In July 2023, the highly anticipated film ‘Barbie,’ starring Hollywood actress Margot Robbie, would be released in theatres throughout the United States. During its presentation at CinemaCon on Tuesday night, Warner Bros. reportedly confirmed the film’s release date as July 21, 2023. Greta Gerwig, an actress and director, directed the film based on a story she co-wrote with her filmmaking partner, Noah Baumbach. Read the article to learn more about Barbie’s release date, cast, budget, first look, and story.
When is the Barbie movie released?
According to Warner Bros, the live-action Barbie film, starring Margot Robbie as the world’s most famous doll, will be released in theatres on July 21, 2023. The film collaborates between Warner Bros. and Barbie manufacturer Mattel, directed by Oscar-nominated director Greta Gerwig.
Warner Bros. gave us our first glimpse at Barbie when they announced the release date, posting a photo of Robbie in the famous pink convertible, wearing a blue blouse and a blue and white spotted headband.
The cast of the Barbie Movie
Since 2014, “Barbie” has been in the works, with Amy Schumer formerly linked to play the lead.
Will Ferrell, America Ferrera, Simu Liu, Kate McKinnon, Issa Rae, Michael Cera, Harsh Nef, Kingsley Ben-Adir, and Emerald Fennell appear in supporting roles?
Robbie is also a producer on the picture, working with co-producer Tom Ackerley via their production company, LuckyChap Entertainment. Mattel Films’ Robbie Brenner and “Harry Potter” director David Heyman have agreed to work together on the project.
CinemaCon included a new “Lord of the Rings” film and a sneak peek at “The Meg 2,” as well as a sequel announcement for “The Color Purple.”
What can we expect from the next Barbie film?
Robbie poses in a pink convertible with a blue top and polka dot headpiece in a first look picture released by Warner Bros. for the Barbie film.
Greta Gerwig, who co-wrote the screenplay with her partner Noah Baumbach, directed the picture.
Gerwig has received two Academy Award nominations: best director and best original screenplay for Lady Bird in 2017 and best-adapted screenplay for Little Women in 2019.
Barbie “comes with a lot of baggage” and “a lot of nostalgic connections,” Robbie said in a 2021 interview with British Vogue on her impending role and the film’s director, stating that Barbie “comes with a lot of baggage” and “a lot of nostalgic links.” “However, this opens up a plethora of intriguing new methods to tackle it.” When people hear ‘Barbie,’ they usually say to themselves, ‘I know what that movie will be,’ but when they learn that Greta Gerwig is writing and directing it, they think to themselves, ‘Oh, well, maybe I don’t.’