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It's Barbie's world and we just live in it. Last year everything turned around Barbieand the highly anticipated film is already one of the biggest blockbusters of all time. Margot Robbie And Ryan Gosling lead Greta Gerwigs The live-action film about the beloved doll and all of her friends has already grossed over $400 million in less than a week. The film has a razor-sharp script and is deeply feminist. Barbie also brings the laughs (and some tears) to one of the best films of the year.

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Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling as Barbie and Ken. (Warner Bros.)

So what does that mean? Barbie 2? Is there a sequel coming? Greta addresses her thoughts on a Barbie Sequel after the mega success of the film.

Will there be A? Barbie 2?

Stand now, Barbie 2 didn't get the green light. Warner Bros. hasn't announced anything official in advance Barbies Released July 21st. Depending on the box office results, Barbie 2 could be in the works sooner than we think. Barbie took in a whopping $22.3 million in previews alone, so the odds of a sequel are better than ever.

director Greta Gerwig addressed whether she would pursue a sequel while being honored as one TIMEis the woman of the year. “If I find the pull, then we get it. If I don’t find a pull, there won’t be another,” Greta said via diversity. The actress and filmmaker then explained her opinion on this possibility.

“My North Star is: 'What do I love deeply?' What is really important to me? Like, 'What's the story behind this story?'” she explained. “And I think with you Barbie, the story behind this story was that I loved Barbie. I remember going to Toys R Us and looking at Barbies and I loved her hair. And I loved everything about them and my mother wasn't so sure. And I think that’s the story, that’s the generational story… I always try to find that pull.”

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The Barbies of Barbie Land. (Warner Bros.)

When asked about the ending of the film and the possibility of one Barbie In the sequel, Greta said: “Everything is possible”. Inside Total Film Podcast. “Today I would say I'm mostly focused on the next 15 days and then I'll see what happens after that… I would say I had so much fun doing it.”It was such a joyful one Experience. It was so wonderful. It really allowed us to go in all these different directions, and I don't think any other film would have afforded those opportunities. I mean, it was almost like I was able to realize my dream of doing a 1950s stage musical, which I can't imagine anything else would have been possible.”

Mattel CEO Ynon Kreiz hopes for more Barbie films. “We want to make films that become cultural events,” he said TIME. “If you can inspire filmmakers like Greta and… Noah [Baumbach] If you take the opportunity and have creative freedom, you can really make a difference.”

Below Barbies A massive $155 million opening weekend that Greta was asked about again Barbie 2. “In this moment, it’s all I have,” she said The New York Just. “At the end of every film I feel like I'll never have another idea and everything I've ever wanted to do, I've done it. I don’t want to shatter anyone else’s dream, but for myself I’m at rock bottom right now.”

However, Mattel has big plans for Barbie. “Barbie as a brand has many different iterations. The Barbie product range is a very wide brand. “In addition to the main Barbie character, she has a family and many elements in her universe,” says Mattel CEO Ynon Kreiz told diversity. “It's a very rich universe…It's a very broad and very elastic brand in terms of possibilities.”

Ynon told it before TIME“We want to make films that become cultural events.” If you can inspire filmmakers like Greta and… Noah [Baumbach] If you take the opportunity and have creative freedom, you can really make a difference.”

Barbie 2 Pour

A Barbie 2 without it it wouldn't feel right Margot Robbie, but a sequel could revolve around any of the Barbies. Considering what happens to her character at the end of the film, it would be very interesting to see how she would be incorporated into the story. Maybe Barbie would have to return to Barbie Land for some reason, otherwise more Barbies could come into the real world. There are countless possibilities!

Margot hasn't ruled out Barbie 2, but she's only thinking about the present at the moment. “It could go in a million different directions from this point,” she said TIME. “But I think you fall into a bit of a trap when you try to prepare a first film and plan sequels at the same time.”

Ryan Gosling, who played scene-stealer Ken, admitted he would be open to returning for a sequel. “I would work with Greta and Margot on anything,” he said AND. Let's give Ken his redemption era! Or maybe even a love interest who feels the same way about him!

Barbenheimer mania has officially taken over the summer. Cillian Murphythe star of Oppenheimerwas asked if he would like to play Ken in the future Barbie 2 – and he didn’t say no. “Sure, yes. Let’s read the script, let’s have a conversation,” said the actor omelette. “I can't wait to see it [Barbie]. I can't wait to see the film. I think it’s great for cinema to show all these great films this summer.”

How did Barbie End?

The stereotypical Barbie makes a life-changing decision in the final act of the film. She decides to take her fate and ending into her own hands. She leaves Barbie Land to become human and discover her true identity. The final moments of the film show Barbie being dropped off at her first appointment at the gynecologist's office. She has the name Barbara, which is inspired by the daughter of Barbie creator Ruth Handler.

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Margot Robbie as Barbie. (Warner Bros.)

Barbie's journey came to this end after she suffered an existential crisis that caused a rift in the space-time continuum between Barbie Land and the real world. To save herself, Barbie had to go into the real world and find the person who was playing with her. When Barbie and Ken entered the real world, they discovered that it was the exact opposite of Barbie Land. They were introduced to misogyny and the patriarchy.

Barbie's paths crossed with Gloria, the woman who had played with her and had the same thoughts about an identity crisis. On the run from Mattel, Barbie brought Gloria and her daughter Sasha to Barbie Land. Ken had gotten a head start and brought the patriarchy with him, undoing all the progress the Barbies had made.

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Ryan Gosling as Ken. (Warner Bros.)

With an incredible monologue, Gloria inspired Barbie to reclaim Barbie Land. Barbie, Gloria, Sasha, Weird Barbie, Allan and others worked together to undo the brainwashing the Kens had done to the other Barbies. They pitted the Kens against each other while taking back control of Barbie Land.

After Barbie Land was saved, Barbie and Ken had an honest conversation. Ken felt like he had no identity without Barbie, and she encouraged him to find his own meaning without her. After everything that had happened, Barbie still felt unsure about her own purpose in life. She met Barbie inventor Ruth Handler. Ruth's words helped Barbie decide to become human.





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