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Barbie's Second Teaser Has Fans Obsessing Over The Accuracy Of Barbie's World

The stunning cinematography and production design are some of the many details of Greta Gerwig's live-action "Barbie" movie that immediately catches the eye. But for a franchise that has been in existence since the 1950s through merchandise, games, and more, the accuracy of the title characters' fictional world was bound to grab the attention of fans.

In the top comments section of the film's second teaser, fan @TechGaming093 stated, "This movie truly [encapsulates] what it feels like to be a Barbie girl, living in a Barbie world." @lido8568 replied, "it just looks like life in plastic, it's fantastic!" which is an homage to the lyrics for Aqua's 1997 song "Barbie Girl."

The bright colors, vapid dialogue, and candy-colored fantasy landscape are just as prominent to viewers as the unique appearance and performances of Margot Robbie (Barbie), Ryan Gosling (Ken), and more. Here is what fans have to say about the authenticity of Barbie's world and how it relates to the aesthetic of the mega-popular toy line.

The teaser clip has fans praising the over-the-top world of Barbie and her friends

Although director Greta Gerwig feared "Barbie" would ruin her career, viewer response to the second promotional clip of the feature is mainly positive. The movie's unique look, combined with Gerwig and co-screenwriter Noah Baumbach's perceptive writing, highlights the absurdity of the exaggerated plasticity of its world. In the trailer's comment section on YouTube, @tonymata8070 pointed out how the feature seems aware of its absurdity and runs with this theme to significant effect.

Commenter @jaswallis pointed out how the film's technical crew captured Barbie Land by stating, "I love that they stayed within every thing that makes barbie. It wasn't just a glamorous blonde girl, they got the bright colours , the over the top outfits , plastic body poses and names etc. I feel like I'm watching the dolls and sets I played with as a kid come to life and it's FUN."

The visuals were frequently mentioned in the comments section as a significant reference point in initial fan reactions. @leafyplants2555 observed how immaculate the colors and graphics appear while praising how the promo didn't give away too much of the plot.

If viewer observations are anything to go by, Barbie World has never looked as grand as what Gerwig and her team have created.