Welcome to Marvelous Margot, your newest 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 The Legend of Tarzan (as Jane Porter) and Suicide Squad (Harley Quinn). Her upcoming projects include I, Tonya - where she plays the ice skater Tonya Harding, and Gotham City Sirens - movie centered on the female criminals of the DC Universe.

The site aim is to update you with all the latest news, photos and media concerning Margot's career. Take a look around and enjoy your stay! Thank you for visiting the site and be sure to come back soon!
Emily   12.01.2017   0 Comments

On Wednesday (November 29), Margot attended a panel discussion for I, Tonya presented by The New York Times. Margot was looking great in denim by Calvin Klein. Check out photos from the event as well as portraits in the gallery!

Public Appearances > 2017 > Nov 29 | The New York Times presents ScreenTimes ‘I, Tonya’ Discussion [+17]
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2017 > Session 20 | The New York Times [+15]
Nicole   12.01.2017   0 Comments

Margot Robbie talks with Josh Horowitz about working on her own female-centric Harley Quinn movie.


Emily   11.30.2017   0 Comments

This morning (November 30), Margot visited Good Morning America to discuss her latest film I, Tonya! Margot was looking gorgeous wearing a mini dress by Givenchy.

Photos from her talking with the hosts as well as Margot posing outside the studios have been added to the gallery. More to be added to the gallery soon!


Public Appearances > 2017 > Nov 30 | Visits “Good Morning America” – Outside [+35]
Public Appearances > 2017 > Nov 30 | Visits “Good Morning America” [+13]

Nicole   11.30.2017   0 Comments

Back on Thursday night (November 28) Margot and the cast of I, Tonya attended its New York Premiere held at the Village East Cinema. Margot looked very casual in a lace outfit underneath a trench coat, all designed by Calvin Klein‘s Raf Simons.

Several photos from the premiere have now been added to the gallery, but stay tuned on twitter @MargotRobbieCom for additions in the next few days! Enjoy!



Public Appearances > 2017 > Nov 28 | ‘I, Tonya’ New York Premiere [+176]
Public Appearances > 2017 > Nov 28 | ‘I, Tonya’ New York Premiere – After Party [+16]
Nicole   11.29.2017   0 Comments

Back on Monday night, Margot attended the 27th Annual Gotham Awards. Her new movie – I, Tonya – was nominated for Best Feature (won by Call Me by Your Name), and Margot for Best Actress (award won by Saoirse Ronan for Lady Bird).

Even though she – sadly – didn’t pick up any awards, she did looked so so very beautiful and elegant! She was wearing a Yves Saint Laurent green shimmery, sequin dress with Yves Saint Laurent amber velvet sandals and a cigarette case by Roger Vivier (always thanks to DressLikeMargot for all the infos!)

Several photos from the event have now been added to the gallery, but be sure to keep our twitter checked @MargotRobbieCom for some additions in the next few days! Enjoy!


Public Appearances > 2017 > Nov 27 | 27th Annual Gotham Awards [+138]
Public Appearances > 2017 > Nov 27 | 27th Annual Gotham Awards – Inside [+3]
Emily   11.28.2017   0 Comments

VARIETY – Margot Robbie (“I, Tonya”) and Jake Gyllenhaal (“Stronger”) sat down for a chat for Variety‘s “Actors on Actors” presented by Google Home, which airs Jan. 2 to Jan. 4 at 7 p.m. on PBS SoCal KOCE.

Margot Robbie: You’ve been in the business a lot longer than I have. Your first job was when you were 11?

Jake Gyllenhaal: Eleven.

Robbie: Was there a conscious choice to become an actor? If no one in your family was in the business, do you think you would have found your way into the business anyway? Or do you ever wonder what you’d be doing if you weren’t doing this?

Gyllenhaal: Absolutely. You ask those questions at different times. But I think that it’s this crazy blessing that is really a lot about luck, and that makes me feel very grateful. But being around this business my whole life, I think there are a lot of aspects that feel like family. I think we all come to this space one way or another to find different families. It’s interesting in thinking about these two characters [Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding and Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman]: They were both kind of thrust into the spotlight in a particular way — for your character, because of her choice and then also because of the event that happened.

Gyllenhaal: You have always been very clear about that. Separating those two.

Robbie: It’s bittersweet living outside of Australia, because I miss everyone so much, but the fact that they are so removed from it helps me keep my life and my work separate — even though they are intrinsically linked, because all I want to do is work all the time. But becoming famous at [Tonya’s] age without a support network around her, and without a clear distinction, I think would have been incredibly difficult.

Gyllenhaal: I think that’s true. I learned from Jeff that he didn’t ask for those things — he didn’t ask for the attention and to become that thing, but he has slowly evolved into being able to hold that idea for people.

Robbie: I was in tears in the moment when he’s at the Red Sox game and you can just see that he suddenly realizes the responsibility he has and the positive impact he can have on the people around him by just listening to their story and shaking their hand. And I was bawling by that part.

Read more of the interview at the source

Nicole   11.26.2017   0 Comments

THE TELEGRAPH – In the latest behind-the-scenes clip teasing next year’s Peter Rabbit, its stars, including James Corden, Margot Robbie and Daisy Ridley, reveal their excitement over bringing the famous Beatrix Potter creations to the big screen.

“The character of Peter Rabbit is just in the fabric of growing up in the United Kingdom”, Corden says. “He’s such a loveable character, which owes everything to the genius of Beatrix Potter.”

“The film had the blessing of the Peter Rabbit groups,” he assures. “They saw that it was true to the character and the world that Beatrix built.”

Hitting cinemas early next year, the film appears poised to bring to cinemas the same adorable heroics that have captivated readers for generations.

In a film that seamlessly blends animation and live-action, Peter is brought to life through the enthusiastic tones of James Corden, as the rabbit takes his ongoing feud with Mr. McGregor (played by Domhnall Gleeson) to greater heights than ever before.

Mr. McGregor, while continuing to watch over his vegetable patch, finds his anti-animal stance questioned when he sparks up a romance with Bea (Rose Byrne), who happens to love the animals Mr. McGregor often rallies against.

Corden is surrounded by an all-star cast of voiceover actors, including Robbie as Flopsy, Ridley as Cotton-tail and Elizabeth Debicki as Mopsy. Sam Neill plays Mr. McGregor’s father, while pop star Sia, last heard in My Little Pony: The Movie, is also involved.

“The stories are so timeless, it’s nice to escape to that,” Robbie adds during the featurette. “[The film] is so funny, but at the core it’s about being there for the people that you love.” (source)

Nicole   11.23.2017   0 Comments

I, Tonya, Margot and Allison Janney are nominated at the Film Independent Spirit Award. Congratulation to the cast and crew! Wishing you all good luck!

BEST EDITING

Ronald Bronstein, Benny Safdie
Good Time

Walter Fasano
Call Me by Your Name

Alex O’Flinn
The Rider

Gregory Plotkin
Get Out

Tatiana S. Riegel
I, Tonya

BEST FEMALE LEAD

Salma Hayek
Beatriz at Dinner

Frances McDormand
Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri

Margot Robbie
I, Tonya

Saoirse Ronan
Lady Bird

Shinobu Terajima
Oh Lucy!

Regina Williams
Life and nothing more

BEST SUPPORTING FEMALE

Holly Hunter
The Big Sick

Allison Janney
I, Tonya

Laurie Metcalf
Lady Bird

Lois Smith
Marjorie Prime

Taliah Lennice Webster
Good Time

Emily   11.21.2017   0 Comments

Yesterday (November 21), Margot attended a press conference for I, Tonya in Los Angeles. She was looking great, as always! Check out the gallery for over 50 high quality photos. Enjoy!

Public Appearances > 2017 > Nov 20 | ‘I, Tonya’ Press Conference [+58]
Emily   11.18.2017   0 Comments

Margot graces the December issue of Vogue Australia. Check out the beautiful cover and some outtakes in the gallery. Scans will be added soon!

Magazine Scans > From 2017 > December: Vogue Australia [+1]
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2017 > Session 18 | Vogue Australia [+3]

VOGUE AUSTRALIA – Margot Robbie opens the door to an enormous hacienda-style mansion in Albuquerque, New Mexico, a door lined with Halloween pumpkins of varying sizes and hilarity. “Hi, I’m Margot!” she offers with a huge grin. Suddenly a scruffy little black rescue dog the size of a feather duster leaps out, spinning in circles, and Robbie’s smile turns to a frown of panic: “Oh, be careful, he might pee on you!” The pooch, named Boo Radley, jumps up and begins standing on two legs with such panache that you forget he is actually a four-legged animal.

It is a comical moment akin to a scene out of a Woody Allen comedy that morphs into Entourage: the bombshell movie star – dressed off-duty in dark denim overalls, a striped red-and-blue T-shirt and white hotel slippers – and her excitable canine named after one of literature’s most famous characters, holding court in the middle of the desert. The rest of the home’s residents, who come and go over the next two hours, make up the supporting cast: there is Josey McNamara, the friend and business partner who appears from another room halfway through the interview, Sophia Kerr, the childhood bestie who doubles as an assistant and pops in from behind a stairwell, and Tom Ackerley, the handsome, laconic husband who wanders into the kitchen from the gym. Only this is Robbie’s real life, these are her real friends, and this is more than just a movie.

Robbie, 27, encompasses everything you want from a leading lady: she is funny and feisty, a femme fatale with looks to die for and a business-savvy, brilliant attitude to boot. She talks feminism and being a female role model as easily as discussing her favourite fashions while simultaneously crunching movie budget numbers like a seasoned accountant. Her favourite term “100 per cent” slips into conversation as easily as her other typical twentysomething saying, “like”; and her face lights up at the sight of her husband as much as it does when she discusses her absolute love for making movies. Family and friends are obviously her primary passions, with films coming in a very close second.

It has been 10 years since Robbie burst onto our TV screens in Neighbours before making the leap to Hollywood with a life-changing, scene-stealing turn in The Wolf of Wall Street in 2013. Since then her movie repertoire has run the gamut from indie films (Suite Française, Z For Zachariah) to comedies (Focus, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot) to blockbusters (The Legend of Tarzan, Suicide Squad). In the coming months, she will appear in the period dramas Mary, Queen of Scots (in which she plays Queen Elizabeth I with a receding hairline and scarred skin) and Goodbye, Christopher Robin, in which she portrays Winnie-the-Pooh author AA Milne’s socialite wife Daphne with perfectly British aplomb. And while her star continues to rise, Robbie, not one to just sit back and enjoy the trimmings of Hollywood success, is now venturing further and stepping up into her newest role: that of producer and self-described president of her own production company. She is taking control of her own destiny from behind the scenes, where she wants to be a female role model by example, in charge of producing female-driven content.

I already work with a ton of female writers who are brilliant, and I want to work with female directors,” she says. “I really want to work with actresses my own age. I’m trying so hard to get projects up and running with an ensemble of young female characters, because that’s my life, my group of girls, we’re a gang and we roll together and I’m like: ‘Why is that not reflected in film?’” She adds that a matured sense of confidence from several years honing the machinations of Hollywood has propelled her to take on producing. “I feel like I’ve been in the business long enough now watching other people make those decisions. I’ve had enough experiences to have more of an opinion like: ‘Actually, I wouldn’t have done it like that, or I think they should have done something different right now.’ So now I get to be one of those people who say: “Hey, maybe we should do it a little differently.” It’s nice to have that opportunity. It’s enormously satisfying to build something and to be part of something and to take control of my career.”

Read the rest of the story/interview at the source