IMAX version coming to US Barbie, complete with unedited post-credits scenes. Director’s film Greta Gerwig was a huge box office success, grossing nearly $1.3 billion worldwide to date. It was also a critical success, receiving rave reviews and a current Rotten Tomatoes critical score of 88%. Given that Christopher Nolan he filmed Oppenheimer with IMAX cameras, his latest film has been shown in all IMAX theaters since its release on the same day as Barbie, which is why Gerwig’s film has not yet been shown in IMAX, despite its success.
According to Deadline, the film’s limited IMAX release Barbie It will run for a week starting September 22. This will happen after the release of the extended IMAX version. Oppenheimer before the release of the science fiction film Gareth Edwards Creator in IMAX theaters on September 29th. Here’s what Greta Gerwig had to say about this IMAX edition:
“The worldwide enthusiasm for Barbie has been overwhelming and deeply touching. Many Barbie fans have embarked on this journey with us and we can’t thank them enough for supporting the film and for sharing their Barbie experience in theaters, on social media and around the world. We built Barbie for the big screen, so it’s great to bring her to IMAX, the biggest screen ever. And as a special thank you to Barbie fans, we’re excited to share even more of the incredible work of our cast and crew with special new footage that we hope viewers will enjoy.”
Barbie, everything you need to know about the movie
From an Academy Award-nominated writer and director Greta Gerwig (Little Women, Lady Bird) he arrives Barbie starring Oscar nominees Margot Robbie (Bomb – Voice of Scandal, Tonya) AND Ryan Gosling (La La Land, Drive) in the role Barbie and Ken. Together with them in the cast too America Ferrara (End of Watch – Zero Tolerancemovie How to Train Your Dragon), Kate McKinnon (Bomb – Voice of Scandal, Yesterday), Michael Cera (Scott Pilgrim vs. peace, Juno), Ariana Greenblatt (Avengers: Infinity War 65 – Escape from Earth), Issa Ray (Photography – pictures of my mother, not safe), Rhea Perlman (In my dreams Matilda 6 Mythical) AND Will Ferrell (Host, Ricky Bobby – The story of a man who could count to one).
They are also part of the film’s cast. Ana Cruz Kane (Small woman), Emma McKee (Emily, Sex Education), Hari Nef (Assassin Nation, Transparent), Alexandra Shipp (movie X-Men), Kingsley Ben Adir (That Night in Miami, Peaky Blinders), Sim Liu (Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings), Nkuti Gatwa (sex education), Scott Evans (TV series Grace and Frankie), Jamie Demetriou (Cruella), Connor Swindells (sex education, Emma.), Sharon Rooney (Dumbo, you moron), Nicholas Coughlan (Bridgerton, Derry Girls), Ritu Arya (Umbrella Academy) and the Academy Award Helen Mirren (Queen – Queen). The film is in theaters with July 20.