Margot Robbie is expected to get $50 million from her salary and "Barbie" box office bonuses.

Greta Gerwig, the film's director and co-writer, will receive various benefits from "Barbie's" popularity as well.  

Due to her crucial contribution to the success of Barbie on the big screen, Margot Robbie is expected to make a lot of money.  

According to a report by Variety, the actor will earn almost $50 million from his salary and box office receipts because of how well-received Barbie was. 

Greta Gerwig, the film's director and co-writer, will receive various benefits from the movie's success as well. Barbie has so far brought in $526.3 million domestically and $657 million internationally at the box office.  

Barbie is currently Warner Bros.' second-highest-grossing release in company history, trailing only Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2. It surpasses Frozen II, which Jennifer Lee co-directed,  

as the biggest grossing picture ever for a female filmmaker. The movie "Oppenheimer," which has drawn criticism for mainly omitting the atomic bomb's destruction of two significant Japanese cities in 1945,

which resulted in more than 200,000 deaths, has not yet been scheduled for release in Japan. Hollywood blockbuster "Barbie" opened in theaters on Friday in Japan, but not before "Barbenheimer"

memes equating the movie about dolls with the atomic bomb generated a commotion and prompted distributor Warner Bros to issue an apology. 

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