Welcome to the Barbie land, the place the whole lot is pink and vibrant and blissful till it is not. In the primary trailer of Greta Gerwig’s Barbie film, strolling, speaking Barbie doll Margot Robbie provides us a tour of her fabulous world the place the whole lot is picture-perfect – they’re all taking part in and dancing round. “That is one of the best day ever. So was yesterday and so is tomorrow,” says Margot Robbie. Little does she know what life has in retailer for her. One wonderful day, she realises that her heels are on the bottom ( simply Barbie land issues). She is then given a alternative – to return to her common life or know the reality concerning the universe – she picks the previous (nearly). After a lot ado, Barbie enters the actual world with Ken (Ryan Gosling) by her facet.
The actual world isn’t how Barbie pictured it to be – stares from individuals, uncomfortable conditions, punches, mugshots, dramatic chase sequences. To sum it up, it’ll be one helluva trip. The makers wrote within the trailer, “In the event you love Barbie, this film is for you. In the event you hate Barbie, this film is for you.”
Take a look at the trailer of Barbie right here:
Sharing the trailer, Warner Bros’ Instagram web page’s caption learn, “Large blowout social gathering. Deliberate choreography. New Barbie Film Trailer. Directed by Greta Gerwig and starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling, Watch it solely in cinemas on July 21.”
The movie additionally stars Dua Lipa, Simu Liu, Ariana Greenblatt, Michael Cera and Emma Mackey amongst others.
The primary teaser of the movie launched final 12 months and it created a variety of buzz. The video paid homage to the long-lasting scene from Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A House Odyssey. The movie’s director Greta Gerwig took a leaf from the “Daybreak of Man” sequence from the 1968 movie. The trailer showcased younger ladies taking part in with their child dolls accompanied by Helen Mirren’s voiceover: “Because the starting of time, for the reason that first little lady ever existed, there have been dolls. However the dolls had been all the time and without end child dolls till…” Enter Barbie.
Barbie will hit the theatres on July 21. The movie will conflict with one other massive Hollywood undertaking on the field workplace – Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer, that includes Robert Downey Jr, Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, James Remar, Cillian Murphy, Gary Oldman, David Krumholtz, Florence Pugh and Kenneth Branagh amongst different stars.