Margot Robbie he played masterfully on the big screen Barbie, giving her a face, a voice and a statuesque physique. But there is a big difference between her and a plastic doll.
Of course, not about similarity and beauty, but about what happens under the sheets.
The success at the box office is obvious. “Barbie,” according to Variety, exceeded all expectations: This is already the highest-grossing film worldwide in Warner Bros. history.
Greta Gerwig’s film, starring the Australian actress and Ryan Gosling, also surpassed Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Part 2″ (2011). To date, the film has collected worldwide box office. 1.34 billion and is expected to even surpass “Super Mario Bros.”
But beyond the big screen, the beautiful Margot Is he also successful in love? And if the flawless Barbie doll is forced to agree to platonic love with her Ken, what about the beautiful Margot?
Hot Margot Robbie: the weirdest place she’s had sex
For a beautiful actress, sex on set is very different from sex in real life.
When she filmed steamy scenes with Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street, she said: “It was a lot more awkward than I expected. In short, from start to finish they were entire sex scenes: I had never filmed them like that, and I was very ashamed.”
In her personal life, the beautiful Margot easily admitted that she has one quite active sex life, rich and extravagant, revealing hot details of his intimate life. “Weirdest place I’ve had sex?
One day, he said, I took the liberty of riding a jet ski which, however, was still there, so there was not all this difficulty. It would be a different story if he was moving, in which case it would be a really good test.”
After statements of this kind, fans around the world look with even more envy at her husband Tom Ackerley, a film producer, whom the beautiful Margot married in 2016, after they met on the set of Suite Française.
As for Barbie, the actress, when offered the role, said: “She is a plastic doll that has no organs or reproductive organs and therefore no sexual impulses. So why does it have to be sexy?
I really don’t think it should be like that. I people who sexualize itwho project a sexual vision onto her. But if Barbie wears a short skirt, it’s because she’s pink and cheerful, not because she wants to show off or have her butt looked at.”
That time Barbie left Ken for a surfer.
Even if she cannot go “further” and must limit herself to platonic love, the plastic doll does not give up love. Legendary Ken stay her forever boyfriend. Their love was born in 1961 on television.
But they also had a crisis in their relationship. Well, yes: February 13, 2004, after 43 years of engagement, Barbie and Ken However, they decided to separate.. According to a biography written by Mattel, Barbie was single for some time, despite a brief flirtation with young Australian surfer Blaine.
In February 2006, the couple got back together, but the orange blossom never happened. The forward-thinking company Mattel saw fit to immediately adapt the biography to enhance its myth. His destiny from the very beginning was to become best selling doll in the world.
So they gave her not only a first and last name, Barbara Millicent Roberts, but also a family and group of friends who made up a new system of characters and accompanying accessories to sell to girls and collectors.
In addition to Barbie, sister Skipper, born in 1960, Tutti and Todd, twin brothers born in 1965, sister Stacey, who arrived in 1992, sister Shelley in 1995, sister Chelsea in 1999 and Francie, English’s cousin.
Barbie and inclusive fashion
Barbie was (and remains) far from just a doll. muse of artists and designers Worldwide. But what’s more important is canvas for little girls dreams.
From Lagerfeld to Louboutin, from Moschino to Monique Lhuillier, Barbie has worked with more designers than any other brand in the world. Patrizia Pepe also thought of her when, for the doll’s 60th birthday, she presented a capsule with mini-objects dedicated to her at Pitti Bimbo.
A trend started by the visionary Franca Sozzani, then director of Vogue Italia, who celebrated Barbie through the imagination of 30 Italian designers and brands in two issues in 2015 and 2016.
Also in 2016, to better reflect the world girls see today, Mattel introduced three new body types: curvy, petite and tall.
Information about the doll’s new physiology made the cover of the Times newspaper. Now with numerous and varied looks to choose from, the line Barbie fashionistas remains the most diverse and inclusive on the market, offering a variety of skin tones, eye colors, body types and clothing.