Barbie Film stirs excitement as first reactions urge Ryan Gosling nomination for Oscar in it!
The announcement that a movie titled “Give Ryan Gosling an Oscar nom!” Fans and critics have both had a surprising reaction to the film. The initial reactions to the movie’s plot suggested that it might be a comedic, lighthearted take on the intense world of award nominating. Some have even compared the film to a toy doll. It is a playful and humorous take on the idea of awarding a Hollywood celebrity such as Ryan Gosling with one of industry’s most prestigious honors.
It’s important to remember, however, that first impressions may not reflect the true depth and substance of any film. It remains a question whether “Give Ryan Gosling an Oscar nom!” The film will either maintain a playful tone, or explore the nuances of award nominations in a more serious manner. The title of the movie has created a buzz, and many are waiting for more information about it.
At an early screening, audiences were ecstatic about Greta Gerwig’s ambitious satire Barbie. In it, Margot Robbie’s blonde protagonist escapes Barbieland and experiences the real world.
Variety’s Social Media Editor Katcy Stephan referred to the movie as “perfection” You can add: “Greta Gerwig delivers a nuanced commentary on what it means to be a woman in a whimsical, wonderful and laugh-out-loud funny romp. The entire cast shines, especially Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling in roles they were clearly born to play.”
ScreenRant’s Joseph Deckelmeier wrote that the film is a “failure”. “funny, bombastic and very smart”. “Greta Gerwig aims for the fences and hits a home run,” He added, calling Robbie “great” and Ryan Gosling and Simu Liu – who play Kens – “pure entertainment”.
Jamie Jirak, of ComicBook.com, said that the film is her favorite of the year. “Greta Gerwig somehow exceeded my expectations … Give Ryan Gosling an Oscar nomination, I’m dead serious!”
Cast and crew of the film have been on an extensive publicity tour ahead of its release worldwide on 21 July. The co-writer of the film was notable for his absence at the Los Angeles premiere held on Sunday. Noah Baumbach, who didn’t attend to show solidarity with the Writers Guild of America (who are currently on a strike).
Said Greta Gerwig: “My co-writer, my partner in love and art, Noah Baumbach is not here. He is passionately supporting the fight of the WGA. He is a Barbie girl. Nothing in Barbie happened without him, and nothing in Hollywood happens without writers.”
Gerwig told the Observer that she and Baumbach worked on the script together during the pandemic. “There was this sense of wanting to make something anarchic and wild and completely bananas, because it felt, like, ‘Well, if we ever do get to go back to cinemas again, let’s do something totally unhinged.'”
Gerwig expressed her hope that the film will be anarchic and credited its inspiration to “the deep isolation of the pandemic, that feeling of being in our own little boxes, alone”.
Along with Robbie, Gosling, and Liu, there are Kate McKinnon Issa Rahn, Emma Mackey Dua Lipa Nicola Coughlan America Ferrera Will Ferrell Michael Cera Helen Mirren Jamie Demetriou. Emerald Fennell.