It’s just Barbie who lives in the… real world?
The new trailer for the movie “Barbie”, directed by Greta Gerwig, which was released this Thursday, May 25, offers the first full look at Barbie (Margot Robbie) and Ken (Ryan Gosling) leaving Barbie Land to explore the “real world”. “. “. Let’s go ahead and say today is “the best day ever!”
The best day until Barbie appears to have an existential crisis in all her glory.
Image from the movie “Barbie” (Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures)
“Something happened that could be reported,” Barbie tells her friends, adding that she experienced a “cold shower” and fell off the roof, instead of floating like normal.
And this is not the worst.
“And my shoes… are on the floor,” Barbie tells her Barbie friends, who scream at the sight of Barbie’s flat feet. It’s pandemonium, and it’s hilarious.
When Barbie tries to solve this problem, her first stop is to see “Fate Barbie”, played by Kate McKinnon, who tells her that she must go to the “real world”.
“Either you can go back to your life, or you can learn the truth about the universe,” Rare Barbie says, making Barbie choose between the pink heeled path and the human Birkenstock path.
Kate McKinnon in “Barbie” (Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures)
And so begins Barbie’s journey with Ken through the world. “Barbie in the real world? It’s impossible,” says a man named Gloria, played by America Ferrera.
As Cass Elliot’s “The Right Kind of Music” plays in the background, clips of Barbie’s journey around the world are shown. We see Barbie arrested, Ken trying to perform an appendectomy on a human, and Barbie being run over by the villainous Mattel CEO Will Farrell, who is desperate to get her “back in to put the box
This Thursday it was also announced that among the artists who are on the soundtrack of the film are Dua Lipa, Lizzo, Haim, Tame Impala, Nicki Minaj, Karol G and one of the stars of the film, Ryan Gosling whose musical number has not appeared in the world. follow Producer and DJ Mark Ronson is a music producer and producer.
The movie “Barbie” will hit theaters on July 21.