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Margot Robbie is just a Barbie girl, in a Barbie world. On Tuesday, April 26, Warner Bros. Pictures revealed a sneak peek and the release date of the highly anticipated, forthcoming live-action Barbie film at CinemaCon in Las Vegas.

It feels like every other week another A-list actor is added to the star-studded cast of the Mattel biopic. With Margot Robbie as the titular role of Barbie, Ryan Gosling has been confirmed to star as Barbie’s boyfriend, Ken, while Academy Award-winner Emerald Fennell, Kate McKinnon, Simu Liu, Hari Nef, Will Ferrell, America Ferrera, Alexandra Shipp and famous Margot Robbie-lookalike, Death on the Nile’s Emma Mackey are also set to appear in the LuckyChap Entertainment production.

Directed by the inimitable Greta Gerwig, the beloved auteur is responsible for bringing us films like 2017’s Lady Bird and 2019’s Little Women. Gerwig also co-wrote the script with her partner Marriage Story’s Noah Baumbach.

Set to hit our screens on July 21, 2023, the story revolves around a doll who is shunned from Barbieland due to her perceived flaws. As she embarks on an en exciting adventure in the real world, she realizes that “perfection” ultimately comes from the inside.

With filming of the WB and Mattel Films project beginning earlier this year in London, production shared a snapshot of the Wolf of Wall Street actress in character — Robbie’s Barbie is seen perched at the wheel of her hot pink convertible cruiser, flashing a beaming smile with her signature golden locks blown out, anchored by a retro blue and white polka dot headband. Sporting a matching striped halter top and coordinating blue statement bangle, Robbie has transformed into a picturesque Malibu Barbie.

The actress told British Vogue last summer that playing such an iconic figure, “comes with a lot of baggage” and “nostalgic connections.” However, she added, “with that come[s] a lot of exciting ways to attack it. People generally hear ‘Barbie’ and think, ‘I know what that movie is going to be,’ and then they hear that Greta Gerwig is writing and directing it, and they’re like, ‘Oh, well, maybe I don’t…’”

Added to the growing list of Mattel-centered adaptations, Emily in ParisLily Collins is set to appear in the upcoming feature on Polly Pocket, the beloved ’90s toy directed by Girls creator Lena Dunham.