On Herself:

    “I was always very dramatic — my family would probably use the word dramatic — as a child; always putting on performances, making everyone come watch, and pay to watch. I was very business-savvy as a child.” -Me in My Place,Esquire
    “Twenty-one years ago, I was born to a pretty crazy family — two brothers and a sister — and everyone’s pretty nuts. I got the best of both worlds — I lived in a beachy town along the coastline in Australia.” -Me in My Place,Esquire

On Donna Freedman:

    “Some of her characteristics I am, she’s fiery and outgoing and I’m a bit like that. Sometimes I can be too loud and say things when I shouldn’t. But I don’t stalk people. Other than that, we’re kind of similar.”

On Pan Am:

    “It’s like an action movie in one episode … It’s incredible … The stakes are so high, it’s gripping.”
    “This is actually my favorite episode … I think it’s my favorite episode so far. Berlin, I really, really love, but this one I literally couldn’t put the script down, and I’m not just saying that.”

On Australia

    “You can’t go out and not be drinking. You’ll get yelled at. Then everyone gets very, very serious about it.” -Me in My Place,Esquire
    “We Australians are incredibly laid-back until it comes to drinking or playing sports.” -Me in My Place,Esquire
    “I miss how outdoorsy everything is in Australia. I love living in New York — it’s so fun, and we don’t have anything as exciting as New York has back home. We just play, you know, beach cricket.” -Me in My Place,Esquire

Steven Peacock on being on set with Margot (Whiskey Tango Foxtrot)

    “She’s such a lovely person and a great actress. She’s doing incredible things. It was nice to have another Aussie accent on set. Everyone speaks so highly of Margot” -TV Week (AUS)

On being nominated for an Oscar

    “I was at home in Australia for the I, Tonya premiere, and it was 1 in the morning when the nominations started coming through. We were already out at the after-party, so I was literally with all my friends and my family, and we were already having some champagne, and then we obviously kept celebrating. It was perfect.” – The Hollywood Reporter

Elizabeth Debicki On Working With Margot Robbie

    “I don’t know I’d love to do something with her. We should find something to do! She’s producing such wonderful film and she’s so devoted with female content. I’d love to work with her. I adore her, I have so much respect for her. She’s wonderful.”

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