The Greta Gerwig-directed feature film has surpassed a billion box office worldwide.
Barbie this is a recent feature film directed by Greta Gerwig which brought to the big screen the story of the most famous doll in the world: we are talking, in particular, about the famous young blonde who completely revolutionized the lives of little girls, bringing emancipation and freedom. In particular, in the new project of Mattel and Warner Bros. Margot Robbie incarnate Barbie stereotype, an excellent Barbie who, against her will, finds herself in the world of reality because she has completely lost her individuality. A very curious and intriguing journey, which was widely appreciated not only by critics, but also by the public, as evidenced by revenues exceeded one billion dollars earned (exactly 1.38 billion).
Barbie continues to conquer cinemas, but will soon be available for rental and digital purchase
Well, as reported in a recent press release, we have discovered that the film will soon be available on all major digital platforms, specifically providing the opportunity purchase and rent the movie on Apple TV app, Prime Video, Youtube, Rakuten TV, Timvision, Microsoft Film & TV and rent on Sky Primafila and Mediaset Infinity. from September 12, 2023. After an acclaimed reception on the big screen, audiences will finally be able to enjoy a feature film again from the comfort of their own homes.
We remind you that Barbie, which is produced, in particular, by Heyday Films, LuckyChap Entertainment, Mattel Films, is distributed by Warner Bros. with executive production by Michael Sharp, Josie McNamara, Inon Kreiz, Courtney Valenti, Toby Emmerich, Kate Adams. However, the cast of the feature film includes detailed participation of actors of such caliber as Ryan Gosling as Ken, America Ferrera as Gloria, Michael Cera as Allan, Will Ferrell as the CEO of Mattel, Kate McKinnon, who shows off her strange face. Barbie and many others. The project appeared in Italian cinemas on July 20, 2023.
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