A Barbie-fuelled brawl erupted within the cinema hall during the screening of the hit film as two women were caught on video violently fighting towards the end of the film’s screening.
In a video uploaded onto social media’s TikTok, one woman can be seen arguing on the stairs between the cinema seats. Another woman then rapidly approaches her and violently pushes her with force and she ends up falling over.
A man in a grey shirt then walks up the stairs approaching the two women. He is then seen taking one of the women aside and trying to separate the two so the fight does not escalate.
The altercation took place at a cinema in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on June 24, according to local media, El Heraldo de México.
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The heated argument reportedly began because there was a young girl under the age of 12 in the cinema, and the film has a 12A certification in most countries around the world. In the UK, Barbie has a 12A rating by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC).
It is reported that the victim of the violent push had called the police because she appeared to look “underage”. There are claims this annoyed the mother of the young girl, who attacked the other woman for having notified the authorities.
Those present in the cinema said the attacker and her daughter had been “very noisy” and constantly interrupted the film.
The fight was filmed by other cinema-goers watching the movie and the discussion supposedly took place when the film’s end credits were playing.
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According to Warner Bros., the film ‘Barbie’ took the top spot in 55 markets, was the year’s biggest industry opening in 25 markets, and beat Warner Bros. records in 26 countries including Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, and New Zealand.
There have been a number of worldwide stunts in the run-up to the film’s release, which hit theatres in the UK on July 21.
One example was the giant virtual model of a Barbie standing next to an enormous box and placed next to Dubai’s iconic landmark, the Burj Khalifa.
The film stars Margot Robbie as Barbie and Ryan Gosling as Ken and explores themes such as gender norms and existentialism.
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