Barbie fans left with a lot of questions after Chrissy Teigen points out incredible foot moment
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Chrissy Teigen has sparked widespread questioning about the foot shot in the Barbie trailer.
You've been living under a rock if you haven't been inundated on social media with different edits of the posters for the upcoming Barbie movie.
The latest trailer for Greta Gerwig's comedy has also sparked conversation online and it's all to do with Margot Robbie's feet.
Model and TV personality Chrissy Teigen has even taken to social media to weigh in on the shot and people have a lot of similar questions.
The shot in question shows Robbie as Barbie strutting across the screen, the camera focused solely on her feet and legs.
Robbie steps out of her heels in the most Barbie way possible, her feet arched to the inch of perfection, replicating Barbie's plastic high instep foot to a T.
Fans have been quick to flood to social media in awe of the shot and Robbie's feet, and now who should enter the chat but Teigen.
In a post to Twitter, Teigen shared a still image of Robbie's foot from the trailer.
The caption reads: "I need to know everything about this shot. How many takes, if she held onto something, was she harnessed, is the landing mark sticky, are they her feet, who did the pedicure, really just a documentary on this shot."
And it's fair to say, Teigen's questioning has sparked intense discussion amongst fans of the upcoming release.
Taking to Teigen's post, many social media users shared similar questions to the model.
One user commented: "I had the exact same thought process."
"SAME!!! The angle of the foot seems to be the exact Barbie angle too! Did they measure or use a Barbie to get the position exactly right??? I can’t wait for this movie!!" another added.
A third wrote: "And why that shoe is clearly too small for her foot."
A fourth said: "Me too! I'm watching this scene over and over again but i can't explain it :/"
Others were quick to offer possible explanations.
A user wrote: "Christine it's CGI."
"It's AI," a second said.
Another commented: "I feel like that's a foot model who trained hard to nail this."
A final simply resolved: "Most importantly whose idea was this shot and how did the discussion go about this shot becoming this shot like do they know that they’re a genius did they get a raise are they getting the praise they deserve."