Margot Robbie, She is, without a doubt, one of the female stars of the moment. The actress was chosen to play one of the most complicated roles today, the deranged Harley Quinn. However, her ability has made her very required, so she is close to starring in another great film, at least by name.
Yes, the interpreter is in the pipeline to star in several super productions. However, it was already confirmed as the main one of these, it is the live-action version of Barbie. Yes, you read that right, Barbie, the most famous doll in history will have a movie in person.
Two factors accompany the launch of said production. The first one refers to the boom that toy-inspired feature films will have in the future. Apart from this, Lily Collins will be in one based on Polly Pocket Y Vin Diesel in that of Rock’em Sock’em Robots.
The second fact is that Robbie’s role was not easy to decide. The main character was initially played by the artist Amy Schumer, but Mattel obtained the rights to the production from part of Warner Bros. and there everything changed. When this transfer occurred, Anne Hathaway was chosen for the position, although when the licenses returned to WB, Margot was the one.
Given all this, the celebrity referred to the great challenge that this creation represents. Thus, due to that praised the work of the director Greta Gerwig.
The Barbie The film spent about a decade tossing around in various Hollywood studios. It all started at Universal before moving to Sony. At this moment, Amy Schumer was about to play the film as the titular doll in 2016 before dropping out due to scheduling conflicts. Then Anne Hathaway was chosen to take her place. And as the filming plans began to take shape, the rights to the film returned to Mattel, who sold the rights to Warner Bros.
It was then that Robbie was selected to play the role of the doll and serve as a producer through his LuckyChap Entertainment. group. Greta Gerwig has signed on to write the script, with rumors that she could also direct. There was a rumor that Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins would take the director’s chair, but Jenkins shot that down.