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.

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Emily   06.06.2019   0 Comments

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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Nicole   05.22.2019   0 Comments

Back on April 28, Margot attended the Tribeca Film Festival for promoting and presenting her new movie Dreamland. While there she was guest at Deadline Studio and she’s also taken some amazing portraits – solo and with the rest of the cast.

The gallery has been updating with several outtakes from Deadline and People portraits and her appearance at the Deadline Studio. Be sure to check them out and enjoy!

For the occasion Margot looked splendid wearing a white Alexa Chung square neck short dress with Jimmy Choo Ava 100 black liquid pointy pumps (thanks to Dress Like Margot for the infos!)

Nicole   05.22.2019   0 Comments

BRITISH VOGUEMargot Robbie and Chanel have solidified their partnership with the announcement of another exciting collaboration. Having starred as the face of the winter sports “Coco Neige” campaign in 2018, Robbie is now the newest ambassador for Chanel Fragrances.

“It’s a dream to represent such a timeless and iconic brand. The history of the Chanel woman is so exciting and the brand has remained such a powerful feminine standard of style,” Robbie said of her latest role in a statement released by the brand.

Robbie has chosen Chanel for many notable occasions, such as the couture gown she wore to the Academy Awards in 2018, which was custom designed by Karl Lagerfeld and coincided with the announcement that she was becoming an ambassador of the fashion house.

The brand has remained tight-lipped on which fragrances Robbie will be fronting – or if they will be new fragrances altogether. Robbie will be in good company alongside fellow actors and ambassadors Keira Knightley, Lily Rose Depp and Kristen Stewart.

It’s shaping up to be big year for Robbie, with her turn as Sharon Tate in Quentin Tarantino’s hotly-anticipated Once Upon A Time In Hollywood out in July, and production for Suicide Squad 2 beginning later this year. Meanwhile, her LuckyChap Entertainment production company is working on numerous projects, including Emerald Fennell’s directorial debut, Promising Young Women. (source)

Nicole   05.01.2019   0 Comments

Back on Sunday (April 28) Margot attended the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival to promote her new movie Dreamland.

She was wearing a black lace jumpsuit, black cashmere cardigan and black leather belt from Chanel’s Fall 2019 Act 1 Ready-to-Wear collection with Jimmy Choo Anouk pumps shoes and looked great in my opinion! Several photos from the event have now been added to the gallery, enjoy!


Emily   02.11.2019   0 Comments

Last night (February 11), Margot attended the 2019 EE British Academy Film Awards. Margot wore another dress from the Chanel Spring Couture 2019 Collection. Unfortunately, Margot didn’t win for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, but congrats to Rachel Weisz!

Margot also presented the award for Best Actor in a Leading Role. Congrats to Rami Malek!

Emily   02.11.2019   0 Comments

On February 9, Margot attended the Charles Finch & Chanel Pre-BAFTA’s Dinner! She looked beautiful wearing Chanel 2019 Spring Couture Collection. The gallery has been updated with photos from the event!

Emily   01.28.2019   0 Comments

Last night, Margot attended the 25th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. Unfortunately, Margot didn’t win, but congrats to Emily Blunt! Margot looked beautiful wearing Chanel from the Pre-Fall 2019 Collection. The gallery has been updated with HQ photos from the arrivals as well as the cocktails.

Nicole   01.25.2019   0 Comments

Vanity Fair has given an exclusive preview of Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Margot looks amazing as Sharon Tate!

VANITY FAIR – Quentin Tarantino was six years old and living in the Los Angeles area when, in the summer of 1969, hell broke loose. You know this story: five people murdered over the course of two days that August, shot and stabbed by a clan of hippie impressionables in anticipation of Helter Skelter, Charles Manson’s idea of holy terror. It’s a Hollywood tale—not least because its most famous victim, the pregnant actress Sharon Tate, was the wife of director Roman Polanski, which put the terror square in the back lot’s backyard

But it’s a Hollywood story for bigger reasons. This was an era, not merely an event; a lifestyle, a people, a widespread obsession—not merely a spot on a timeline or map. The city is a sprawl. So was 1969. And so is the work of Quentin Tarantino, whose last three movies were violent but (mass Nazi execution notwithstanding) playful excursions into history, all of them riffs on the deviant style and rough talkiness of the Westerns Tarantino loves, even the Dirty Dozen-esque World War II picture Inglourious Basterds, in which a motley troop of American badasses, a mock-Tennessean Brad Pitt at its helm, takes its grievances out on Nazi skulls.

Now he’s back with a Western of a different stripe: an old-school L.A. story à la Pulp Fiction and Jackie Brown, the kind of city epic only a nostalgic of Tarantino’s wit and peculiarity could attempt to really do justice. Once Upon a Time . . . in Hollywood, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio as a faded TV Western star and Pitt as his stunt double, is, as its sand-battered title suggests, a throwback. For Los Angeles, sure, but also for Tarantino, who, after traveling as far and wide as the Third Reich and the Shaolin Temple, is bringing it home.

Once Upon a Time . . . in Hollywood will be released July 26.

Film Productions > Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) > Production Stills [+1]
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Nicole   01.21.2019   0 Comments

Back on Sunday, January 06 Margot and Saoirse Ronan were guest at The Andrew Marr Show in London for promoting Mary Queen of Scots. Few stills from the episode have now been added to the gallery, and below you can also watch a bit of their interview. Enjoy!

Public Appearances > 2019 > Jan 06 | Visits ‘The Andrew Marr Show’ [+3]

Nicole   01.21.2019   0 Comments

BUZZFEED – When it was announced that Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie would be playing royal rivals in Mary Queen of Scots, there was no doubt it would be worth a watch. Both were Oscar-nominated last year for their respective roles in Lady Bird and I, Tonya, and their resumés were already impressive: Saoirse started acting aged 9, going on to appear in movies like Atonement, Hanna, and The Lovely Bones; Margot is immediately recognisable for playing Harley Quinn, who’ll be getting her own Suicide Squad spinoff next year.

When we at BuzzFeed were given the chance to speak with Saoirse and Margot to promote Mary Queen of Scots in London recently, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity. They told us all about what it was like to finally work together and what kind of roles they’d love to take on next…

(Read the rest of the interview at the source)

Check these beautiful portraits of Margot taken while doing the interview in our gallery! Enjoy 🙂

Photoshoots & Portraits > 2019 > Session 02 | BuzzFeed [+2]