Barbie took the world by storm after premiering this summer and went on to become the highest-grossing film of the year. Its fans are still wondering if this film with get a sequel given its enormous success, and Margot Robbie recently shared her thoughts about coming back for another ride.
Robbie discussed what’s to come for Barbie in a recent interview with The Associated Press and shot down the possibility of coming back for another Barbie film.
“I think we put everything into this one. We didn’t build it to be a trilogy or something. Greta put everything into this movie, so I can’t imagine what would be next,” said Robbie.
The director Greta Gerwig initially felt the same way and told Time she didn’t want to fall into the trap of trying to set up a first movie whilst also planning for sequels. Despite the fact she didn’t write Barbie with a potential follow-up in mind, she’s not opposed to the possibility either.
“There’s a tone and a humor and a joy, and obviously the world is so beautiful. I want to go back to Barbie Land,” she later told People.
Barbie hit the theaters on July 21 and grossed $1.44 billion worldwide, setting several box office records along the way.