Margot Robbie keeps a low profile with a baggy overcoat as she arrives at JFK Airport in New York City after promoting her new film Barbie
Margot Robbie was nearly unrecognizable as she arrived at JFK Airport in New York City wearing a face mask on Sunday.
The 32-year-old Australian actress — who was spotted doing Barbie reshoots in Los Angeles two weeks ago — hid her slender frame under a black double-breasted overcoat and brown trousers as she grabbed her luggage.
The Wolf Of Wall Street star’s honey-highlighted hair fell naturally over her shoulders as she moved through the travel hub solo.
Robbie’s NYC landing comes after she promoted her hotly-anticipated new film with co-star Ryan Gosling, 42, at CinemaCon in Las Vegas.
The Once Upon A Time In Hollywood star wowed at the event in a pink two-piece ensemble that showed off her incredibly toned physique.
Barbie girl: Margot Robbie arrived at JFK Airport in New York City wearing a face mask on Sunday
Low-key look: The 32-year-old Australian actress hid her slender frame under a black double-breasted overcoat that hung loosely on her and brown trousers as she grabbed her luggage
Margot posed with her costar Ryan who will play a version of the Ken doll in the quirky new movie that is set for a July 21, 2023 release.
The cast is a who’s who of Hollywood powerhouses, with Will Ferrell playing the CEO of Mattel and Helen Mirren as the narrator.
Dua Lipa, who also plays one of the Barbies, will release a single written for the movie, MailOnline has revealed.
Robbie is the executive producer of the new film, and also plays the lead role, and is set to cash in big time if the film is a success.
Photos from the set of the film have been whetting fans’ appetites for over a year, and viewers got another official glimpse of what to expect in a new trailer released Tuesday.
In what appears to be a fish-out-of-water comedy, Margot’s Barbie is seen having fun with Ryan’s Ken in a hyper-real Barbie-inspired world — dubbed ‘Barbieland’ — where there are many iterations of the iconic dolls in existence.
Playing on the quirky premise of what the Mattel dolls would do if left to their own devices, the teaser features a comical scene between Ryan and Margot about spending the night together.
‘I thought I might stay over tonight,’ Ryan’s Ken asks Margot’s Barbie. ‘To do what?’ she replies innocently.
After a brief awkward pause he responds: ‘I’m not actually sure.’
Promo-mode: Robbie has been promoting her highly-anticipated new film Barbie, which stars Ryan Gosling
Robbie is set to make an extraordinary amount of money from her new movie Barbie as she is the executive producer and also plays the lead role
Barbie and Ken go rogue: Their plastic-fantastic lives are turned upside down (quite literally) when they are seen traveling to the ‘real world’ in a car the spins up in the air
Hi Ken! Gosling displays his abs while channeling Barbie’s love interest
Living dolls! Margot channeled her inner Barbie for the press conference earlier this week – alongside co-star Gosling who will be playing Ken
Star studded: (L-R) Margot’s producer husband Tom Ackerley, Gosling, America Ferrera, Margot, director Greta Gerwig and producer David Heyman at CinemaCon on Tuesday
However, their plastic-fantastic lives are turned upside down (quite literally) when they are seen traveling to the ‘real world’ in a car that spins up into the air.
The film is based on the fashion doll line by Mattel, where the CEO Mattell Ynon Kreiz said the company expected the Barbie product to continue growing, adding: ‘We couldn’t be more excited about Barbie’s long-term prospects.’
Will Ferrell’s character, who is in charge of the toy company, somehow brings his figures to life, welcoming them into civilization.
The Barbie brand generated over USD 1.2 billion in gross sales last year and the doll turned 64 this week, first debuting the original on March 9, 1959.
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