But before then, there's plenty of Barbie-related content all thanks to different brands who are already loving all things pink and announcing their summer Barbie collaborations.
From make up, to hair tools, drinks, clothes and even roller skates, at this rate we can all live in our very own Barbie Land (or at least you can actually pretend to with Barbie's Airbnb collab where you can win a chance to stay in Barbie's Dreamhouse).
The classic UNO card game now has it's very own Barbie movie version with characters appearing on the different cards.
A special "Played With Too Much" rule will have players both discarding and drawing cards.
UNO with a Barbie Movie twist...Amazon
Barbie Krispy Kreme doughnuts
*(in the Philippines only)
For those wanting a sweet treat, Krispy Kreme has its own Barbie doughnuts, one in glittery pink and another in blue with pink sprinkles as well as a Cotton Candy Chilled that is also bright blue with pink sauce and sprinkles.
PROPER Snacks, has partnered with Warner Bros. Pictures’ Barbie The Movie to create a limited-edition Barbie pack.
With a brand new Sweet flavour, the limited-edition, pink Barbie packs will feature an on-pack promotion, offering one lucky snacker a chance to win a trip for two to California, including seven nights’ accommodation, transfers and return flights.
Limited edition hot pink packaged PROPER Snacks popcorn ahead of the Barbie movie release.PROPERCORN
PROPER is also opening the capital's first-ever Barbie-themed corner shop in London. Customers can snack on popcorn, win and purchase exclusive merch or get pampered with nail art or tooth gems in their "glow up" room, as well as enjoy special voguing performances.
The shop is free entry and will be open 20 – 22 July between 12.00-19.30 daily and 23 July between 12.00-17.30 at148 Shoreditch High Street, Shoreditch, E1 6J.
Barbie x Fossil
Thanks to the Barbie movie, pink is the colour of the summer and now you can reflect this with your accessories thanks to Fossil's Barbie collab.
From a hot pink leather bag, to watches and necklaces with Barbie-themed charms, there is a variety to choose from.
Barbie is all about the hair accessories and you can recreate this with Kitsch's latest collab with pink and blue hair clips and hair ties that "will add bright color and sparkle to your everyday style."
Bumble, and Barbie have teamed up to bring users compliments and encouragement from the Barbie movie’s most notable Barbies and Kens up to July 26.
The messages are designed to inspire kindness among the Bumble community, shining a light on Bumble Compliments, a message-before-match feature that helps people to be even more intent about starting conversations in a kind, positive way.
You may notice some Barbie characters making an appearance on Bumble...Bumble
Barbie x Crocs
If you want your footwear to reflect your Barbie fever, then Crocs has announced their collaboration with the Barbie movie.
There are platform crocs if you want to channel Barbie's love for heels, or flats for a more comfortable option (all in pink of course), as well as adorable Barbie themed charms - these are now available on the Crocs website or on Famous Footwear.
(Primark, Pac Sun, Bloomingdales, GAP, Rue21 and Urban Planet)
Barbie's wardrobe is always full of beautiful clothes and so a clothing collab was inevitable. Stores such as Primark, Pac Sun, Bloomingdales, GAP, Rue21 and UrbanPlanet have all released Barbie collections that promise pink and the iconic font.
Glass House Fragrances have released a triple-scented Barbie Dreamhouse candle which is described as "fruity, flirty, playfulness of sweet berries and a freshly opened doll instantly conjure all the glamorous excitement of fantasy and play".
Barbie x London Underground (unofficially at least...)
If you find yourself looking on social media at pictures of Barbican Underground station recently (as you do) then you might notice that it's now "Barbie-can" thanks to a fun Barbie sticker being placed on the sign and the image has gone viral on social media.
However, all is not what it seems since Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed that it has not changed the name of the station and that the image has been photoshopped, London World reported.
Barbie is out in cinemas on July 21.
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