"Barbie" is now available to buy and rent digitally, and includes new behind-the-scenes featurettes.
The movie looks a lot different once you strip away the visual effects.
Here is what 12 "Barbie" scenes look like without any CGI or special effects.
The movie opens with Margot Robbie's Barbie appearing in front of a group of young girls.
The opening scene is a reference to "2001: A Space Odyssey."
It seems Margot Robbie was placed on a soundstage with a miniature set so it appears she towers over her surroundings.
When we next see Robbie's Barbie, we are taken through her perfect daily routine. She even floats down to the ground to get into her car.
Of course, Robbie was put in a harness in order to pull off the scene.
When Barbie makes it to the beach, Ryan Gosling's Ken shows off by trying to ride the wave.
This scene was also carried out using harnesses to pull Gosling back.
After learning that Barbieland is in danger, Barbie and Ken journey to the real world.
In real life, Robbie and Gosling filmed the scene on a rather gray soundstage.
The journey to the real world takes them through several landscapes, including a woodland area.
The travel montages were created completely with practical effects.
The woodland was, in fact, a painted set.
The duo end up on a snowmobile to travel through a snowy terrain.
This scene was created using practical effects in which the stage moved rather than the camera.
When Barbie returns to Barbieland, she is chased by the CEO of Mattel and his goons.
The actors sat on bikes but they didn't move.
Toward the end of the movie, Ken serenades Barbie by a fire on the beach.
In reality, it looks like the scene wasn't filmed at night, and visual effects were used to make the scene look darker.
After the fireside singalong, Gosling's Ken proposes war with the other Kens.
Gosling acted out this scene on a stage with human-sized Barbie houses.
At the beginning of the Kens' beach battle, Gosling's Ken and his allies arrive on the beach from the sea.
The horse-shaped boats were on tracks to help them move.
During the beach battle, the scene transforms into a dreamlike ballet.
The scene was filmed on a giant soundstage.
After ridding himself of the shackles of the patriarchy, Ken rides down a slide at the end of the movie.
Gosling appears to be in a harness while going down the slide.
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