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'Barbie' Trailer: Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling Venture to the Real World -- And Get Arrested!
movie — which stars Margot Robbie as the world-famous doll and Ryan Gosling  as her Ken.It's in the middle of yet another «best day ever!» in Barbieland when the titular doll starts to get a sense that something might be a little bit off.«Do you guys ever think about dying?» she asks, bringing her perfectly-choreographed dance party to a halt.It turns out, plenty of strange things have been happening to Barbie. Her shower runs cold, she falls off her roof and — worst of all — her feet are flat on the ground!With the help of Kate McKinnon's marker-faced Barbie, she sets out to find the truth in the «Real World.» But what will she uncover?Watch the full trailer below:'s star-studded cast also includes America Ferrera, Simu Liu, Issa Rae, Michael Cera, Emma Mackey, Ncuti Gatwa, Emerald Fennell, Alexandra Shipp, Kingsley Ben-Adir, Hari Nef, Ariana Greenblatt, Sharon Rooney, Scott Evans, Rhea Pearlman, Will Ferrell, and more.When Robbie and Gosling sat down for s summer 2023 issue recently, the actor shared one of the ways his co-star would help him get into character on set.«She left a pink present with a pink bow, from Barbie to Ken, every day while we were filming,» Gosling recalled.
Does the 'Barbie' Movie Have a 'Wizard of Oz' Connection? You Be the Judge With These Trailer Clues
 movie released on Tuesday, fans are diving deep into speculation surrounding the film's closely guarded plot.One theory that might just have legs is regarding a possible connection to . Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling star as Barbie and Ken in the highly anticipated new film from Greta Gerwig, the trailer for which appears to show the duo attempting to leave Barbie Land and embarking on an adventure in the «Real World.»TikTok user Cat Quinn noted that a plotline following a fantastic journey to a new place, only to discover there's «no place like home,» while helping new friends along the way sound quite similar to the 1939 Judy Garland classic — but there's also a few Easter eggs in the trailer that really seal the deal. Dorothy's ruby red slippers were central to the plot of, while 's trailer begins with a close-up shot of her hot pink, glittery heels. Barbie wears a pink gingham dress throughout the trailer, not unlike Dorothy's blue gingham dress in .The most telling, blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment comes as Robbie's Barbie drives by a movie theater. On the marquee is the title, while three movie posters on the front of the building all depict characters from the film.