A massive couple of days for Margot leading up to the BAFA’s. First attending the Nespresso British Academy Film Awards Nominees Party and then attending the Charles Finch & CHANEL Pre-Bafta party on the Saturday, before the main event on Sunday night. (Photos from all events added to the gallery)
Unfortunatly Margot didnt win the award for leading actress with Frances McDormand again taking the award. However Allison was able to win the Supporting actress award for her portrayal of Tonya Hardings mother in the film. Margot did present an award during the show.
Margot made another appearance on The Graham Norton show in London last night. Heres the interviews and photos added to the gallery.
Margot Robbie has had a lot of memorable moments in the past twelve months, due in large part to her involvement in I, Tonya, the dark comedy she produced and starred in about disgraced former figure skating champ, Tonya Harding.
Through her work on the film, for which she received her first-ever Oscar nomination, Robbie has become friendly with Harding and throughout the film’s run has shared in several very happy moments with the former figure skater. According to Robbie, the most memorable of them all was a chance meeting she saw between Harding and cult movie icon Tommy Wiseau.
“The craziest thing I’ve witnessed was watching Tonya Harding meeting Tommy Wiseau from The Room,” Robbie tells PEOPLE. “Seeing that collision of worlds was like mind boggling, I was like ‘Oh wow, only in Hollywood.’”
Although the actress has now attended multiple awards shows, the one thing she is still trying to master is having the perfect expression ready for when TV cameras pan to her during live broadcasts.
“It’s so awkward when the camera pans to you during an awards show,” she says. “You’re trying to have the appropriate level of excitement on your face without looking manic on screen. What’s going through my head at the time? I’m probably just wondering when the next meal is going to be served, if they’re going to serve food, most of the time they don’t.”
For more on Robbie and the other Oscar nominees check out PEOPLE’s Oscar portfolio photographed by Luis Sanchis in this week’s issue, on newsstands Friday.
The 2018 Oscars ceremony will be held at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center on March 4 and will be televised live on ABC at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT.
Margot made an appearance for the UK premier of her movie ‘I, Tonya’, she was joined with co-star Allison Jennay, director Craig Gillespie and writer Steven Rogers.
I, Tonya is released in UK cinemas on February 23
Margot Robbie wears legless suit as she joins Nicole Kidman and Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown at A-list New York Fashion Week show.
And the Calvin Klein taking the show to the next level, with being feet deep in popcorn, with fellow Aussie actress Nicole Kidman and Laura Dern. Event photos and photocall photos added to the Gallery, will probably have more added later on.
Nissan electric vehicle ambassador Margot Robbie confirms new Formula E concept livery to be revealed at Geneva Motor Show.
PARIS – Nissan electric vehicle ambassador Margot Robbie today revealed during her first ever Facebook livestream that Nissan will premiere its new Formula E electric concept livery at the Geneva Motor Show on March 6.
In another first, the cameras, lights and equipment used to broadcast the live appearance were powered by the new Nissan LEAF battery.
Nissan announced last October that it will enter the fast-growing Formula E series in the 2018/19 season. The all-electric series gives Nissan a highly visible global platform from which to spread the message of Nissan Intelligent Mobility – the three-pillar strategy to redefine how its vehicles are driven, powered and integrated into society.
Last October, Margot announced the Nissan Electric Ecosystem that aims to transform the way you drive and live, and most recently, she announced three new Nissan sustainability pilot projects at Futures 3.0 in Oslo. The pilot projects aim to harness the skills, ingenuity and experience of Nissan’s global workforce to improve energy access and disaster relief. For more information please read here.
“The world is going electric and technology is getting smarter,” said Robbie. “Even the cameras today were powered using the Nissan LEAF – something I never thought a car would be able to do. It’s crazy in a way, but it’s another simple demonstration of how we can change the way we drive and live to create a cleaner and more sustainable world for everyone.”
Critics’ Choice Award winners Allison Janney and Margot Robbie were honored with the 2018 Outstanding Performers of the Year Award by the Santa Barbara International Film Festival at Thursday night’s tribute before a full house at the Arlington Theatre.
Photos from the event are added to the Gallery:
It is almost two months until Easter but it isn’t too early for kids of all ages to hop down the bunny trail starting Friday, Feb. 9 when Columbia Pictures releases the animated/live action Peter Rabbit, featuring a brand-new adventure for the classic characters created by Beatrix Potter.
The new incarnation stays true to the source material in that Peter’s (voiced by James Corden) desire to dine on the delights of Mr. McGregor’s (Domhnall Gleeson) garden is still in full force; but where it takes the rascally, jacket-wearing rabbit, his likewise clothed sisters — Flopsy (Margot Robbie), Mopsy (Elizabeth Debicki), and Cotton-tail (Daisy Ridley) and cousin Benjamin (Colin Moody) — after that is all new.