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Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling went viral earlier this summer when photos of the paparazzi filming their new movie “Barbie” began circulating online.
During a recent appearance on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon,” Robbie admitted that he and Gosling weren’t exactly thrilled when hundreds of fans began showing up to watch the film while they were shooting on location in Los Angeles. Was doing.
Photos of the two on set were everywhere over the summer and actually increased the hype surrounding the film, but Robbie referred to the experience of going viral as one of the most embarrassing things to happen to her. When Fallon paused the viral photos, Robbie explained how embarrassed they were.
“I can’t tell you how infatuated we were, by the way,” she told Fallon. “We look like we’re laughing and having fun, but we’re dying inside. Dying. I was like, ‘This is the most humiliating moment of my life.'”
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Robbie said that he knew some fans would want to come to make the film and catch a glimpse of him and Gosling, but he never expected that many to come, noting that “hundreds of people are watching the entire time.” Were. “
“I mean, I knew we had some exteriors to shoot in LA. I knew that once you’re doing exteriors, you’re going to get pap,” she explained. “There’s probably going to be a little crowd of people who are going to take notice because, you know, we’re a little different in those outfits. So, I knew there would be a little bit of attention and maybe some pictures would be out there, but not like she did. Did it. It was like crazy.”
In the photos, Gosling and Robbie are on rollerblades wearing bright pink robes and fluorescent elbow and knee pads. Robbie is starring in the film as the popular Mattel doll Barbie, and Gosling is starring as Ken, the doll’s lover.
During an interview with British Vogue last year, Robbie opened up about how people have come to him to express doubts about the film. But, he said, once he found out who directed and wrote the film, doubts faded.
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“People usually listen to Barbie and think, ‘I know what that movie will be.’ And then they hear that Greta Gerwig is writing and directing it, and they’re like, ‘Oh, well, maybe I’m not…'”
Gerwig wrote and directed the 2019 adaptations of “Little Woman” and “Lady Bird”, the latter of which received 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.
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“Barbie” is scheduled to premiere in theaters on July 21, 2023.