Bikini-clad Margot Robbie leaps into the ocean during a yacht trip in Formentera


Barbie makes a splash! Bikini-clad Margot Robbie leaps into the ocean during a lavish yacht trip with her husband Tom Ackerley and pal Rami Malek in Formentera

  • The actress leaped into the Mediterranean from a yacht moored near the Spanish island of Formentera
  • Margot has been filming her role as Barbie in a movie based on the iconic toy, opposite Ryan Gosling as Ken
  • The star has reportedly been paid $ 12.5million to star in the film

She plays a plastic doll in the forthcoming Barbie film, but Margot Robbie is keen to prove she’s far more supple in real life. 

The Hollywood actress, 32, leaped into the Mediterranean from a yacht moored near the Spanish island of Formentera. 

The Wolf Of Wall Street star, who’s married to British film producer Tom Ackerley, 32, was joined by friends including Rami Malek, 41. 

Amazing! She plays a plastic doll in the forthcoming Barbie film, but Margot Robbie is keen to prove she’s far more supple in real life, leaping into the Mediterranean from a yacht

Malek, who played Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody, stars alongside Australia- born Robbie in the forthcoming film Amsterdam. 

Relaxing shoreside with her husband of six years, Margot wowed in a mustard yellow triangle bikini.

The Oscar nominee appeared to be enjoying her break from working on the film, reclining on a paddleboard with her spouse.

Margot was paid a whopping USD$12.5million to star in the Barbie film, Variety reported. 

Having fun? The Wolf Of Wall Street star, who’s married to British film producer Tom Ackerley, 32, was joined by friends including Rami Malek, 41

Having fun? The Wolf Of Wall Street star, who’s married to British film producer Tom Ackerley, 32, was joined by friends including Rami Malek, 41

Robbie’s latest earnings exceeds her reported $10million salary for her latest blockbuster, Birds Of Prey in 2020.

Gosling reportedly pocketed the same salary as his Barbie movie co-star, with the pair ranking equal 16th on Variety’s newest list of Hollywood’s top earners.

Barbie, based on the eponymous Mattel doll line, stars Robbie as Barbie and Gosling as her longtime love interest Ken. 

Robbie has long been attached to play Barbie on the big screen and promised that the movie will be very different to what people are expecting.

She said: ‘Something like Barbie where the IP, the name itself, people immediately have an idea of, ‘Oh Margot is playing Barbie, I know what that is’, but our goal is to be like, ‘Whatever you’re thinking, we’re going to give you something totally different – the thing you didn’t know you wanted.”

Cashing in! Margot was paid a whopping USD$ 12.5million to star in the Barbie film, according to reports, with the movie set for release in July 2023

Cashing in! Margot was paid a whopping USD$ 12.5million to star in the Barbie film, according to reports, with the movie set for release in July 2023

The Neighbours star is hoping to provoke ‘thoughtful conversation’ with the film.

Robbie said: ‘Now, can we truly honour the IP and the fan base and also surprise people? Because if we can do all that and provoke a thoughtful conversation, then we’re really firing on all cylinders.’

A synopsis on IMDB of the upcoming film reads: ‘A doll living in ‘Barbieland’ is expelled for not being perfect enough and sets off on an adventure in the real world. A live-action feature film based on the popular line of Barbie toys.’

Iconic: Gosling (pictured as his character Ken) reportedly pocketed the same salary as his Barbie movie co-star

Iconic: Gosling (pictured as his character Ken) reportedly pocketed the same salary as his Barbie movie co-star

The film is being touted as ‘a fish-out-of-water story about a doll who is ousted from toy society for not being perfect enough’, according to a report by Vulture.

She then comes to the realization that what’s on the inside is more important than her appearance.

Barbie, which now has the distinction of being the first live-action film adaptation in the toyline’s multimedia franchise, is slated for release in July 2023. 

Soon: The romantic comedy, based on the eponymous Mattel doll line, stars Robbie as Barbie and Gosling (right) as her longtime love interest Ken (the pair are pictured filming in June)

Soon: The romantic comedy, based on the eponymous Mattel doll line, stars Robbie as Barbie and Gosling (right) as her longtime love interest Ken (the pair are pictured filming in June)

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