Margot Robbie’s 32nd Birthday Was Celebrated on The Greta Gerwig Movie Set with A Pink Barbie Cake

This year, Margot Robbie experienced the ideal birthday. The Oscar contender celebrated her 32nd birthday on Saturday on the set of Greta Gerwig’s Barbie movie. She was given a large pink Barbie doll and was also seen entering the set carrying a large pink box of Trejo’s Donuts and a party hat hanging from her finger.

Robbie was once more seen flaunting her neon rollerblading look alongside co-star Ryan Gosling, who plays Ken in the film, in addition to donning her pink cowgirl dress. She covered the costume with a white dress shirt for males.

The Hollywood Reporter claims that Will Ferrell, who portrays the CEO of a toy firm (perhaps Mattel, the maker of Barbie), was earlier spotted rollerblading on Venice Beach with Robbie and Ryan Gosling, both 41.

Margot Robbie's 32nd birthday was celebrated on the Greta Gerwig movie set with a pink Barbie cake

The beloved doll “gets expelled from Barbieland because she’s not flawless enough, a little weird, and doesn’t fit in,” according to the movie, which follows her journey. She then embarks on a real-world adventure, and by the time she returns to Barbieland to save it, she has come to the knowledge that perfection is found internally, not outside.

This year, Margot Robbie experienced the ideal birthday.  Additionally, Barbie discovers that the “secret to happiness is belief in oneself, free of the obligation to comply to some impossible standard of perfection,” in accordance with an early narrative summary made available by Deadline.

Margot Robbie's 32nd birthday was celebrated on the Greta Gerwig movie set with a pink Barbie cake

After Gerwig, 38, was chosen to helm the movie last year from a screenplay she and collaborator Noah Baumbach wrote, America Ferrera, Simu Liu, Issa Rae, Michael Cera, and Kate McKinnon also joined the cast. Through her LuckyChap label, Robbie also works as a producer. Following her early 2019 acceptance of the coveted job, Robbie teased the movie in 2020, saying to The Hollywood Reporter, “Whatever you’re thinking, it’s not that.”

We enjoy things that seem a little off-balance, she remarked. Our aim is to say, “Whatever you’re thinking, we’re going to give you something totally different — the thing you didn’t know you needed,” in contrast to something like Barbie where the name or IP immediately conjures up the thought, “Oh, Margot is playing Barbie, I know what that is.

Margot Robbie's 32nd birthday was celebrated on the Greta Gerwig movie set with a pink Barbie cake

“Can we now honor the IP and the fan base in a true way while also surprising people?” We’re truly going on all cylinders if we can accomplish that and start a smart discussion, Robbie continued. To PEOPLE, the Australian actress earlier voiced her eagerness for the part. I believe it’s a fantastic chance to spread happiness and to set an example for younger children, she said. Barbie is scheduled to debut on July 21, 2023.

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