Dreams really do come true!
The Tracking Board reports that Reese Witherspoon is developing, and potentially starring in, a movie about the origins of the Barbie doll — through her production company, Pacific Standard.
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Witherspoon and Bruna Papandrea founded Pacific Standard in 2012, a film production company with a strong emphasis on female protagonists.
The story of the Barbie doll's history comes from the 2010 book "Barbie and Ruth: The Story of the World's Most Famous Doll and the Woman Who Created Her," written by Robin Gerber.
It seems that the Barbie movie adaption is a very new project, as the Tracking Board reports that "Pacific Standard is in development with the origin story of the iconic Barbie doll, its company and its creator."
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Pacific Standard has been behind the box-office hits of "Wild," "Gone Girl," as "Hot Pursuit;" as well as several other exciting projects in the works, including the movie production of best-selling novel "Big Little Lies."
Looks like there's a lot to look forward in years to come with the ladies of Pacific Standard!
See the evolution of the Barbie doll through the years:
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