Step into the enchanting world of "Barbie" like never before! From clever nods to Barbie's rich history to charming visual cues that will tug at your heartstrings, each Easter egg has been thoughtfully placed to create a memorable and immersive adventure.
Therefore, we've compiled a list of some Easter eggs sprinkled throughout the movie that are guaranteed to leave you with a warm, fuzzy feeling. These delightful hidden gems add an extra layer of magic to an already captivating tale, ensuring that your next viewing experience will be brimming with excitement and joy. Whether you're a devoted Barbie enthusiast or a casual moviegoer, these sweet surprises are bound to make you smile. So, let's scroll down to see the 10 most endearing Easter eggs in "Barbie" that will melt your heart and reignite your love for this timeless tale.
#1. Allan (later changed to Alan) was launched in 1964 to be Ken’s buddy.
That's not all, though. He could wear Ken's clothes with others and go to Ken and Barbie's wedding, which was its main selling point. The Wedding Day Alan doll, one of his well-known releases, showed him on his special day, the day he married Midge, a close friend of Barbie's. Allan was regrettably eventually discontinued.
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#2. The Pegasus statue.
This is not an accident. The iconic 2005 film Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus is referred to in the statue.
#3. Ruth Handler and Barbie touching hands.
There is a scene in the movie where Ruth, the creator of the Barbie dolls, hands Barbie a cup of tea, and their hands come into touch. The hand-touching gesture shown in the well-known Michelangelo painting, which represents the creation of the first man, is referred to in this scene.
#4. The Barbie movie theater.
Barbie is leaving Barbie Land to go to the real world when she drives next to a movie theater that features posters of The Wizard of Oz. Still, the posters are not the only hints to the film. If you look closely, you can see a yellow brick road leading to Oz inside the theater.
#5. The Tutti Frutti store.
We can see a story named Tutti Frutti in the background of all Barbies and Kens saying "Hi, Barbie." This is referred to Barbie's and Skipper's endearing younger sister Tutti, who made her debut in 1965. In case you don't know, Tutti has a twin brother, Todd, and the dolls were purchased in pair, but their joyous reign finally ended in 1971.
#6. Margot Robbie doesn’t have any rings on her hands.
This brilliant connection to the toy dolls' fused fingers, which prevents them from wearing rings, gives the movie a delightful air of realism. We must admit, though, that the level of detail is incredible.
#7. Barbie’s car is actually real.
It drives and is powered by electricity. Who knew Barbie was so co-friendly? Barbie may also be shown in the film going hands-free as she travels across Barbie Land welcoming her buddy, implying that, unlike the original 1956 pink Corvette, the modified one may be autonomous.
#8. The Barbie magazine.
There is a scene in which a Barbie reads a Barbie magazine. This is a reference to the original Barbie magazine, which was published from May 1988 until May 2006. The magazine was actually very cool, with puzzles, crafts, stickers, and facts.
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#9. The woman on the bench is Ann Roth.
Ann Roth, the Oscar-winning costume designer, was really asked to appear in the film by her friend Greta Gerwig, Barbie's director.
#10. The odd Barbie.
Only one Barbie is not dressed in pink in the scene as the Barbies celebrate their win. The Barbie with the bluebonnet and clothing is a nod to the 1991 Teen Talk Barbie - a talking Barbie. Some of the catchphrases, however, generated controversy, and the dolls were discontinued.
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