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Simu Liu Teases The Barbie Movie’s Dance Sequence, And How He Landed The Role Opposite Margot Robbie

You may know Chinese-Canadian actor Simu Liu as Marvel superhero Shang-Chi, a great fighter with no fear of showing off his martial arts moves. The next project of Liu’s we’re talking about is not the Marvel star getting ripped for another superhero film, but for Greta Gerwig’s Barbie movie! He’s a Kung Fu boy in a Barbie world. Simu Liu is baiting us with hype by talking about how he landed the role opposite Margo Robbie, as well as a dance sequence he will be featured in.
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Margot Robbie Could Replace Johnny Depp in Pirates of the Caribbean

Who will replace Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow? Turns out, Margot Robbie in talks. As the defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard barrels on, there is speculation about the future of Depp’s projects. Anyone 25 and under may know Depp first and foremost as Captain Jack Sparrow, the inebriated swashbuckling pirate he’s portrayed in The Pirates of the Caribbean films. Now, the fate of his biggest — and drunkest — role remains in limbo.
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Did Margot Robbie Really Have a Secret Letterboxd Account? An Investigation

Margot Robbie has never had a big presence on social media, posting on Instagram only sparingly before deactivating her account last year. Imagine her fans’ delight, then, when they managed to track down what they believed to be the 31-year-old actor and producer on Letterboxd, a site where users connect over their taste in cinema and rate and discuss films. Her alleged account didn’t share insight into what Robbie’s been streaming, which appeared to include M*A*S*H, Sweeney Todd, and The Italian Job. It also seemed to reveal more about two of Robbie’s most highly anticipated (and mysterious) projects, Greta Gerwig’s Barbie and Damien Chazelle’s Babylon.

‘Barbie’ Movie Spoilers: Margot Robbie, Ryan Gosling Won’t Be The Only Barbie, Ken

Barbie will seemingly get the “multiverse” treatment in the upcoming live-action adaptation since Margot Robbie will not be the only one portraying the iconic doll. Kyle Buchanan of the New York Times took to Twitter Wednesday to share exciting tidbits about the highly anticipated project. Among the “incredible” spoilers he shared was the idea that there would be multiple versions of Barbie in the film.

Margot Robbie Could Be Starring in the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Franchise

As one of Hollywood’s most talented actors, it’s no surprise everyone wants to work with Margot Robbie, including producer Jerry Bruckheimer. Bruckheimer revealed he has Robbie in mind for a Pirates of the Caribbean spin-off. However, a script to reboot the main series is also in the works. “Yes. We’re talking to Margot Robbie,” he told The Sunday Times. “We are developing two Pirates scripts — one with her, one without.”

7 Must-Watch Margot Robbie Performances From ‘I, Tonya’ to ‘Birds of Prey’

It’s rare that an actor can make an audience forget that what they’re watching is, in fact, a performance. Two-time Academy Award-nominated actress Margot Robbie possesses a striking ability to immerse herself entirely into each of her characters. From the vehement Naomi Lapaglia in The Wolf of Wall Street to the insecure Queen Elizabeth I in Mary, Queen of Scots, Robbie’s characters are often flawed and perplexing people. However, she finds the humanity in each one, which is what makes all of her films so deeply resonant with audiences.

Margot Robbie reveals movie inspiration for ‘Barbie’ on Letterboxd account

A fan has uncovered a Letterboxd account for Margot Robbie which accidentally reveals the influences behind her upcoming blockbuster ‘Barbie’. The account has since been deleted, but a screenshot remains that list five movies under a folder titled ‘Barbie’ suggesting that the actress is using them as inspiration for her role.

Jerry Bruckheimer Gets Asked If Johnny Depp Could Return For The Pirates Of The Caribbean Movie Not Starring Margot Robbie. Here’s What He Says

It’s been nearly five years since a new Pirates of the Caribbean installment has graced the big screen, and a number of fans are eager for another outing. In 2020, it was reported that a sixth movie was in development and would feature a predominantly female cast led by Margot Robbie. While Robbie subsequently addressed the reports with a cheeky tease months later, not much has been said since then. Of course, many are surely curious as to whether there’s a real possibility that Johnny Depp could return as Captain Jack Sparrow in a future movie. Now, producer Jerry Bruckheimer has spoken on that matter.

Pirates Of The Caribbean 6 May Set Sail With Margot Robbie In The Lead

What will we do with a drunken franchise? It's the question Disney has been wrestling with since 2017's "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales" became both the franchise's worst-reviewed and lowest-grossing film in the U.S. to date. (It was only saved by a strong turnout at the global box office.) The obvious answer would be "Stop making 'Pirates of the Caribbean' movies and do something original," but this is Disney we're talking about. So long as there's even a slim shot at finding box office treasure, the studio won't be giving up on this swashbuckling property anytime soon.

Disney to replace Johnny Depp as lead in ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ franchise; eyes Margot Robbie as new star

It’s pretty much confirmed. Johnny Depp will not be returning as Jack Sparrow in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise at this point. The franchise’s producer Jerry Bruckheimer told The Sunday Times they are working on two scripts. One of these scripts is for Margot Robbie to star, and the other one is not. As for Sparrow’s return, he said this: “Not at this point. The future is yet to be decided.”

Margot Robbie in Talks to Lead Next Pirates of the Caribbean Film

As part of an interview with Pirates of the Caribbean producer Jerry Bruckheimer, it has been revealed that the next Pirates film could star Margot Robbie. “Yes. We’re talking to Margot Robbie. We are developing two Pirates scripts — one with her, one without,” Bruckheimer told The Times said when asked about whether or not he was working on a Pirates of the Caribbean film with a female lead. This comes after plenty of speculation online as to whether Robbie would be in the sixth Pirates of the Caribbean film or a female-led spin-off, following a report stating that Robbie would be in a Pirates film written by Christina Hodson back in June of 2020.

Simu Liu Chose Margot Robbie’s ‘Barbie’ After an Agent Said It’s One of the Best Scripts Ever

Simu Liu knew almost nothing about Greta Gerwig and Margot Robbie’s “Barbie” when he agreed to audition for a role in the movie. So why did the “Shang-Chi” actor decide to throw his name into the casting ring? It turns out a junior agent at Liu’s management customer convinced the actor to give “Barbie” a go after telling the actor that the film’s script was one of the best he’s ever read.