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Margot Robbie Finally Reacts Over Her friends disappointment when they learned she didn’t kiss Ryan Gosling in ‘Barbie’ – Why She Did not

Margot Robbie’s friends weren’t too happy when they found out she didn’t kiss Ryan Gosling in “Barbie.”

In the Greta Gerwig-directed film, Robbie plays the titular character experiencing an existential crisis, and Gosling plays her love interest, Ken.

In a quote from a People interview published Friday, Robbie talked about her friends’ reactions and her feelings about the missed lip lock opportunity.


“Uh, no!” Robbie laughed when asked how she felt about not kissing Gosling. “That didn’t feel like a win for me.”

“All of my girlfriends were like, ‘Well, you did a whole movie with him, and you don’t kiss? What’s wrong with you? I thought you were kind of in charge on this one!'” Robbie added.



“I was like, ‘I know, I can’t check that one off,'” she said, seemingly referring to a bucket list.

Gosling, who also appeared in the interview with Robbie, weighed in on the kissing issue.

“It was so funny trying to figure out what their [Barbie and Ken] idea of kissing might be,” Gosling said. “I’m so glad all of that got cut out.”



The film, which hit theaters Friday, has already made “$22.3 million at the domestic box office in Thursday previews” and is predicted to rake in “well over $100 million in its opening weekend,” per Variety.

Aside from their characters’ romance, or lack thereof, in the interview, the actors also touched on what it was like acting opposite one another.



“Well, Margo is uncrackable. She’s a rock. It’s frustrating,” Gosling said of his inability to make Robbie laugh while filming.

“No, I was laughing through everything. Ryan would do something different on every take,” Robbie said.



“I usually am pretty good about not breaking in a scene because I don’t want to ruin anyone’s take if they’re doing something great, and I couldn’t hold it together 50 percent of the time,” she added.

“But she can’t be broken, so it’s pretty frustrating,” Gosling said.

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