She has been busy filming the Barbie movie in recent weeks.
And Margot Robbie not only showcased her acting chops but also showcased her skating skills on her latest day on set.
The 31-year-old Oscar nominee was on inline skates as she was hand-in-hand with castmate America Ferrera as they continued to film Barbie in Venice Beach on Monday morning.
Margot and her 38-year-old co-star seemed to be having a blast as they shared some laughs while gliding on the famous Los Angeles beachside sidewalk called The Strand.
As opposed to the actual doll, it seems like there aren’t very many costume changes in the film as she sported the same outfit she has been seen rocking on several days on set the past few weeks.
Margot wore a hot pink ensemble comprised of a low-cut halter crop top and and lace-up bell bottom pants that were decorated with metallic stars.
The blonde beauty wore her cropped locks in a chic straight style and and had on a glamorous palette of makeup that included a rosy blush, a pink lipstick and light gold eyeshadow.
She accessorized with dangly silver star earrings and tied a matching pink bandana around her neck.
Margot and her co-star donned a matching pair of neon yellow inline skates with pink laces and wheels.
America donned a quirky button-down shirt featuring white and red vertical stripe and blue panels along with black trousers.
She wore her brunette tresses down as she showcased her natural looks by wearing complementary make-up on her face.
It was a busy day on set as Will Ferrell was also seen inline skating on the Venice Beach set.
Will contrasted Margot’s look as he sported a black suit with light pink dress shirt and hot pink tie along with all black inline skates.
According to THR, Will will play the CEO of a toy company that ‘may or not be’ Mattel.
According to Vulture, the film is ‘a fish-out-of-water story about a doll who is ousted from toy society for not being perfect enough.’
Another synopsis on IMDB of the movie 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.’
Oscar winner Ryan Gosling is starring opposite Margot as he takes on the role of Barbie’s boyfriend Ken.
Will is said to be playing the CEO of the toy company that may or may not be Mattel.
Little Women and Ladybird filmmaker Greta Gerwig is directing the project, and wrote the script for the film with her longtime partner Noah Baumbach.
Other members of the cast include Kate McKinnon, Michael Cera, Emma Mackey, Kingsley Ben-Adir, America Ferrara, Rhea Perlman, Ariana Greenblatt, Ana Cruz Kayne, Alexandra Shipp, Ritu Arya, Sharon Rooney, Connor Swindells, Scott Evans and Jamie Demetriou.
Fans think Emma will be playing the role of Skipper, the younger sister of Barbie, thanks to her resemblance to Margot.
Also linked to the film are Bridgerton’s Nicola Coughlan, actress Saoirse Ronan and pop sensation Dua Lipa – but these have not yet been confirmed.
It has been rumored that there will be different versions of Barbie and Ken, with one Barbie said to be portrayed by Issa Rae and the other might be Hari Nef.
Marvel’s Simu Liu and new Doctor Who Ncuti Gatwa are also said be playing other Kens.
New York Times reporter Kyle Buchanan recently tweeted: ‘I am hearing incredible BARBIE goss at Cannes. For one, I’m hearing that Ryan Gosling is not the only Ken in the BARBIE film. Simu Liu and Ncuti Gatwa also play Ken.
‘And, by the same token, Margot Robbie is not the film’s only Barbie. Issa Rae and Hari Nef play different Barbies…’
Meanwhile, all the way back in 2016, it had originally been announced that Amy Schumer would be taking on the role – but she bowed out just four months later.
‘Sadly, I’m no longer able to commit to Barbie due to scheduling conflicts,’ she said at the time. ‘The film has so much promise, and Sony and Mattel have been great partners. I’m bummed but look forward to seeing Barbie on the big screen.’
However, later Amy admitted that it was less about scheduling and more about creative differences. ‘They definitely didn’t want to do it the way I wanted to do it, the only way I was interested in doing it,’ she told The Hollywood Reporter.
‘The idea that that’s just what every woman must want, right there, I should have gone, ‘You’ve got the wrong gal,’” she added.
In celebration of the Mattel doll’s 60th anniversary, Barbie will be released in cinemas on July 21, 2023.