Margot Robbie disappointed she didn’t get to snog Ryan Gosling in Barbie
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She might have played Barbie on the big screen but Margot Robbie didn’t get to lock lips with Ken aka Ryan Gosling.
Whilst the Aussie actor was pleased with Barbie’s new take on the living doll, she was understandably a little disappointed.
To make matters even worse though, the Aussie actor was even teased by her mates after failing to kiss her heartthrob co-star. Spoilers ahead, you have been warned.
After suffering some mishaps, like falling off her roof and her feet touching the ground, the doll leaves Barbieland and goes on a journey of self-discovery - even ditching her iconic pink wardrobe in the process.
It’s pretty heart-warming stuff as the ‘stereotypical Barbie’ learns what it means to be a real woman.
Sadly though, this also means leaving her long-term boyfriend behind with not even a kiss between the two characters.
Though it’s good to see Barbie being in charge of her own fate, the reduced romance was a little disappointing for fans and the Aussie actor too.
In fact, Robbie told People that the lack of kissing ‘didn’t feel like a win’ for her.
She then revealed to the US outlet: “All of my girlfriends were like, ‘Well you did a whole movie with him and you don’t kiss? What’s wrong with you? I thought you were kind of in charge on this one!’”
However, the Wolf of Wall Street star was able to see the funny side, joking: “I was like, ‘I know, I can’t check that one off [my list]'.”
Despite this, both Robbie and Gosling have some pretty hilarious moments on screen as they portray the dolls’ often awkward relationship.
In one scene, they also attempt to kiss but couldn’t get their lips close enough – much like the real-life dolls.
Referring to the hilarious scene, Gosling said: “It was so funny trying to figure out what their idea of kissing might be.”
He then revealed that there may have been more romance beyond what was shown on screen, adding: “I’m so glad all of that got cut out.”
Even without a kiss though, Barbie has broken box office records as it became the highest opening weekend for a film directed by a woman.
Reports suggest that the film may have taken as much as $155 million (£120m) so far, compare to Oppenheimer which took just $93.7 million (£72m).
Talk about girl power!