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Birkenstocks? More Stilettos? New ‘Barbie’ Trailer Gets Real

In the new trailer for the movie “Barbie”, Barbie questions everything.

The official (feature film) Barbie the movie trailer is here!

Without doubt the most anticipated film of the year, that of Greta Gerwig Barbiesees Margot Robbie playing our main Barbie, living in Barbieland with her family of successful Barbies and, of course, Ken, played by Ryan Gosling.

Although the teaser released last month already promised a world of excitement with high-octane aesthetics, a star-studded cast and even original music, the new clip, posted on the film’s official Instagram page, reveals what what we can expect as far as a plot goes.

“Does anyone ever think about dying?” Barbie lets loose in the middle of a dance number, causing everyone to stop. We then see Barbie’s pink world turn upside down when her “features” start to malfunction – she no longer slides from the second floor of her dream house to the ground, she feels cold from the shower, and her stiletto-like feet start even tragically to flatten. A rogue Barbie, played by Kate McKinnon, even gives Robbie’s character a pair of Birkenstock ‘Arizona’ mules to wear – daring!

The existential crisis launches her on a journey—Ken, in tow—to the real world, where she’s confronted by harsh reality and its creators at Mattel. From there, the duo found themselves in a world of antics, including getting arrested and befriending humans. A closing scene even shows the actress letting a single tear flow.

Robbie is actually one of many variations of the iconic doll. Some others include Issa Rae as President Barbie, Emma Mackey as Nobel Laureate Barbie, Dua Lipa as Mermaid Barbie, Sharon Rooney as Lawyer Barbie, Nicola Coughlan as Diplomat Barbie and Hari Nef as as Doctor Barbie. Ken is played by Ryan Gosling, along with Simu Liu, Ncuti Gatwa and Kinglsey Ben-Adir as other “righteous” Kens.

As part of a cover with British vogueRobbie acknowledged that the role came with justified criticism of the proliferation of outdated doll beauty standards, but shared her enthusiasm for Gerwig’s modern feminist narrative. “He comes with a lot of baggage! And a lot of nostalgic connections,” she said. “But that comes with a lot of exciting ways to attack him.”

Tap on it for a preview of what we can expect from the film, which hits theaters July 21 in the US.

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