If you’re waiting for Barbie, you can’t miss this: the official song and one more trailer

If you’re waiting for Barbie, you can’t miss this: the official song and one more trailer


A few days after its premiere, Barbie revealed two big surprises that encourage all her fans: the official song and the latest trailer.

Barbie It is getting closer to being released and all the details of the production are being advanced. At least those that can be anticipated without spoilers, of course. This is the case of the main song, which will be performed by Dua Lipa. On the other hand, a third and last trailer was revealed, revealing many surprises and exciting those who are waiting for it.

Margot Robbie as Barbie
Warner Bros. Pictures

With just under 24 hours of being published at the time this article was written, the topic already has more than 2.8 million views. While these figures confirm the fame of the Albanian singer, who has 21.6 million subscribers on her YouTube, they also make it clear that many are waiting for Barbie. This could be one of the most watched premieres of 2023, taking into account that despite being suggested for people over 16 years of age, it could gather a very diverse audience.

Without further ado, this is the official music video for Barbie’s official song, Dance The Night:

On the other hand, a final trailer was shared by Warner Bros. This is the third teaser that has been released before the release of the film. The promotional video finally shows the central part of the argument, showing how the protagonist is discovering reality. Being different from the others, she begins to suspect that all of her reality is a fraud. Also, the musical piece of Dua Lipa plays in the background.

These news come after the soundtrack lineup of the feature film

About Barbie

“To live in Barbie land is to be a perfect being in a perfect place. Unless you have a total existential crisis. Or be a Ken“Is what the official synopsis says.

From Oscar-nominated writer-director, Greta Gerwig (“Little Women,” “Lady Bird”) arrives Barbie. It stars Oscar nominees Margot Robbie (“Bombshell,” “I, Tonya”) and Ryan Gosling (“La La Land,” “Half Nelson”) as Barbie and Ken. John Cena was one of those who recently confirmed his participation.

Next to America Ferrera (“End of Watch,” the “How to Train Your Dragon” films), the cast also includes Kate McKinnon (“Bombshell,” “Yesterday”). Joining are Michael Cera (“Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,” “Juno”), Ariana Greenblatt (“Avengers: Infinity War,” “65”) and Issa Rae (“The Photograph,” “Insecure”).

Other stars like Rhea Perlman (“I’ll See You in My Dreams,” “Matilda”) and Will Ferrell (the films “Anchorman”, “Talladega Nights”) will be part. The latter, in fact, is confirmed as the villain of the production.


The film also stars Ana Cruz Kayne (“Little Women”), Emma Mackey (“Emily,” “Sex Education”), Hari Nef (“Assassination Nation,” “Transparent”), Alexandra Shipp (the “X-Men” movies), Kingsley Ben-Adir (“One Night in Miami,” “Peaky Blinders”), simu liu (“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”), Ncuti Gatwa (“Sex Education”), Scott Evans (“Grace and Frankie”), Jamie Demetriou (“Cruella”), Connor Swindells (“Sex Education”, “Emma”), Sharon Rooney (“Dumbo,” “Jerk”), Nicola Coughlan (“Bridgerton,” “Derry Girls”), Ritu Arya (“The Umbrella Academy”), Dua Lipa and Oscar winner Helen Mirren ( “The Queen”).

Gerwig directed “Barbie” from a screenplay by herself and Oscar nominee Noah Baumbach (“Marriage Story,” “The Squid and the Whale”), based on Barbie from mattel.