? Gloria, a character played by America Ferrera, exclaims, “That’s impossible.”
The Hollywood Report tweeted that An all-new trailer for #BarbieMovie has been released, featuring a first-listen for Nicki Minaj’s new ‘Barbie World’ song. You can see below:
— The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) May 25, 2023
Barbie’s clumsy exploration of the outside world is presented in clips as “Make Your Kind of Music” by Cass Elliots plays in the background. Barbie is seen being jailed, Ken attempting to operate on a human appendix, and Barbie evading the evil Will Farrell-played CEO of Mattel, who is determined to put her “back in a box.”
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On Thursday, it was also revealed that Dua Lipa, Lizzo, Haim, Tame Impala, Nicki Minaj, and one of the film’s stars, Ryan Gosling, would all be included on the soundtrack. However, Ryan Gosling’s musical performance did not appear to be featured in the teaser. The soundtrack’s executive music producer is DJ and producer Mark Ronson.
On July 21, the film “Barbie” will be released in cinemas.
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