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Your source on the Australian actress Margot Robbie. You probably know Margot for her launching role in Martin Scorsese's Wolf of Wall Street, and most recently seen in Birds of Prey (Harley Quinn) and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Sharon Tate). Her upcoming projects include Barbie - based on the Barbie toys where her character sets off on an adventure in the real world. She will also star again as Harley Quinn in The Suicide Squad.

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Emily   –   June 29, 2020

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER – This project is separate from the already announced franchise reboot being developed by ‘Pirates’ scribe Ted Elliott and ‘Chernobyl’ creator Craig Mazin.

Margot Robbie is setting sail with help from her Birds of Prey writer Christina Hodson.

Hodson has been tapped to write a new, female-fronted Pirates of the Caribbean for Disney, with Robbie attached to star.

While plot details are being kept in Davey Jones’ locker, the project, in early development, is not intended to be a spinoff of the long-running franchise that had pirate Jack Sparrow at its center, but rather a wholly original story with new characters under the Pirates moniker, itself inspired by the long-running attraction at Disneyland.

The new project is said to be separate from the already announced reboot of the popular franchise that has Pirates scribe Ted Elliott and Chernobyl creator Craig Mazin developing the story.

Longtime Pirates producer Jerry Bruckheimer is attached to produce both the Elliott/Mazin project and this new Robbie/Hodson project.

Pirates of the Caribbean is one of the most lucrative film franchises of all time, grossing over $4.5 billion across five feature films. But the Pirates franchise, fronted by Johnny Depp, has shown its age, with the fifth installment, 2017’s Dead Men Tell No Tales, coming in with the second-lowest box office of the series ($795 million, unadjusted worldwide) only ahead of original film Curse of the Black Pearl. The studio has been plotting ways to revive the brand with stories from new talent.

Hodson is one of Hollywood’s go-to blockbuster writers, with credits that include Transformers spinoff Bumblebee as well as DC superhero projects The Flash, which now has Michael Keaton reprising his famous role of Batman, and Batgirl.

Robbie’s recent features include Bombshell and Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood, and she will next be seen in James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad sequel.

In addition to collaborating on Birds of Prey, Robbie and Hodson together in 2019 launched the Lucky Exports Pitch Program, a new initiative aimed at getting more female-identifying writers hired by studios to write action-centric movies.

Robbie is repped by CAA, Management 360, AMM and attorney Jeff Bernstein of Jackoway Austen. Hodson is repped by Kaplan/Perrone Entertainment and Ziffren Brittenham

Emily   –   August 03, 2019

Today (August 3), Margot attended a photocall for Once Upon a Time In Hollywood in Rome at the Hotel De La Ville. Margot looked super cute in LHD. Check out the photo gallery for the photos. If anymore are released, I will add them to the gallery 🙂

Emily   –   August 03, 2019

Last night, Margot attended the Rome, Italy premiere of Once Upon a Time In Hollywood at Cinema Adriano. She looked wonderful as always wearing a yellow dress by Dries Van Noten. You can find HQ photos from the premiere in the gallery.

Emily   –   August 02, 2019

After the Berlin photocall, Margot attended the premiere of One Upon a Time in Hollywood. Margot’s dress was a design from Jacquemus’s Spring/Summer 2020. Check out the gallery for the photos.

Emily   –   August 02, 2019

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood press tour has made its way to Berlin! Yesterday, Margot attended a photocall for the film. She looked stunning in yellow from a top and pants from Rosie Assoulin. This is one of my favorite looks from the press tour.

Emily   –   August 02, 2019

The Wednesday (July 31), Margot attended a photocall for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood with co-stars, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt and director/writer Quentin Tarantino. She wore a top and pants by DÔEN. She looked amazing and I’m in love with her hair! <3 Check out the gallery for HQ photos!

Emily   –   August 02, 2019

On Tuesday (July 30), Margot attended the London premiere of Once Upon a Time In Hollywood. She looked gorgeous wearing a Oscar De La Renta dress. The gallery has been updated with photos from the premiere!

Emily   –   August 01, 2019

Last Monday (July 22), Margot attended the Los Angeles premiere of Once Upon a Time In Hollywood. She looked beautiful in Chanel. The movie is out in the USA now!

The gallery has been updated with hundreds of high quality photos, enjoy!

Emily   –   June 06, 2019

Magazine Scans > From 2019 > July: Vogue
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2019 > Session 09 | Vogue

VOGUE – MARGOT ROBBIE ALWAYS thought that once she was a good enough actor, she would write Quentin Tarantino a letter. Just to get on his radar. Or at least to let him know how much his movies meant to her. She was sure people must tell him that all the time. But still. “I’ve always been a huge—huge—Tarantino fan,” she tells me one afternoon in Los Angeles. “I love his movies. Love them.” After Robbie watched the first cut of I, Tonya, the 2017 biopic about figure skater Tonya Harding, which Robbie produced and starred in, she decided she was finally good enough. (The performance would earn her an Oscar nomination.) “So I wrote him and said, ‘I adore your films, and I would love to work with you in some capacity. Or any capacity.’ ”

When Tarantino received Robbie’s letter, he’d recently finished the script for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, a romp through the movie industry of the late 1960s, which opens this month. Friends who’d read the script had already asked if he’d be casting Robbie in the role of Sharon Tate, the actress, wife of Roman Polanski, and most famous victim of the Manson murders. Then Robbie’s letter arrived. The timing was spooky enough that Tarantino thought they should meet. Soon Robbie was sitting at the director’s kitchen table, reading the script. Robbie is a careful reader; it took her four hours. Tarantino would occasionally pop in to offer her food or a Victoria Bitter, an Australian beer. When I later ask Tarantino what made Robbie right for the role, he tells me, “Margot looks like Sharon Tate. . . . And she can convey Sharon’s innocence and purity—those qualities are integral to the story.”

Tarantino’s film is about the end of Hollywood’s Golden Age, but Robbie, who is 28, has come to represent so much of what’s new. As an Australian soap actress, she entered Hollywood being typecast. She played the bronzed, gold-digging beauty in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street, the hot blonde explaining mortgage bonds from a bubble bath in 2015’s The Big Short, and Jane following Alexander Skarsgård’s Tarzan into the Congo. But it turned out Robbie wanted more than these roles. It turned out she wanted to put on a fat suit for I, Tonya and to cover her face in boils for Mary Queen of Scots and to produce female-driven projects via her production company, LuckyChap Entertainment. Part of the charm in Robbie’s Tarantino story is that it—like the film itself—sounds very old Hollywood: An aspiring actress writes a fan letter to an auteur director in hopes of getting cast in one of his nostalgia-loving films. But Hollywood is changing, and while Robbie may have arrived at the end of an era, she is now among the women ushering in a new one.

Today we’re on the set of Birds of Prey, a spin-off of 2016’s Suicide Squad that Robbie developed and pitched to Warner Bros. as an R-rated, female-led superhero action film—a commercialized product of new Hollywood if ever there was one. “I think there’s a perception that a PG female-led action film is kind of considered a chick flick,” says Robbie.

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Emily   –   June 06, 2019

VOGUE – For this round of 73 Questions, Margot Robbie welcomes us in and talks about her acting career, playing Sharon Tate, and working with Quentin Tarantino.