The Barbie crew turns the London Eye pink to celebrate the movie premiere
Hollywood feels more like the center of the universe than ever this week as the arrival of the year’s two biggest movies coincides with the historic cast’s strike.
Predict Greta Gerwig Barbie and Christopher Nolan Oppenheimer reached its peak before being released in unison on 21 July.
Axios This week I reported that movie theaters in Texas, Washington, D.C. and Atlanta are already sold out for the Margot Robbie-led show about the famous toy doll.
while, Oppenheimer Star Matt Damon got personal about his decision to star in the film, which came after he promised his wife he would take a break from acting in couples therapy.
OppenheimerThe London premiere was cut short, as the cast left early in preparation for the SAG-AFTRA strike, which began hours after the event.
The actors’ union has joined the Writers Guild of America, which has been on strike since early May, over demands for higher base wages and leftovers in the age of broadcast television, as well as assurances that their work will not be replaced by artificial intelligence.
The Independent gives Oppenheimer four stars
In her four-star review, The IndependentFilm critic Clarice Loughrey called Oppenheimer Christopher Nolan’s “best and most revealing work”.
She wrote, “The film is constructed in such a way as to allow its audience to understand, on an intellectual level, the power and profound chaos that lead to a central character seeing himself as ‘Death, destroyer of worlds’ of the Hindu scriptures.”
However, Loughrey adds that Oppenheimer Perhaps he fails to dig deep into that deep emotional space that can be overwhelming and hard to articulate. It’s very self-conscious, and the ways in which cinema shapes its reality.”
Read the full review here:
Matthew CooperJuly 19, 2023 17:17
Will the movie “Oppenheimer” be released in Japan?
Due to the nature of the topics involved, many people wonder if Oppenheimer It will be released in Japan.
The film depicts the atomic bombs falling on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing about 200,000 people.
So some rumors have been circulating that the movie is about an area band; However, this was debunked.
Tom MurrayJuly 19, 2023 21:39
“Oppenheimer” surpasses “Barbie” on Rotten Tomatoes
Barbie It debuted on Rotten Tomatoes yesterday (July 18) with an impressive critics score of 90 percent.
However, Christopher Nolan Oppenheimer It cherry-picked a near-perfect score of 94 percent at the time of writing.
Tom MurrayJuly 19, 2023 19:56
Is your Barbiecore ready for your movie picnic?
Over the past two weeks, the hype surrounding Greta Gerwig’s new live-action film has turned the world into “Barbieland,” where fashionistas embrace movie-inspired costumes and obsess over Margot Robbie’s odes to vintage Mattel dolls on the red carpet. Among pink gowns, fur frills, polka dots, and cat heels, Barbie He became the official fashion designer for summer wear — which is awesome.
So if you need some Barbiecore inspiration, keep reading:
Fans desperately want to find the perfect pink look for seeing Barbie in theaters
Inga BarkelleJuly 19, 2023 19:30
Australian Margot Robbie briefly forgot what “Barbie” means in Australia
Oops, looks like Margot Robbie has been spending quite a bit of time away from her native Australia.
During an appearance on the Australian Channel Ten network The project talk show co-host Sam Taunton mentioned to Greta Gerwig that the word “Barbie” does not refer to the popular doll in the country.
“It means a lot to a lot of people,” he said. “I’m not sure if Margot told you, but ‘Barbie’ means something else in Australia. Did Greta tell you that?”
But Robbie, who was born in the rural town of Dalby in Queensland, Australia, looked confused and asked, “What does this mean here?”
The Barbie star was embarrassed by her fatal mistake
Inga BarkelleJuly 19, 2023 18:30
Barbie and Oppenheimer’s inability to do more publicity casts like the end of a day’s assignment in The Apprentice
Tom MurrayJuly 19, 2023 18:03
“Oppenheimer” has a rating of 96 percent on Rotten Tomatoes
Tom MurrayJuly 19, 2023 17:47
Vue CEO says 22 percent of people who booked tickets for “Oppenheimer” also booked tickets for “Barbie”
In a statement sent to The IndependentTim Richards, Founder and CEO of Vue International, said: “We are seeing incredible demand in the UK for Christopher Nolan. Oppenheimer and Greta Gerwig Barbiepart of this summer’s blockbuster wave, and 22% of people who booked tickets for Oppenheimer Also book tickets for Barbie.
“Barbie Pre-sales to date are higher than any other film released this year and we expect that strong demand to continue Barbie On track to become the biggest blockbuster of 2023 in the UK so far.”
Vue added that ie Barbie Fans who bring the real Kane with them to the cinema series during Barbie Opening weekend (July 21-23) will get you either a Tango Ice Blast or free popcorn.
Tom MurrayJuly 19, 2023 17:35
Every Barbie-inspired outfit Margot Robbie has worn to date
Margot Robbie delivered some memorable fashion moments throughout the press tour of the highly anticipated fashion show Barbie Film, and the appearance keeps coming.
The actor kicked off the “Barbie” press tour with a cool plastic style
Inga BarkelleJuly 19, 2023 17:30
Should you see Barbie or Oppenheimer first?
Now that Barbenheimer is officially upon us, have you bought your tickets? If you haven’t and are still debating whether you should see Barbie or Oppenheimer First, here are some things to keep in mind.
BarbieRuntime 1 hour 54 minutes, and Oppenheimer 3 hours is a whopping. I’m not sure about your theaters, but I had a hard time finding a place that offered a long enough time gap if I were to start Oppenheimer.
So, you choose Barbie First, this way I’ll sit around the cinema for an hour, before I finish my Christopher Nolan drama.
Although if time isn’t an issue, I’ve heard plenty of people argue about why you should be seen Oppenheimer First – so that you can end your day on a happy note Barbie.
Inga BarkelleJuly 19, 2023, 17:00
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