We've seen the whole barbie movie on Twitter and it's not even out yet

Jul 6, 2022 0 comments


I suppose you’ve seen at least one to three (or more) behind-the-scenes clips or photos from the new Barbie movie on your Twitter timeline, right? Admit it or not, the whole world can’t contain their excitement for Greta Gerwig’s Barbie (2023), and it shows.

After the official photos of Margot Robbie as Barbie, and Ryan Gosling as Ken, went viral on the internet, netizens, especially Twitter users, didn’t hold back in sharing new sneak-peeks from the Barbie’s film set day after day for several weeks now. Some people even jokingly say, “if you want to watch the new Barbie film, just go to Twitter.”

But the thing is, some netizens are not feeling good about it. Some say that sharing these sneak-peeks from the film has got to stop and even dubbed Barbie the first movie to ever premiere on Twitter (LOL). Still, many people believe that it’s just a way of promoting the film.

So far, here's what we know about the live-action film adaptation of the iconic Mattel doll, Barbie. 

Barbie: Get to know the casts

According to Cosmopolitan, it’s officially confirmed that the new Doctor Who star, Ncuti Gatwa, and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ Simu Liu will play other versions of Ken. Issa Rae of Insecure and Hari Nef of Transparent are set to play other Barbies.


Meanwhile, Will Ferrell will play the CEO of a toy company. The rest of the cast consists of: Kate McKinnon, Emma Mackey (aka Margot’s long lost twin), America Ferrera, Michael Cera, Alexandra Shipp, Kingsley Ben-Adir, Rhea Perlman, Emerald Fennell, Sharon Rooney, Ariana Greenblatt, and Jamie Demetriou.


What’s the story of Greta Gerwig’s Barbie?


Being directed by the Academy Award nominee Greta Gerwig, this live-adaptation film will surely bring another twist and viewpoints in the life of Barbie. Recognized for her amazing coming-of-age films like “LadyBird” (2017) and “Little Women” (2019), Gerwig will definitely bring us something that we thought we never needed to see in a film until it’s being served to us.


The script is also co-written by Gerwig, along with her partner Noah Baumbach, who recently wrote and directed the Oscar-nominated, “Marriage Story” (2019). As of now, there are still no plot details roaming around the internet that have been confirmed. However, it is rumored that several Barbie and Ken characters may factor into the plot.


Sneak-peaks from Barbie


This might contain a bit of a spoiler, so read at your own risk!

Here, we can see director Greta Gerwig wearing a powder-pink jumpsuit to match Barbie's outfit. They're so cool with this! Nobody's doing it like Greta Gerwig, indeed. 


Yeehaw! Now here, we can see the whole pink cowboy outfit of Barbie and Ken, also wearing those twinning white cowboy hats and pink neckerchiefs! From their cowboy outfits, to their beach-blond hair, these looks are absolutely STUNNING!


Ofcourse Barbie can rock those roller skates. Here, we can see Margot Robbie and America Ferrera roller skating on the set, and you can hear Robbie’s much-awaited Barbie voice!


Who cannot forget the actor and comedian, Will Ferrell? Him being in Barbie is giving 2000's rowdy and silly movie vibes for real, can’t wait!


Barbie and Ken literally embodied the “there’s no such thing as too much neon” statement with these neon explosions from head to toe. Kudos to Oscar-winning costume designer Jacqueline Durran for this amazing wardrobe. According to Variety, Gerwig has teamed up with her “Little Women” costume designer (Durran) to bring Barbie and her neon world to life.

Here we can see how Barbie fights a handsy character while roller skating with Ken. Margot Robbie is our Barbie who can fight! Go, girl! 

Right now, even if Twitter ends up spoiling the whole Barbie film in the timeline, for sure, people are still going to watch this film no matter what. It’s a Barbie world, trust the power of Barbie.

Barbie’s official release date (in the US) is July 21, 2023. Stay tuned for more updates!

━━ Written By  Karla Maginit


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