It only makes sense that all of the Barbies and Kens from the upcoming Greta Gerwig movie were in a group chat together, but one Ken said he missed all the prank text messages.
During a recent interview with the people‘s Barbie special numberSimu Liu revealed that since Margot Robbie hosted a sleepover for all of her Barbies, all of the Kens decided to start a group chat with them to “show our support but not get excited about our presence”.
But Michael Cera said he was removed from the conversation because “I don’t have an iPhone myself. … I have a flip phone.” Cera indicated he was okay with that, adding, “I still think I don’t belong.” [the group chat] Anyway, because [my character] Alan is kind of in his own little world.”
This is not the first time files have been shown Very bad The actor has been open about his dislike of modern technology. Tell Hollywood Reporter During an interview in February that he is not interested in having access to social media or a smartphone.
“It’s a conscious choice,” he said at the time, “because I honestly feel a little bit scared about it like I’m going to lose control of my waking life.” “When people started having smartphones, when it was the Blackberries, I had lunch with a friend of mine who was my best friend at the time, and he had just got a Blackberry, and he was typing emails through the whole meal, and I sat there alone and bored. So I had a distaste for them early on.”
As for Barbie cast, sexting in a group chat wasn’t the only thing they all did together while filming. Ryan Gosling also revealed that Robbie started a mandatory pink outfit regimen once a week.
“Margaux It was this pink day once a week where everyone had to wear something pink. And if you didn’t do that, you got fined.” “She would go around collecting fines, and would donate them to charity.”
Not only did the cast enjoy it, Gosling noted, but that it was “really special” to see the male crew members excited as well.
“At the end of the movie, they all got together and made, with their own money, pink crew shirts with rainbow fringes,” he said. “This was an opportunity for them to show their respect and admiration for Margot [director] Greta [Gerwig] they were making. It was almost like this scene at the end Dead Poets Society‘, where they all sit at their desks and say, ‘Captain! My leader or my lord!'”
It’s safe to say that all of the Barbie, Kenz, and crew members have a laugh-filled photo shoot set. Robbie even said that she spoiled many of Gosling’s acts because she was “laughing through it all.”
“Ryan is the most comedy-talented actor I’ve ever worked with. He’s known for his dramatic acting, and rightly so,” Robbie added. But he’s incredibly talented with comedy.”
Barbiestarring Issa Rae, Emma Mackey, Kate McKinnon, America Ferrera, Will Ferrell, and more, hits theaters July 21.