We had a few sneak peeks already, but its plot Barbie The film has remained largely a secret – until now.
The full trailer for the film finally dropped Thursday afternoon, revealing what’s in store when it hits theaters this summer.
Barbie – played by Margot Robbie – appears to be living a happy life in Barbie Land, until she notices that some things are going wrong.
Her cold showers and sudden flat feet lead her to seek help Kate McKinnonHer character, Marker Face Barbie, who tells her that she must go to the real world to discover the truth about the universe.
Barbie is horrified when her legs suddenly straighten
He then embarks on an Elf/The Little Mermaid/Wizard of Oz adventure in a land he’s never been to, but not before discovering that Ken – who he plays Ryan Gosling – has joined her for the ride.
Her escape soon reaches Mattel headquarters, where the CEO – who plays Will Ferrell – seethes with rage, believing it would be “disastrous” if word got out that Barbie is roaming the real world.
“No one rests until this doll is back in a box,” he is heard telling his employees, as the action cuts to Barbie and Ken getting into all sorts of scrapes.
Barbie and Ken go to the real world
Meanwhile, some text on the screen teases: “If you hate Barbie, this movie is for you.”
Also in the trailer, there is a clip of it Dua Lipahis new song Dance The Night, which is is set to appear on the soundtrack.
Thursday afternoon, Rolling rock also released the full list of stars appearing on the Barbie companion album, which includes Lizzo, Nicki Minaj, Heim, Ice Spice, Charli XCX and Hey Max.
Tame Impala, Gayle, Karol G, Khalid, The Kid Laroi, PinkPantheress, Dominic Fike, Kali and Fifty Fifty also appeared.
Apparently there’s a new song from none other than Ken himself, Ryan Goslingand there.
Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling as Barbie and Ken
Quaintly, Rolling rock also shared a teaser image claiming that “more Barbies & Kens” have yet to be announced.
Among the cast already confirmed are Issa Rae, Kate McKinnon, Nicola Couhglan and Hari Nef as different variations of Barbie, while the likes of Ncuti Gatwa, Simu Liu and Scott Evans will all play alternate Kens.
Barbie hits theaters on Friday, July 21.
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