Director Greta Gerwig Says She Made a ‘Spicy Margarita’ for ‘Barbie’

Barbie, Greta Gerwig’s most recent project, is a movie that aims to make people think deeply and feel deeply.

Gerwig wrote the script for Barbie, which was a difficult job, but she didn’t plan to direct it at first. With stars like Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling, the movie is likely to be a big hit this summer.

In an interview with Reuters, Gerwig said that she hoped the depth of her version would surprise people. Even though the movie is not just a joke, she wanted people to think deeply and feel deeply about it.

Since she was made in 1959, Barbie has been a cultural icon and a lasting figure. It has always interested Gerwig that people both make and question the doll. She looked into Barbie’s past and thought about what it means that she is such an iconic figure.

Even though some people had doubts, Gerwig took on the challenges of making the movie and stayed dedicated to addressing all of Barbie’s past. She didn’t want the movie to be just a commercial for the doll, and she felt it was her duty to talk directly about important topics.

Gerwig says that Barbie is like a “spicy margarita” because she wanted to surprise, entertain, and make people think and feel.