Margot made an appearance with cast for her latest noir film, “Terminal”, a special screening at the Prince Charles Cinema in London before being released in UK cinemas, out now. She appears in an eligant black lace ensemble. Photos from event have been added to the gallery!
In UK cinemas on July 6th. On DVD, Blu-ray and Digital on August 6th.
As Terminal is hitting screens in Russia and across the globe, TASS’ Dmitry Medvedenko speaks to Academy Award nominee Margot Robbie, the film’s star and producer, about what it’s like to do two jobs at a time, how titles get lost in translation, and how she feels about bad reviews and low scores.
– Terminal is coming to theaters across the globe, you filmed two years ago, and the world has somewhat changed over these two years, hasn’t it?
– Yes, definitely. At LuckyChap, our company, all of our films have a large female element to them, whether it’s a female-driven story because there’s a female protagonist, or written or directed by a female. Obviously, in the last just 8 months, after the #metoo and #timesup movement suddenly we had to look at our projects differently, and some suddenly felt even more relevant, while some felt less relevant. It’s a very big shift in the culture and in the industry, and it has kind of brought other things to the forefront of our minds. To reply to your question, Terminal, which had already been shot, it sadly and ironically feels more relevant now, releasing it at this time. It is a classic female revenge story.
– Yet the protagonist in Terminal has a very strong sexual power and vibe that she uses to drive the narrative forward.
– Yes. Vaughn [Stein], the director, and I talked a lot about how Annie has a whole dress-up box and how she can be a chameleon and transform herself into whatever she knows men want to see her as, whether it’s a sexy stripper or a kooky waitress or whatever – she understands the male gaze and knows how it shifts, so she can fulfill her plans where they’re not looking. It was very much a play on the classic film noir or femme fatale trope. And we kind of wanted to lean into that and subvert the tropes in some way.
Margot attends the LA premier of her latest movie “Terminal” in Hollywood along with some of her co-stars. Photos from the red carpet added to the gallery.
Waitress Annie (Margot Robbie) and professor Bill (Simon Pegg) debate suicide vs. living in an exclusive clip from the neo-noir thriller “Terminal.” RLJE FILMS.