The rumors of a sequel to the movie "Barbie," starring Margot Robbie and directed by Greta Gerwig, have been the talk of the town. The speculations are rife, even though the first installment of "Barbie" is yet to be released. Robbie and Gerwig have responded to these rumors, hinting at the possibility of a sequel.
Rumors Spark Interest
Director Greta Gerwig and lead actress Margot Robbie have responded to the rumors of a sequel to "Barbie", indicating that they haven't completely ruled out the possibility. However, they have made it clear that they had no plans for a trilogy. Despite the success of the movie, they have not confirmed a second part.
Robbie's Stand on Sequels
Margot Robbie has responded to the rumors about a possible Barbie sequel, stating that they didn't conceive the movie to be part of a trilogy. She emphasized that the movie has shown that not all productions need to be sequels, prequels, or remakes. Robbie's statement highlights the fact that original movies can still be highly successful at the box office, without the need for sequels, prequels, or remakes.
High Expectations for Barbie
The first installment of "Barbie" is anticipated highly due to the talent involved in the production. Margot Robbie is not only acting in the movie but is also involved in the production through her company, LuckyChap Entertainment. Greta Gerwig, known for her work in "Lady Bird" and "Little Women", is the director and co-writer along with Noah Baumbach. Robbie's and Gerwig's responses have further sparked interest and speculation about the future of the "Barbie" franchise, with fans and critics alike anticipating what a sequel might bring.