Social media users are obsessed with Margot Robbie’s feet in the new trailer for the Barbie movie that mirrors the iconic doll’s pose, which sees her standing on tiptoe.
And after the official announcement was released on Tuesday, fans of the doll took to Instagram and Twitter to gush about the backs of the 32-year-old heroine’s feet.
At the start of the clip, Margot is seen stepping out of a pair of sparkly pink heels, giving fans a glimpse of her from calf down.
As the platinum blonde champ removes her feet from the shoes, viewers see her standing in a Barbie pose that makes it look like she’s wearing an invisible pair of heels — her feet are arched and her toes are pointed.
Social media users are obsessing over Margot’s “beautiful” feet in the new Barbie movie trailer — even joking that she made them develop a “foot fetish”
At the start of the teaser, Margot is seen stepping out of a pair of sparkly pink heels, giving fans a glimpse of her lower leg.
After the official announcement was made yesterday, fans of the doll took to Instagram and Twitter to gush over the 32-year-old’s feet.
The shot caused a social media meltdown, with many people admitting they would pay for a ticket just to look better.
Viewers flocked to social media to share their thoughts on the actress’s feet, with one fan writing: “She took her foot out of the heel just to be in the shape of a Barbie foot…this is cinema.”
Many of them even joked that it made them develop a “foot fetish”.
One person wrote: “The first shot of the Barbie movie trailer is a shot of Margot Robbie’s feet. They know there is a huge group of guys out there who would pay to see this in IMAX.
“Can we talk about how beautiful Margot Robbie’s feet are?” someone else said.
Another person added, “Margot Robbie’s feet are about to make me buy a ticket to Barbie.”
Other people have joked about developing a “foot fetish” because of the blonde’s arched feet.
One wrote: “Margot Robbie just made me a footman.”
Another said, “Obviously they should have shown this as a reference to Barbie dolls, but whoever stands on Margot Robbie while having a foot fetish should enjoy her cinematography like crazy.”
One of the comments read: “Big day for Margot Robbie fans who also have a foot fetish.”
One user simply added, “Margot Robbie made me develop a foot fetish.”
“As Margot Robbie stan and a foot fetish, this might as well be Christmas,” one fan on social media joked.
Viewers flocked to social media to share their thoughts on the actress’s feet
Another Twitter user said: “I don’t have a foot fetish but Margot Robbie might make me reconsider.”
“With the foot on the front in Wolf of Wall Street, now out of heels and still having the perfect shape of a Barbie foot, Margot Robbie has got to be one of the best wikivot reviews ever,” another wrote.
Others called Margot’s feet “attractive” and “perfect.”
Film fans also pointed out that the shots of the actress’ feet were a reference to one of director Greta Gerwig’s peers.
Among a bunch of photos from his movies where his feet are displayed, someone says: “Directed by Quentin Tarantino.”
Quentin, who played Margot in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, has previously been accused of having a foot fetish.
The director’s films frequently show close-up shots of people’s feet.
Others have suggested that the actress’ foot shots were a nod to one of director Greta Gerwig’s peers.
Because of this, he was forced to treat his alleged foot fetish from before.
Speaking to GQ in 2021, he said, “There’s a lot of underfoot in a lot of good directors’ films. Before me, the person who was defined by the foot fetish was Luis Buñuel, another film director. Hitchcock was accused of it and Sofia Coppola was accused of it.
The trailer comes after that teaser Greeting for Stanley Kubrick, 2001: A Space OdysseyAnd now, fans get another in-depth look at the dazzling world of Barbie Land featuring Margot and Ryan Gosling Like Barbie and Ken.
The film shows the actress enjoying her time with her lover, Ken V Barbie Land, where there are many versions of the iconic doll.
Margot wowed in the official teaser for the upcoming movie about the iconic Mattel doll, which was released on Tuesday.
Viewers are immersed in a world where all women are called Barbie and all men are called Ken, leading to the chorus of “Hi Barbie!” When the Margot character hits the beach
Based on the stylish Barbie dolls designed by Mattel by Ruth Handler, the movie is the first ever live-action Barbie movie to be brought to the big screen.
Viewers are thrown into a world that sees all the women called Barbie and the men called Ken.
This leads to the chorus of “Hi, Barbie!” When the Margot character hits the beach.
Throughout the movie, Margot wanders through Barbie Land, a thread-colored town dotted with bright pastel colours.
Based on Ruth Handler’s Mattel fashion dolls, the movie is the first ever live-action Barbie movie to be brought to the big screen, featuring a screenplay Greta co-wrote with partner Noah Baumbach.
The movie is scheduled to be released on July 21 this year.