Gerwig’s Fun Mix of Animation and Reality
The enchantment of the Barbie movie extends beyond the screen with its captivating poster. Gerwig mixed animation and real people, and the story doesn’t follow normal logic. The movie doesn’t have a clear and realistic story, and the characters act in a dramatic and showy way, like they’re saying lines. They even sing, dance, and talk directly to the audience. Even when they move from the Barbie world to the real world, the style doesn’t become normal. It stays dramatic and exaggerated. Let’s into poster magic in the Barbie movie: a visual delight.
How old is barbie
In the Barbie movie, they never mention Barbie and Ken’s ages. The story kicks off in Barbieland, a place where they exist without any specific ages. Margot Robbie plays Barbie, and she moves from this perfect world to the real one. She comes to terms with human mortality and self-discovery. These characters exist outside of time within Barbieland, akin to the magical realm depicted in the poster, is a place where time’s grasp loosens.serving as ideals that inspire people. Barbie’s decision to leave Barbieland means giving up her immortality to become a genuine, complete individual.
Margot Robbie as “Barbie”
The most dreamy heroine “Barbie” on the surface is played by the “Harley Quinn” Margot Robbie in “Suicide Commando”. She has blond hair and exquisite facial features, which coincides with the image of Barbie! With both acting skills and appearance, she will challenge Barbie, who has come to the real world to take risks, and show a funny performance with a sense of humor. Margot Robbie also perfectly interprets Barbie’s classic tiptoe! As she ventures into the real world, her humor and daring spirit parallel the poster’s dynamic essence.
Speaking of “Barbie”, we must not forget her boyfriend “Ken”. The live-action version is played by Ryan Gosling. As a powerful actor, Ryan Gosling also specially contributed the song “Just Ken” from the album this time. He sang Ken’s inner world ignored by the public with humor and heart, and was well received! Let’s end the poster magic in the Barbie movie: a visual delight.