If you haven’t watched Barbie yet, this article contains spoilers; if you have, it offers fun insights into the movie’s making!
Calling all devoted Barbie fans! If you’re on a quest to delve into the enchanting world of Barbie, then you’ve come to the right place. Our articles have been catering to your Pink Land cravings, but this one is, curated to unveil intriguing facts and mesmerizing details about the movie that will leave you wanting more.
1. Arched Feet
2. Poised Posture Of Barbie
Robie told Teen Vogue that director Greta told her that dancers hold themselves differently. Even when you see a dancer who’s not dancing at the time, it’s like you can tell they are a dancer because they stand in an incredible posture, and they are always poised.
3. No Natural Elements In Barbie Land
During a visit to the Barbie Land set in June, Robbie disclosed to Architectural Digest that the place lacks any presence of water or fire, or any other natural elements for that matter. The only exception is the wind, which plays a role in making the hair look fabulous.
4. Barbie & Ken’s Cars
Barbie’s car was remotely controlled by a team member using VR drone technology, allowing Margot Robbie to navigate the set without touching the wheel. Ken’s Hummer, also electric, was among the first electric Hummers manufactured. Additionally, the flamingo mailbox outside Barbie’s DreamHouse functions as an electric charging station for her car.
5. Ken Branded Underwear
The concept of Ken’s Calvin Klein-inspired Ken-branded underwear was actually conceived by Ryan Gosling himself. The costume designer quickly crafted them after a late fitting to ensure they could be worn by him in the movie.
6. Pink Barbie Paint Shortage
During the movie’s production, they managed to exhaust the global stock of vivid pink paint from a particular company. The vice president of Rosco, the paint company, mentioned that even amidst the pandemic, when there was already a paint shortage, the movie completely depleted our pink paint inventory.
7. Waxed Bodies Of Kens
In the fantastical world of Barbie Land, every Ken had to undergo a complete body waxing, driven by Greta’s firm belief that they were not mammals but rather dolls in the film. As a result, one of the main Ken leads, Simu Liu, bravely took on the challenge of waxing his entire body, describing it as one of the most demanding tasks he had ever faced during the movie’s production.
Tell us in comments which fun facts you liked best about Barbie The Movie and you discovered by yourself while watching Barbie?