This summer, get ready as two legendary icons come together on the big screen. Don’t miss the all-new Chevy Blazer EV and Barbie herself, in the new movie BARBIE, only in theaters July 21.
*Warning: Minor spoilers ahead*
Perhaps part of the magic of Barbie is that she's never been a real girl. She's something young kids use to play pretend. She's plastic, a word we use to describe others as “artificial” or “insincere.” She's got a gorgeous, never-ending wardrobe and a perfect smile painted onto her face. But what would it mean if we imagined Barbie as a real, feeling, living and breathing human?
After months of intense press, Barbiecore trends and hot pink appearing nearly everywhere, writer-director Greta Gerwig's highly-anticipated and endlessly-discussed Barbie is finally here. In the first-ever live action film about the doll that's been in households across the world, Gerwig and co-writer Noah Baumbach ask big questions about feminism, beauty standards, relationships and more (and I got to sit down for an early screening at the Ocean Casino Resort in Atlantic City).