‘Barbie’ Fans Outraged That ‘Barbie Girl’ Song is MIA From Movie Trailer

In recent weeks, Barbie fans have been in an uproar over the absence of the classic song “Barbie Girl” from the trailer of the upcoming Barbie movie. The outrage has been so great that it has sparked a debate on the role of data science and data engineering in the film industry.

The Barbie movie is based on the iconic doll that has been a part of pop culture since 1959. The movie is set to be released in 2020 and the trailer was released on YouTube in April. While the trailer received positive reviews overall, some fans noticed that the trailer did not include the classic song “Barbie Girl” by Aqua.

The song was released in 1997 and quickly became a hit, reaching number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It quickly became an anthem for Barbie fans, as well as a popular karaoke song. The song was so popular that it was even featured in the 1999 movie Toy Story 2.

So why was the song not included in the trailer for the upcoming Barbie movie? The answer may lie in the data science and data engineering behind the film industry.

Data science and data engineering are used to analyze the effectiveness of trailers and other marketing materials. By analyzing data from past films, studios can determine which elements are likely to be successful in a trailer and which are likely to be unsuccessful. This data can then be used to inform decisions about which elements to include in a trailer.

In the case of the Barbie movie, the data may have shown that the song “Barbie Girl” was not likely to be successful in the trailer. This could be due to a variety of factors, such as the song’s age or the fact that it is not a traditional movie soundtrack.

Regardless of the reasons, the absence of the song has sparked a debate among Barbie fans. Some fans argue that the song should have been included in the trailer, as it is a classic and beloved by many. Others argue that the data should be respected, as it can provide valuable insight into what will be successful in a trailer.

At the end of the day, the decision to include or exclude the song from the trailer was ultimately up to the filmmakers. While data science and data engineering can provide valuable insight into what elements will be successful in a trailer, the filmmakers still have to make the final decision.

Regardless of the decision, one thing is certain: Barbie fans are passionate about the classic song and will be eagerly awaiting the release of the movie.