Margot in the current issue of Evening Standard Magazine (July 20, 2018). Scans added to the gallery.
Margot is the next cover girl for the 20th Anniversary of Harpers Bazaar Australia. Cover added to the gallery. Shoot and scans to come.
Margot features in this weeks NW and Who magazines on her new biopic movie “I,Tonya”. Plus I have a whole heap more magazine scans I have been meaning to add in the next couple of weeks or so! MRO Exclusive!
Margot Robbie is gracing the cover of Elle magazine’s February 2018 issue, on newsstands January 16.
On directing: “I still love acting. But I’ve spent the last 10 years on a film set, and I realized that if I am pouring my heart and soul into a film, I want to be one of those voices in the conversation making decisions.”
On the first highlight of her career: “When I got to New York for the first time, I took my first paycheck, walked straight into Tiffany’s on Fifth Avenue, and bought an airplane charm that goes on my bracelet. It was the best feeling ever. I got my little blue box, and I got it for myself.”
On which skill she wants to master: “I recently bought fire-twirling poles, because I really want to get good at it. When I was backpacking in the Philippines, there were heaps of fire twirlers on the beach, and it was so cool. I was like, Wow, I really want to do that!”
For more check out more on the Elle website, [Here]
An ingenue turns indie producer with the figure skating biopic ‘I, Tonya’ as she opens up about the downside of starring in ‘Suicide Squad’ (“Now you have to be able to afford security”) and maps out a plan for career longevity: “I don’t want to burn hard and fast and then disappear.”
Before Margot Robbie set out for Hollywood, an agent in her native Australia advised her to prepare to answer a question she’d inevitably be asked when she arrived.
“What do you want out of your career?”
Robbie, then 20 and starring in a local soap opera, took the advice seriously. She began scribbling pages and pages of notes before ultimately whittling her answer down to just three words: “Quality, versatility and longevity.” Nail the first two, she thought, and the third will follow.