Margot is in New Zealand filming her leading role of Anne in Z For Zachariah, directed by Craig Zobel. The film is an adaptation of the post-apocalyptic Robert C. O’Brien novel and focuses on a young small-town girl who survives a nuclear war. Margot will star with Chris Pine and Chiwetel Ejiofor.
Could we be seeing Margot opposite Alexander Skarsgard in the upcoming remake of Tarzan?
For the Vanity Fair’s Hollywood Edition, Photographer Annie Leibovitz brought together Oscar veterans and up-and-comers to celebrate the 20th anniversary.
On the cover: Julia Roberts, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Idris Elba, and George Clooney, Sadly, Roberts, Jared Leto, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Naomie Harris, Brie Larson, Chadwick Boseman, Margot Robbie, and Léa Seydoux.
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He didn’t know her name but that didn’t stop Hugh Hefner from inviting Margot to pose for Playboy, telling Us Weekly he was impressed by her performance.
“Send her a message! We’re ready for her. She would be great,” he said.
Margot told New Zealand news program ‘The Edge’ that it would be too much for her family!
“I’ve put my family through enough,” said Robbie, joking that she would only think about posing for Playboy if she was older and her career was heading south.
“When I’m in my 50s I’m going to be looking back saying, ‘whoop whoop’, look how good mum looked,” says Robbie.
Margot has no regrets about baring all as Belfort’s wife in Wolf Of Wall Street,
“When I’m in my 50s I’m going to be looking back saying, ‘Whoop, whoop’, look how good mum looked,” she said.
“I had a crew around me making me look that good. That was not completely my assets,” she told the Sydney Daily Telegraph.
“And I had eaten an apple pie the night before so don’t come to me for diet advice, just have a whole team lighting you and oiling you and you will look fantastic.”