Whoopi Goldberg Defends ‘Barbie’ Movie, Claps Back at Criticism

Whoopi Goldberg Defends 'Barbie' Against Conservative Views
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Whoopi Goldberg lifted up her armor to defend the Barbie film on The Watch from severe criticism from many conservatives.

“It’s a movie!” Goldberg, 67, claimed through the Tuesday, July 25, episode of the discuss show. “It’s a film about a doll!”

The Check out cohost fired back again against both columnist Ben Shapiro and Senator Ted Cruz’s negative usually takes on the 2023 release. “I thought y’all would be joyful,” Goldberg ongoing. “[Barbie] has no genitalia, so there’s no sex associated. Ken has no genitalia, so he can not — it’s a doll motion picture! And the little ones know it’s colourful and it is Barbie.”

Goldberg’s remarks had been in response to Shapiro, 39, contacting Barbie “one of the most woke films I have at any time found,” through Twitter on Friday, July 21. Shapiro teased that his assessment for the “flaming garbage heap of a film” would be available on his YouTube channel.

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Margot Robbie as Barbie in ‘Barbie.’
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Cruz, in the meantime, claimed the film is “Chinese communist propaganda in which the Chinese are asserting sovereignty above the entirety of the South China Sea,” all through an interview with The Day-to-day Sign posted on July 16.

The politician, 52, alleged that mainly because there is a kids’ drawing in the film of a “blockish detail that is termed ‘Asia’ and then they’ve drawn what are known as the nine-dashes” it represents China’s territorial promises in the South China Sea.

Goldberg, for her section, challenged Shapiro and Cruz to check out and describe to their very own daughters why the doll-inspired movie is allegedly controversial.

“You fellas, I want y’all to notify your daughters why you’re not taking them to the Barbie motion picture,” she mentioned on Tuesday. “I want you to explain to them what’s erroneous with Barbie.”

The Sister Act star added that she is a lover of Barbie, so a lot so, that she wore white boots with Barbie heads in the heel for the episode. “Now glance, I adore my Barbie,” Goldberg stated, prior to demonstrating off her footwear. “It’s a doll film, men. I’m stunned that that’s what is freaking you out these days.”

Goldberg doubled down on her remarks, incorporating, “It’s a film. That’s what we do. We make flicks about all kinds of things. We make films about people who fly, we make videos about dolls who converse and wander.”

She concluded: “And they strike two points: they speak about the genuine world that most people life in, and they talk about Barbie globe. And they’re two distinctive points. And it is meant to make you just assume or pause, it is not intended to do something but give you a great time. Go see the motion picture!”

Barbie hit theaters on Friday and shattered box business office predictions by the end of the weekend. The Greta Gerwig-directed film acquired $162 million in its initial a few days.

Margot Robbie, who plays Barbie, was self-assured the job would resonate with audiences. In fact, she advised Collider before this month that she told Mattel and Warner Bros. the motion picture would “make a billion dollars” to get approval to produce the movie.

“Studios have prospered so much when they are brave ample to pair a large concept with a visionary director,” Robbie, 33, stated in the job interview posted on Thursday, July 20. “And then I gave a sequence of examples like, ‘Dinosaurs and [Steven] Spielberg’ — fairly a great deal naming anything that is been extraordinary and created a ton of money for the studios about the many years. And I was like, ‘And now you’ve bought Barbie and Greta Gerwig.”

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