Inside Margot Robbie’s Barbie-Themed Birthday Party on Set

Margot Robbie at the ‘The Suicide Squad’ film premiere in Los Angeles on August 2, 2021.

Come on Barbie, let’s go party! While filming the live-action movie, Margot Robbie celebrated her 32nd birthday in style — and in character.

The actress received a pink Barbie doll cake that read “Happy Birthday Barbie Margot!” in icing on the front, according to photos obtained byPage SixFrom Saturday, July 2. Robbie was later seen on set with a pink box of Trejo’s Donuts and a party hat in hand.

The native of Australia rang in her special day together with costars Ryan Gosling, Will Farrell, Kate McKinnon Simu Liu. Robbie’s husband, Tom AckerleyAlso, he was photographed arriving at the set to join in on the festivities.

The Suicide Squad star’s upcoming role has already created online buzz as fans continue to react to the footage from filming. The project will be released in July 2023. This comes after a Barbie movie was originally planned. Diablo Cody.

Despite Amy Schumer being cast in the lead role of the comedian, she resigned due to scheduling conflicts. Schumer later explained that her decision was influenced behind the scenes by creative differences.

“They definitely didn’t want to do it the way I wanted to do it, the only way I was interested in doing it,” the New York native told The Hollywood Reporter in March, adding that she wanted her version of the character to be an “ambitious inventor” but it didn’t materialize.

The Only Murders in the HouseGuest star also claimed that the script was about Barbie creating high heels out of Jell-O. “I felt like I was disappointing my team by not being Barbie,” she added. “The idea that that’s just what every woman must want, right there, I should have gone, ‘You’ve got the wrong gal.’”

Robbie was recast in Barbie, the Golden Globe nominee teased how the character’s arc “comes with a lot of baggage.”

“But with that come[s] a lot of exciting ways to attack it,” she told Vogue in August 2021, noting there would be “a lot of nostalgic” connections for viewers “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.’”

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