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Barbie Achieves $1 Billion Milestone and Sets New Record for Female Directors

Greta Gerwig’s Barbie movie has broken the box office record for female directors, previously held by Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman. The film has grossed over $1 billion worldwide in just three weeks of release. Barbie, which Gerwig directed and co-wrote, stars Margot Robbie as the iconic doll. The film has been praised for its humor, heart, and positive message. It has also been a commercial success, grossing over $53 million in its third weekend of release.

Gerwig’s success with Barbie is a major milestone for female directors. It is the first time that a film directed by a woman has grossed over $1 billion worldwide. It is also the first time that a film directed by a woman has held the number one spot at the box office for three consecutive weeks.

Gerwig’s success is a testament to her talent and vision. She is a groundbreaking filmmaker who is breaking down barriers for women in Hollywood. Her Barbie movie is a triumph for female representation and a sign of great things to come for women in the film industry.

Here are some additional details about the film’s success:

The film has been praised by critics, with a Rotten Tomatoes score of 84%.

It has been a hit with audiences, with an CinemaScore of A-.

It has been the number one film at the box office for three consecutive weeks.

It has grossed over $1 billion worldwide, making it the highest-grossing film directed by a woman.

Greta Gerwig’s Barbie movie is a groundbreaking success that is sure to inspire other female filmmakers. It is a reminder that women can make great films that are both commercially and critically successful.

In today’s box office, we have seen 53 films that have entered the 1 Billion USD club and now we see Barbie also entering the same which is interestingly the first women directed movie. Also, there are three movies, which have women as co-directors of the 1 billion USD movie club.

Ziya Khan


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