Barbie movie premiere London: Capital’s landmarks get pink makeover in honour of doll-themed flick

The Barbie movie made its pink mark across the capital.
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The Barbie movie has started its pink London takeover in honour of the doll-themed flick’s premiere. A few of the city’s famous landmarks welcomed rosy-themed attractions amid of the European launch of the film last night (July 12).

To mark the highly anticipated release, some of London’s most famous spots turned Barbiecore. Familiar places around the city were lit up pink including the London Eye.

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Barbie stars Margot Robbie, Ryan Gosling and America Ferrera hinted the capital could expect a pink makeover earlier this week. In a video posted on the Warner Bros UK Twitter on Tuesday (July 11), Robbie explained: "This Wednesday, we are going to be lighting up some iconic landmarks in pink."

The Barbie cast helped make the capital rosy following the movie’s premiere in Leicester Square. Despite the recent movie celebrations, Londoners will have to wait until next week to see it as it hits cinemas on July 21.

We break down what London landmarks featured in the Barbie movie’s pink takeover.

Barbie movie takes over some of London’s most iconic landmarks

The London Eye

Barbie's pink car first made a stop at London's Southbank right by the iconic London Eye wheel before it was later lit up pink by the cast:

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Tower Bridge

London's famous Tower Bridge welcomed a rosy-coloured Doctor Who-style Tardis in honour of the series’ current Doctor Ncuti Gatwa’s feature in the Barbie movie:

Some of Trafalgar Square's most iconic statues were also basked in a pink glow in honour of the Barbie movie:

The OXO Tower was another landmark that joined in the pink light show too:

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