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The film could be a commercial for Mattel, or it could be an idiosyncratic take on the doll. What's the real deal? Take a look now!

Nude truth: Here’s how much skin Margot Robbie shows in ‘Barbie’

Ever pondered what happens when the world of plastic meets the magic of cinema? Imagine the iconic Barbie doll, stepping out from her pink stiletto heels, a vision of glitz and glamour. Now, picture this on the big screen, starring the remarkable Margot Robbie. Does that mean there are any nude photos to speak of? Let’s take a look and uncover whatever nude truths hide behind the plastic.

Lights, Camera, Barbie!

A riveting tale straight from the film set reveals a lively debate between Mattel COO Richard Dickson, director Greta Gerwig, and lead actor Margot Robbie. The issue? A scene that was perceived to be off-brand for the globally recognized toy company. Yet, Robbie and Gerwig’s dynamic delivery convinced Dickson otherwise, with Robbie asserting, “When you look on the page, the nuance isn’t there, the delivery isn’t there.”

In a surprising twist, Robbie’s vision for the Barbie movie embraces both on-brand and off-brand topics. The aim was clear: to recognize and respect Barbie’s legacy while shedding light on relevant conversations. Robbie’s pitch to Mattel CEO Ynon Kreiz was straightforward, “So you might as well be a part of that conversation.”

A pivotal aspect of the Barbie movie was ensuring that Robbie wasn’t the only embodiment of the iconic doll. Barbie isn’t a one-size-fits-all model, and the film had to hit home this point. “If [Mattel] hadn’t made that change to have a multiplicity of Barbies, I don’t think I would have wanted to attempt to make a Barbie film,” Robbie said.

The whirlwind reboot

The Barbie movie is one of the most anticipated films of the summer, capturing the hearts of Barbie lovers and critics alike. According to the film’s trailer, “If you love Barbie, this movie is for you. If you hate Barbie, this movie is for you.”

Even as the buzz grows, Margot Robbie keeps her cool. When asked about the potential for sequels, she says, “It could go a million different directions from this point. But I think you fall into a bit of a trap if you try and set up a first movie whilst also planning for sequels.”

Now, back to Barbie’s iconic arched feet, a viral sensation that has TikTok users mimicking the scene with their highest heels. This signature shot didn’t come easy, with Robbie having to take eight takes, maintaining her feet’s position while holding onto a bar.

Barbie is more than just a doll, she represents dreams, aspirations, and sometimes, impossible beauty standards. The movie addresses this delicate balance, with Robbie stating, “If you feel indifferent about Barbie or haven’t thought about Barbie in years, this movie is also for you.”


The Barbie movie has sparked intrigue and excitement, especially with Greta Gerwig, known for her Oscar-nominated films Lady Bird and Little Women, at the helm. The film could be a commercial for Mattel, or it could be an idiosyncratic take on the doll. What’s the real deal? And are ther any nude photos to come from the behind the scenes content? Only time will tell. 

There’s no denying it – Barbie is the film of the summer. Fans eagerly anticipate its release on July 21, up against big names like Tom Cruise (Mission: Impossible) and Christopher Nolan (Oppenheimer). If predictions of a $55 million opening weekend hold true, it will be a testament to Barbie mania.

Greta Gerwig calls the Barbie movie a “surprising spicy margarita.” How did Gerwig, known for exploring women’s inner lives, end up directing a film about a doll primarily known for her looks? She loves dolls, plain and simple. “I played with dolls too long,” admits Gerwig.

The revival

The Barbie movie script was a product of an unusual circumstance, with Gerwig and her partner Noah Baumbach writing it post a Barbie boot camp organized by Mattel. Robbie, whose company LuckyChap produced the film, confessed, “And then when I saw the script, I was like, ‘They’re never going to let us do this. This is really pushing it.’”

With Warner Bros. keeping the plot under wraps, one can only wonder what surprises the Barbie movie has in store. A fun, self-aware romp with shades of Clueless and Legally Blonde, the Barbie movie is all set to take the summer by storm.

So, are you ready for a summer filled with Barbie’s magical charm? Will you let Barbie steal your heart all over again, this time on the big screen?


Were you mad you didn’t see any nude photos? Don’t fret, all you have to do is respect women and wait patiently for them to decide whether or not they want to share any. 

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