Margot Robbie Left MORTIFIED On Barbie Set
Remember when we first found out that there was going to be a live-action Barbie movie coming out next year, starring Margot Robbie as Barbie?
I know you haven’t forgotten the first look we got of Ryan Gosling as Ken, but what about the shot of Robbie and Gosling decked out in their pink and yellow neon get-up that included rollerblades?
Of course. While the images had fans excited for the film, Robbie herself shared that she was feeling anything but excited for that photo to be taken.
While on The Tonight Show, Margo opened up about just how mortified she was to see herself in that outfit circling the web.
Jimmy Fallon held up the photo, and she responded to seeing it with, I can’t tell you how mortified we were by the way we look like we are laughing and having fun, but we are dying on the inside.
Ben Fallon asked her if she had any idea that the photos would prompt the online response that they did, and Robbie replied, no. And I knew once you were doing exterior shots, you’re going to get packed.
She then went on to explain that she thought there was probably going to be a little crowd of people who were going to take notice of them in their outfits.
Robbie continued, so I knew there was going to be a little bit of attention and probably some photos would get out there, but not as they did.
So not only was she mortified by the photo, she was blindsided by just how viral the image went alongside Robbie and Gosling in the Barbie movie, directed by Greta Gerwig holds a stacked cast.
The film also stars Issa Rae and Harry Neff as two other barbies whistle music and shoot Atwa as Kent. The film will also feature Will Ferrell, America Ferrera, and Michael Sarah, just to name a few.
Previously, Margot had said about the film, we like the things that feel a little left of center. Something like Barbie, where the name itself will have people immediately thinking they know what’s coming.
She said, oh, Margot is playing Barbie. I know what that is. whatever we’re going to give you something different thing.
Despite the humiliation, she may have felt, Margot rock the look. I would imagine with a cast like this, the film has no other choice but to be a hit. Barbie is released in theaters on July 21, 2023.