Margot attended last night the 26th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards, looking beautiful in a long-sleeve white Calvin Klein v-neck gown. Over 100 photos from the award ceremony have been added to the gallery!
Hello Margot fans! We want to apologize for the slow updates– We recently moved to a new host and it was impossible to update until everything was settled. Now that it’s all settled, i bring you photos from the New York Rangers VS Ottawa Senators hockey game that Margot attended this Sunday, November 27th! The actress was joined by her friends and even chat with actress Lauren Cohan. Photos have been added to the gallery and bellow you may watch a small video posted by New York Ranger’s official twitter account!
— New York Rangers (@NYRangers) 28 de novembro de 2016
Hello Margot fans! Most recently Margot was on Beyond Magic, David Blaines latest magic show where he meets up with celebrities to twist their minds, all whilst getting some hilarious reactions from them. Margot’s reactions upon seeing the tricks are priceless and you can watch it bellow!
Hello Margot fans! Margot has been quite quiet lately as she’s currently working on some projects but yesterday The Hollywood Reporter released the news that Warner Bros. and Margot’s LuckyChap Entertainment are teaming up with producer Denise Di Novi to adapt Beautiful Things, a novel by Gin Phillips. You can read the whole article bellow!
Warner Bros., Margot Robbie’s LuckyChap Entertainment and producer Denise Di Novi are teaming up to adapt Beautiful Things, a novel by Gin Phillips.
Warners has picked up movie rights to the thriller, which LuckyChap will produce along with Di Novi and Di Novi Pictures’ Alison Greenspan.
The book option is the first move for LuckyChap since it signed a first look deal with Warner Bros. in September, on the heels of Robbie forging a strong relationship with the studio thanks to such movies as Suicide Squad and The Legend of Tarzan.
Phillips’ novel sold to Viking in the run-up to October’s Frankfurt Book Fair for a reported $850,000. The hook is compelling: The story is set over three hours and tells of a mother and son who are trapped in a zoo with a gunman on the loose.
LuckyChap is comprised of Robbie, Tom Ackerley, Josey McNamara and Sophia Kerr. It is unclear at this stage if Robbie will star in the adaptation.
Di Novi, a longtime producer for Warners, counts The Best of Me and You’re Not You as her recent credits. She worked with Robbie when she produced Focus, the 2015 heist movie that also starred Will Smith, and is making her directorial debut with Unforgettable, a thriller which stars Rosario Dawson and Katherine Heigl that will be released next year.
LuckyChap is in preproduction on I, Tonya, which will head before cameras in early 2017.
LuckyChap is repped by CAA, Management 360 and attorney Jeff Bernstein of Jackoway Tyerman. Phillips is repped by UTA, who handled the deal on behalf of InkWell Management.
Margot and her Goodbye Christopher Robin co-stars were photographed on October 4th on set of the movie in Windsor, England. Photos have been released and added to our gallery, as you can check it out bellow!
Fresh news, Margot Fans! It has just been revealed by The Hollywood Reporter that Margot is in final negotiations to join the cast of Peter Rabbit, a live-action/CG hybrid adaptation of the children’s tale written by Beatrix Potter!
Margot Robbie is in final negotiations to join the high beta-carotene cast of Peter Rabbit, Sony’s live-action/CG hybrid adaptation of the children’s tale written by Beatrix Potter.
James Corden, Rose Byrne, Domnhall Gleeson, Daisy Ridley and Elizabeth Debicki are already on board the project, being directed by Will Gluck.
Rabbit is being described as a modern interpretation of Potter’s works centering on the rivalry between mischievous young hopper Peter Rabbit and Mr. McGregor, a man trying to keep a rabbit-free garden.
Corden is voicing Peter Rabbit, while Gleeson is playing McGregor. Byrne is portraying a character named Bea, likely a stand-in for the author, Potter.
Details of Robbie’s role are being kept buried in garden but it is known she will voice a bunny.
Gluck is producing Rabbit with Zareh Nalbandian of Animal Logic Entertainment. Gluck also has been revising the latest draft of the script, which was written by Rob Lieber.
Robbie had a busy 2016 with three major movies released: Suicide Squad, Legend of Tarzan, and Whisky Tango Foxtrot. The Australian is just starting to broach the world of voicework, with Rabbit being only her second work. Her first voice acting gig is Larrikins, a DreamWorks Animation movie due out next year.
Maxim Australia has revealed their Maxim 100 Australia list on their November issue, and guess who’s number one? Margot Robbie! Scans from the issue have been added to our gallery!
Hello Margot fans! Our gallery has been recently updated with new outtakes from Margot’s photo sessions for Look! Salzburg and Glamour Mexico, all taken this year. Another new addition is one outtake of the Suicide Squad cast for Empire’s September issue. Enjoy the adds!
Hello Margot fans! Our girl is still in London shooting a movie, so news are a bit slow. However, Variety has announced some great news about the next project Margot will be working on. You can read it bellow!
AI Film will fully finance Craig Gillespie’s upcoming comedy, “I, Tonya”, starring Margot Robbie with Sierra/Affinity to commence international sales at the American Film Market.
Robbie (“Suicide Squad”) is in negotiations to star as American figure skater Tonya Harding as well as produce with Bryan Unkeless for Clubhouse Pictures, Tom Ackerley for LuckyChap Entertainment and Steven Rogers already attached to produce. Len Blavatnik and Aviv Giladi of AI Film are executive producing.
UTA Independent Film Group and CAA are representing US domestic rights.
The film follows the story of Harding’s involvement in the 1994 attack on Nancy Kerrigan, her main rival, prior to the Olympic Games. Variety reported in June that Gillespie (“Lars and the Real Girl”)would direct a script by Steven Rogers.
AI Film’s slate includes “Hacksaw Ridge” and Martin Scorsese historical drama “Silence.” Past projects include “Lee Daniels’ The Butler”; Bill Condon’s “Mr Holmes” with Ian McKellen; and Warner Music collaboration, “Kill Your Friends.”
Robbie and LuckyChap are represented by Management 360, CAA and attorney Jeff Bernstein. Robbie is additionally represented by Aran Michael Management. Rogers is repped by Gersh. Gillespie is represented by UTA and Management 360.
Hello Margot fans! Margot recently chat with Elle Australia about Calvin Klein fragrance Deep Euphoria and beauty products. You can read the interview bellow and learn about all her beauty secrets!
The Queensland native’s star power has been rapidly on the rise since her 2013 breakout performance in The Wolf Of Wall Street. And with two major movies out this year (The Legend Of Tarzan and Suicide Squad), it shows no sign of slowing down. We recently caught up with the 26-year-old actress to chat about her latest project: appointment as the face of Calvin Klein’s new fragrance, Deep Euphoria.
What is your first scent memory? Is there a particular scent that takes you back?
Smells do totally take me back and remind me of a particular time or place or person. I remember admiring my mum’s perfume as a little girl, always seeing her perfume bottles lined up and thinking it was such an adult thing. Like, “Oh, when I’m grown up I’ll wear perfume too.” I remember trying my mum’s perfumes and always smelling older women and thinking, “Oh God, I can’t wait until I get to that stage.” Oddly enough, a lot of women in my family do wear Calvin Klein perfumes and I didn’t realise until I last went home and I hugged my auntie and I was like, “You smell so good. I always think of you when I smell this, what is it?” And she was like, “Oh, it’s Calvin Klein Euphoria.” And I was like, “That’s so weird, I’m actually doing a campaign with them at the moment.” Of course, they asked if they could get free perfume [laughs].
If your auntie represents Euphoria to you, who is the Deep Euphoria woman?
She’s a woman who knows who she is. It feels classic without feeling dated in any way; it feels modern. I’m 26 and it’s a perfume I like wearing. It has those feminine notes and the sensual side to it. Though I do feel strong and empowered in it, and also feminine in a way, which is nice.