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Margot Robbie reveals how the iconic ‘Barbie’ foot scene was filmed.

Margot Robbie revealing how viral foot scene in the Barbie trailer was filmed after causing quite a stir on social media.

In the opening shot of the trailer, Barbie’s feet are captured walking around in pink heels before she steps out of them, showing the doll’s infamous high-heeled feet. Following the preview release, fans took to social media, wondering how the scene was filmed and if it was actually Robbie’s real feet.

During a recent interview with Fandango, the actress set the record straight, confirming that it was all her in that scene. She noted, “I always try to do my own inserts.”

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“I don’t like it when I watch a movie and know it’s not my hands. I hate it so much,” he added. “I always tell the director, ‘Please let me do all my stuff. No, I don’t like knowing I haven’t.’”

Robbie also detailed how the actual scene was shot, as he kept complete balance in the clip.

“It was probably about eight takes. There weren’t that many,” the actress explained. “I walked over, we had sticky bits on the floor, double sided tape for the shoes, so they wouldn’t come off, so I could get my feet off. And I was holding on to, like, a bar. But that’s all. I wasn’t in a harness or anything like that. I just approached, kind of held on to the bar above (the) camera.

Robbie stars opposite Ryan Gosling in the film directed by Greta Gerwig. The all-star cast also includes Issa Rae, Kate McKinnon, America Ferrera, Rhea Perlman, Will Ferrell and more.

The actress recently told Architectural digest who were all “very enthusiastic” about the design of the wardrobe and the clothes inside it. “We were saying that the wardrobe inside In the darkfor example, the standard was so high and we would really like to do something so beautiful,” he said at the time.

Barbie is slated to hit theaters July 21.

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