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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   –   November 03, 2022

Yesterday (November 2) attended the WSJ. Magazine 2022 Innovator Awards. She was honored as WSJ. Magazine’s 2022 Entertainment Innovator. Check out all the new photos in the gallery!


Emily   –   November 03, 2022

Magazine Scans > 2022 > The Wall Street Journal (November)
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2022 > Session 01 | The Wall Street Journal

WSJ – The hottest blonde ever.” This was the infamous script description given for Margot Robbie’s character in The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), directed by Martin Scorsese. Widely credited as Robbie’s breakthrough, the role instantly helped establish her as one of the biggest movie stars.

Yet Robbie—Australian born and then still relatively new to Hollywood—says that she had little interest in further riffing on the blonde-bombshell theme: “I was going to have to show people that I could do something different. I didn’t want to get pigeonholed.” Accordingly, her next roles gave the middle finger to the hot-blonde paradigm.

On Suite Française’s set, in 2013, “I play a French peasant, and trust me, I looked revolting,” she says via Zoom. (Her screen name reads “Maggot,” her childhood nickname, rather than “Margot.”) “Then I did Z for Zachariah…and again, I looked revolting. By that time, I thought, I’ve shown people.” As the smallpox-riddled Queen Elizabeth in 2018’s Mary Queen of Scots, Robbie was adorned with oozing sores, scabs and scars.

While filming Suite Française, Robbie made friends with assistant directors Josey McNamara and Tom Ackerley. Both became her business partners, along with her childhood friend Sophia Kerr; she later married Ackerley. The four discussed their mutual producing aspirations, and about what they saw as a lack of desirable film roles for women. “I remember saying, ‘Every time I pick up a script, I want to play the guy,’ ” Robbie recalls. “ ‘Wouldn’t it be so cool if people pick up scripts that we’re making and always wanted to play the female role?’ ”

They decided to found their own production company, calling it LuckyChap Entertainment. Robbie had just turned 24. (The company name was conjured while they were drunk, says Robbie; it may refer to Charlie Chaplin, but no one can really remember.) The LuckyChap mandate, from day one, was to “make female stories.” Each of its projects had to involve a female story or female storyteller. They also, says Ackerley, “wanted to find the next generation of talent,” while being “on the right side of culture.”

Getting any movie made is difficult, but Robbie, now 32, says that the LuckyChap team wasn’t daunted. “[We were] too young and dumb to know how scary [it would] be,” she says. “Starting it all off on a kitchen bench in London, everyone was like: ‘They’re such idiots…it would be a miracle if they did anything.’ ”

But the team promptly manifested just such a miracle, in the form of a spec script by screenwriter Steven Rogers that had been making the rounds: a daring redemption film about former Olympic ice-skater Tonya Harding. Others in the industry dismissed the project, Robbie recalls. “They [were] like, ‘You can’t make that…. You’ve got 200-something scenes, several locations, it’s period,’ ” says Robbie. “We read it and were like, ‘But it’s just f—ing great; it’s the best script ever, so who cares?’ ” They snatched up the option.

When playing Queen Elizabeth, Robbie says that she felt “very restrained, both emotionally and physically.” But with I, Tonya, in which she played the title role, she came out guns blazing and made her true breakthrough. Through the unlikely avatar of Harding, she broadcast the qualities that have since defined a quintessential Robbie role: extreme physicality, an overt defiance of cliché and a willingness to subsume herself entirely in a character.

I, Tonya also served as a declaration of intent for LuckyChap. The young team had just released a film that would be nominated for three Oscars in 2018, including a best performance by an actress in a leading role nomination for Robbie and a win for her co-star Allison Janney. The company and Robbie had certain things in common: Their sensibilities were unconventional, even wild. Both courted risk. And both saw infinite value and opportunity in what others had dismissed.
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Emily   –   September 23, 2022

On Wednesday (September 21), Margot attended the London premiere of Amsterdam. I absolutely loved her look. Margot was wearing a Celine dress with Giuseppe Zanotti shoes. You can find hundreds of new photos from the premiere in the gallery!

Public Appearances > 2022 > Sep 21 | ‘Amsterdam’ London Premiere
Emily   –   September 23, 2022
Emily   –   September 19, 2022

Yesterday, Margot attended the New York premiere of her upcoming film Amsterdam! She was wearing a Chanel floral lace dress. It is great to see Margot back on the red carpet again. Check out the new photos in the gallery!


Emily   –   January 25, 2022

Hello Margot fans! Today, Margot attended the Chanel Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2022 show at Paris Fashion Week! You can find photos from the outside arrivals and front row in the gallery!


Emily   –   August 03, 2021

Last night (August 2), Margot attended The Suicide Squad premiere in Los Angeles! Margot was of course wearing Chanel and also wore By Far shoes. You can check out all the lovely photos in the gallery!

Emily   –   July 23, 2021

Hi Margot fans! Margot made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Wednesday, July 21. I have added photos from her arrivals and from the show to the gallery! You can watch her interview below!

Public Appearances > 2021 > Jul 21 | Jimmy Kimmel Live (Arrivals)
Public Appearances > 2021 > Jul 21 | Jimmy Kimmel Live

Emily   –   June 30, 2021

Hello Margot fans! Margot graces the August issue of British Vogue. She looks beautiful, as always! You can watch an interview she did for the magazine below as well as read her interview.

Magazine Scans > 2021 > August: British Vogue
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2021 > Session 05 | British Vogue

BRITISH VOGUE – Imagine you’re running down a beach, she says. You’re running very fast down a beach, and if you veer to the left, you’ll be blown up. If you step on a stone, you’ll be blown up. “So you have to stick to your path.” Margot Robbie is suddenly alight with an unusual sort of joy, remembering. As she was running down this man-made beach on a backlot in Atlanta, at one point doing a tumble roll and landing on the only safe rock in sight, she was thinking, “Yes.” She was thinking, “I’m having the absolute time of my life.”

She was shooting 2016’s Suicide Squad, the first instalment in the series of films about DC Comics supervillains who form a secret government task force to save the world from certain destruction. It was Robbie’s first time playing Harley Quinn, “professional psychopath” and former lover of The Joker, known for her platinum pigtails and make-up-smeared, maniacal face. She was instantly hooked: since then, she has played Harley in the 2020 spin-off Birds of Prey and, next month, will be seen donning the neon a third time, when an all new film, The Suicide Squad, is released.

“Those scenes,” she continues, almost breathless, “where everything’s exploding around you, and you make it just in time, those massive epic war hero runs? Those movie moments? Girls never get those. Girls never get those.”

As Robbie tells the story, she is grinning so widely that here, in reality, on her sofa in LA, her pit bull, Belle, is moved to lick her teeth. She is cross-legged, wearing a very large Miami Heat sweatshirt, eating a bowl of Cinnamon Crunch and slowly emerging from one of her migraines. She’s had them since she was eight years old, back when she was still living in Australia’s Gold Coast hinterland with her mother and three siblings, a dark pain that starts behind her eye. “I could be in a pitch black room,” she explains, rubbing her temples, “and if someone lit a match I’d be, like, blinded. So being on set is the worst place – I take my medication, sit in the trailer and ask them to do my make-up in the dark.” She chuckles apologetically – “I’m so slow today” – but it quickly becomes clear that this is possibly the ideal time to interview Margot Robbie, slightly groggy and croakily meditative, because otherwise the very pace of her, the glittering energy, might make it hard to keep up.

Having just turned 31, she’s already had the career of a star twice her age, partly because she always asks for what she wants. At 17, she wrote to the producers of Neighbours, resulting in a role as a regular cast member, shooting an episode a day. “But I’d been there for months before I realised that nobody else had other jobs on the side.” She was making sandwiches in Subway at the time. “And I was like, ‘You’re doing acting full-time? That’s possible? OK, wicked, I’m going to do that.’ It was an epiphany.”

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Emily   –   April 26, 2021

Margot attended the 93rd Annual Academy Awards yesterday in Los Angeles. She looked beautiful as always wearing a floral Chanel dress. Margot also now has darker blonde and bangs! They look so cute on her. Check out the photos from the awards in the gallery!

Public Appearances > 2021 > Apr 25 | 93rd Annual Academy Awards