Margot Robbie Praises the ‘Good Vibes’ of Greta Gerwig’s ‘Barbie’ Set

Margot Robbie’s experience recording the impending Barbie film was “loaded up with giggling and moving and music!”

In front of the Brilliant Globes 2023 on Tuesday, Robbie, 32, let Assortment know that she was “laughing hysterically constantly” on the arrangement of the Greta Gerwig-coordinated film when asked how she abstained from giggling at Ryan Gosling’s presentation as Ken.

“Gracious, I was laughing hysterically constantly. This was a set loaded up with giggling and moving and music and great energies, better believe it,” Robbie said on honorary pathway. “There was a ton of laughing hysterically.” “I can’t tell you, it’s each of the confidential,” the Babylon entertainer added when requested what kind from music the cast shook out to on set.

“It’s too early — I can’t let you know anything! Robbie and group Barbie have prodded the forthcoming film essentially as of late, as a secret trailer in the style of the notorious 2001: A Space Odyssey delivered in December 2022. In Robbie’s discussion with Carey Mulligan for Assortment’s “Entertainers on Entertainers” series in December, the entertainer prodded that there will be Dreamhouses in the satire, referring to the notorious Barbie playsets.

“I’ve been dealing with it for around four or five years now — it’s a LuckyChap project. What’s more, we pursued Greta,” said maker/star Robbie. “There were perhaps three individuals that we would need to make a Barbie film with, and I was like, on the off chance that she says no… . So express gratitude toward God she said OK. She’s simply splendid.”

Mulligan, 37, inquired, “Do you make goliath Barbie houses in the film?” “The Dreamhouses? You’ll see some Dreamhouses. Also, it will be all that you at any point longed for,” prodded Robbie.

The two entertainers additionally shared acclaim for Robbie’s Barbie costar Ryan Gosling, who plays Ken. Mulligan, who worked with him “some time ago” on 2011’s Drive, called Gosling, 42, the “best, most delightful man on the planet, and an inconceivable entertainer.” “Isn’t he the most radiant person?” added Robbie.

About the film — which additionally stars Will Ferrell, Michael Cera, Issa Rae, Simu Liu, Kate McKinnon and the sky is the limit from there — Robbie told English Vogue last year, “Individuals for the most part hear Barbie and think, ‘I understand what that film will be,’ and afterward they hear that Greta Gerwig is composing and guiding it, and they’re like, ‘Gracious, indeed, perhaps I don’t…’ ”

The Babylon entertainer added that the job “accompanies a ton of stuff,” taking into account some verifiable debate over the doll. “Furthermore, a great deal of nostalgic associations,” she said.

“Yet, with that come a great deal of invigorating ways of going after it.” Barbie is in theaters July 21.