Ryan Gosling and Margot Robbie were spotted on the sets of the highly anticipated live-action movie, "Barbie." The on-screen couple can be seen wearing colorful matching outfits while skating together.

A Twitter user shared a series of photos and posts Monday, where Gosling and Robbie can be seen wearing colorful outfits. However, it was their yellow and pink skates and shoes that grabbed most of the attention.

The actors were spotted in Venice Beach, Los Angeles. In the background, fans can be seen clicking their photos from a distance.

In the next post, the photos featured both the actors sitting on a golf cart with crew members. While Gosling seems to be having a conversation, Robbie covered herself with a cloth.

In a separate post, the on-screen couple can be seen enjoying the skating session at a different spot.

This is not the first time when the on-set photos were shared on social media.

Last week another Twitter user shared two photos of Gosling and Robbie on the sets, where they donned white cowboy hats. While Robbie was dressed in a pink outfit, Gosling was in all black with a pink scarf.

"I don't care if i'm annoying, but i can't get over it," the Twitter user captioned the photos. "Here you have margot robbie and ryan gosling as barbie and ken in barbie (2023), directed by greta gerwig."

Warner Bros. Pictures officially dropped the first look of the "Barbie" live-action movie in April. The studio announced the movie will release in theaters on July 21, 2023.

"Barbie" is based on the popular dolls, which were originally launched in 1959. Barbie's partner Ken was first introduced in 1961. Gosling will portray Ken's character in the movie.

There have been two movies released based on the world-famous playing dolls. An animated movie "Barbie: A Fashion Fairytale" was released in 2010 while "Barbie: A Fairy Secret" was released a year later.

However, "Barbie" is going to be the first live-action movie based on the doll. The movie is helmed by director Greta Gerwig.

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Filmmaker Denis Villeneuve revealed that he’s impressed by Ryan Gosling’s performance in the “Blade Runner” sequel. Pictured: Gosling attends 'The Big Short' New York premiere at Ziegfeld Theater on Nov. 23, 2015 in New York City. Getty Images/Andrew Toth