A new version of Barbie, which is currently being shown in IMAX cinemas, features new post-credits footage.
The clip, which doesn’t feature in the original version, begins with a message from director Greta Gerwig, who promises audiences they’ll be “transported into Barbie Land like never before,” according to Entertainment Week.
The filmmaker adds: “We made this movie with the big-screen experience in mind, from the technicolor hues to the dance parties and authentically artificial sets, so it’s thrilling to be able to bring Barbie to IMAX, the biggest screen of all. Whether you are seeing it for the first time or seeing it again, thank you for making Barbie such a big success.”
— Warner Bros. Pictures (@wbpictures) September 22, 2023
The IMAX version of Barbie is currently being screened in cinemas for one week only.
Meanwhile, Gerwig recently said she could “not stop laughing” at a deleted scene from the film featuring Michael Cera.
As per Variety, the film grossed over $623million (£502million) at the domestic box office in the US, meaning it has surpassed the superhero movie.
As noted on Screen Rant, this made Barbie the 11th highest grossing movie of all time in North America.
Other achievements the film has recorded include a global box office earning of more than $1billion (£807million).