Barbie Movie Trailer 2 REACTION: This teaser trailer is almost two minutes long, and I’ve heard from test screenings that it deals with gender politics, which is an interesting decision. However, I hope the movie is primarily fun, with the message underneath. Ryan Gosling is expected to steal the show, but interestingly, Barbie is not attracted to Ken in this movie. Share your thoughts on the trailer below!
The movie deals with gender politics
Should be primarily fun
Ryan Gosling is expected to steal the show
Barbie is not attracted to Ken in this movie
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Other well-known actors in the images for the film, which will be released on July 21, include Ryan Gosling as Ken, Margot Robbie as Barbie, Will Farrell as Mattel’s CEO, and singer Dua Lipa as another Barbie.
The vibrant portraits depict each character’s part in the film, the majority of which are individual roles as various Barbie and Ken characters.
According to his picture, Liu, who is wearing a green tank top, is “just another Ken.” Unlike the Ken figurines, who have little description, each Barbie is assigned a task. “She has a Pulitzer Prize,” says Arya, who is dressed in a signature Barbie pink gown and carrying a matching pink microphone.
The plot of the comedy is unknown, but according to a press release, “to live in Barbie Land is to be a perfect being in a perfect place.” Unless you’re experiencing a full-fledged existential catastrophe. Unless you’re a Ken.”The teaser, which features a heated argument between Liu and Gosling on the shore, provides a closer look at Barbie Land and its ideal residents.
Kate Mckinnon (“Saturday Night Live”), Issa Rae (“Insecure”), Emma Mackey (“Sex Education”), Nicola Coughlan (“Bridgerton”), Alexandra Shipp (“X-Men: Apocalypse”), Hari Nef (“Assassination Nation”), Sharon Rooney (“My Mad Fat Diary”), and Ana Cruz Kayne (“Another Earth”) are among the Barbies in the film.
Ryan Gosling, who plays “just Ken,” as well as Ncuti Gatwa (“Sex Education”), Scott Evans (“One Life to Live”), and Kingsley Ben-Adir (“High Fidelity”) play Ken.