Margot Robbie, the star of the movie Barbie, was spotted attending the SAG-AFTRA demonstration in West Hollywood two months after the film’s release.
This Barbie supports the rights of writers and actors! Margot Robbie attended the SAG-AFTRA rally after being seen on Wednesday at the picket line. The biggest movie of the year, Barbie, both starred and was produced by Margot Robbie. Margot’s images rapidly went viral on social media, and fans responded.
Margot Robbie attends a demonstration
The Oscar nominee participated in the march in West Hollywood with other actors and writers while sporting an enormous white SAG-AFTRA T-shirt and wearing her blonde hair down. Behind her, Samara Weaving was also seen. They both had starred in Babylon the previous year. People could see them holding signs and shouting in support of the strikes.
margot robbie supporting the sag-aftra strike pic.twitter.com/mTWxbyV8an— best of margot robbie (@margotposts) September 13, 2023
As images of Margot Robbie marching at the strike line gained popularity, followers reacted in the comments on X (previously Twitter). One said, “Good for her, and also for the equally awesome Samara Weaving right behind her.” A different person remarked, As someone put it, “She looks like she just rolled out of bed in that shirt and still looks fine as hell.” This is how you get the strike, one admirer wrote. “Come on Barbie, let’s strike!” yelled another. Another admirer said, “This Barbie believes in fair wages and union representation.”
A week before Barbie, starring Margot Robbie, opened in theaters on July 21, the strike started on July 14. Making over a billion dollars worldwide, the Greta Gerwig film in which she and Ryan Gosling portrayed Mattel dolls was a critical and commercial success.
Numerous Hollywood films and promotional tours have been put on hold as a result of the current strike. To ensure that their members received fair talks with studios and streaming services, the members of the Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) went on strike.
Margot had already been questioned by Sky News while giving interviews during the London premiere as to whether she would support the strike. She said “Absolutely,” adding “I very much am in support of all the unions and I’m a part of SAG, so I would absolutely stand by them.”