When Will Barbie Leave Movie Theaters and Cinemas?

For those who haven’t yet made time to see the new Barbie movie, it’s only going to be in theaters for so long. If you want to see it on the big screen and are wondering “When will Barbie leave movie theaters and cinemas?”, here’s the need-to-know information.

For those who haven’t yet made time to see the new Barbie movie, it’s only going to be in theaters for so long. If you want to see it on the big screen and are wondering “When will Barbie leave movie theaters and cinemas?”, here’s the need-to-know information.

When will Barbie stop being shown in movie theaters?

Barbie is expected to leave movie theaters on August 19.

August 19 is just over four weeks from the movie’s July 21 release date. This is the typical number of weeks that a blockbuster movie remains in theaters.

It’s worth noting that movies can remain in theaters for more than four weeks. This usually happens when they are still making a lot of money and screenings are still filling up. With how successful Barbie has been, and with the potential for second viewings, it’s very possible that Barbie will remain in cinemas past the expected August 19 date.

At the time of writing, no official confirmation has been provided by Warner Bros. about when Barbie is leaving theaters.

As the August 19 date approaches, assuming demand dies down, you can expect theaters to dedicate fewer slots to the movie. This means fewer opportunities for you to go and see it.

If you haven’t yet seen the new Barbie movie and are desperate to watch it on the big screen, I’d recommend making plans to watch it before August 19. I wouldn’t depend on the movie’s continuing success and hope to see it after this date.

Failing to see the movie in cinemas won’t mean missing out on it forever, as it’s expected to be available digitally before the end of the year. However, it won’t be expected to return to theaters, except for special showings, anytime soon.

For more Barbie content, here’s how much Margot Robbie was paid in the lead role. Also, here are the details of a “fart opera” scene that was cut.