Newlywed Margot Robbie is back at work and has been spotted on the set of her new film, I Tonya.
The actress was looking a far cry from her usual glamorous self, dressed in character as the infamous Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding.
Sporting a classic 90s look in high-waisted jeans, a blue sweater and a frizzy blonde wig, Margot also appeared to be sporting facial prosthetics to get her further into the character.
The movie will follow Harding as she trains for the 1994 winter Olympics before the infamous attack on rival skater Nancy Kerrigan.
Kerrigan was attacked by a hitman hired by Harding’s ex-husband Jeff Gillooly after a training session, but he failed to break her leg and she went on to win silver in the Olympics while Harding placed 8th.
Gilloy took a plea bargain against Harding and was released from prison after just one year. Harding pleaded guilty to hindering the prosecution and received three years probation, 500 hours community service, a $US160,000 fine and a lifetime ban from the sport.
I, Tonya is scheduled to hit cinemas in 2018 and also stars Sebastian Stan and Allison Janney – the role of Nancy Kerrigan is yet to be confirmed.
David Ayer will direct and produce Gotham City Sirens for Warner Bros. This is the idea that Margot Robbie pitched to the studio for an all-female DC villains movie back in May, in which she’ll make her return as Harley Quinn, the Joker’s psychotic girlfriend from Suicide Squad. Robbie will also serve as EP.
Sherlock Holmes 3 and Tomb Raider reboot scribe Geneva Robertson-Dworet is being tapped to write. DC’s motion picture executives Geoff Johns and Jon Berg will also produce.
Gotham City Sirens was published by DC in 2009, and is part of the Batman: Reborn series. Paul Dini wrote it, while Guillem March illustrated. In addition to Harley Quinn, Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Ra’s al Ghul’s daughter Talia feature prominently in it.
Actress Margot Robbie has just won the Critics’ Choice Award For Best Actress In An Action Movie for her amazing performance as DC Comics’ character Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad!
We will be seeing much more of Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn in the future of the DC Extended Universe as she is currently working on her own stand alone film featuring DC Comics’ Birds of Prey.
The critics may not have liked Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad as a whole, but they enjoyed Gal Gadot and Margot Robbie’s performances enough to nominate them for “Best Actress in an Action Movie”.
It’s DC Comics vs. Marvel in this category, with each side having an equal chance of winning. Here are the nominees:
Best Actress in an Action Movie
Gal Gadot (“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”)
Scarlett Johansson (“Captain America: Civil War”)
Margot Robbie (“Suicide Squad”)
Tilda Swinton (“Doctor Strange”)
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice star Amy Adams didn’t make that list, but she was nominated separately in the “Best Actress” category for her performance in Arrival.
The 22nd annual Critics’ Choice Awards will air on December 11th on A&E at 8pm ET.
Margot Robbie is being courted for a role in the long-awaited Maurizio Gucci biopic, if reports are to be believed. The film, which currently has the working title ‘Gucci’, will revolve around the assassination of Guccio Gucci’s grandson and former head of the fashion house, Maurizio, who was killed by a hitman.
Margot will presumably play his wife, Patrizia Reggiani, who ordered the hit on Maurizio after he sold his stocks in the fashion house for US$170 million. The socialite earned herself the gruesome nickname ‘The Black Widow’ after a hellish media trial and was sentenced to 26 years in prison.
Patrizia famously denied herself an opportunity for parole, declaring, “I’ve never worked in my life and I’m certainly not going to start now”.
The film has tapped Wong Kar-Wai (The Grandmaster, 2046) to direct, while Charles Randolph (The Big Short) has worked on the script.
Although there is no casting for Maurizio just yet, the role was attached to Leonardo DiCaprio while Ridley Scott was still directing. Angelina Jolie was tied to Patrizia, as was Penelope Cruz, at one point.
Congrats to Margot who is nominated for Favourite Movie and Action Movie Actress and “Suicide Squad” for Favourite Movie and Action Movie. AND DONT FORGET TO VOTE HERE: [x]
“Captain America: Civil War”
Favorite Movie Actress
Favorite Action Movie
“Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice”
“Captain America: Civil War”
Favorite Action Movie Actress
You can watch the People’s Choice Awards on CBS, airing live from the Microsoft Theater L.A. on Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017 or stream it live on CBS All Access.
Warner Bros., Margot Robbie, and producer Denise Di Novi have picked up movie rights to Gin Phillips’ thriller novel “Beautiful Things.”
Robbie will produce along with Di Novi and Alison Greenspan, but it’s uncertain if Robbie will star. The deal comes two months after Robbie signed a first-look deal with Warner Bros. to develop and produce feature films through her LuckyChap Entertainment production company.
Robbie has starred in three Warner Bros. films — “Focus,” “The Legend of Tarzan,” and “Suicide Squad.” She’s starring in a “Suicide Squad” spinoff as her character Harley Quinn and will executive produce, and will also star in an adaptation of Dean N. Jensen’s “Queen of the Air.”
Robbie broke out in Martin Scorsese’s “Wolf of Wall Street” and is developing a Tonya Harding biopic and an adaptation of Matt Ruff’s “Bad Monkeys” with Bluegrass Films’ Scott Stuber and Dylan Clark for Universal Pictures.
Phillips’ book, sold last month to Viking, centers on a mother and her son trapped in a zoo with a gunman on the loose.
Di Novi is also based at Warner Bros. and produced “The Best of Me” and “You’re Not You” for the studio. Robbie is repped by CAA, Management 360, and attorney Jeff Bernstein of Jackoway Tyerman.
HATS off to Aussie beauty Margot Robbie for looking classy in 1920s garb as she takes a break while filming Winnie-the-Pooh movie Goodbye Christopher Robin.
The Wolf of Wall Street actress was reunited with Domhnall Gleeson on the Windsor Great Park set after they starred together in 2013 comedy About Time.
The Irishman, 33, best known as Harry Potter character Bill Weasley, dyed his ginger locks blond for the role.
Margot, 26, plays the wife of Pooh creator AA Milne (Domhnall) as they are swept up by the success of his kids’ books.
Child star Will Tilston plays their son.
Margot Robbie is in final negotiations to join Peter Rabbit, Sony/Columbia’s live-action/CGI hybrid feature film based on Beatrix Potter’s classic characters. The pic has been casting up, with Deadline breaking last week that Domhnall Gleeson has been set to play menacing farmer Mr. McGregor.
Will Gluck is directing, with Gleeson and Rose Byrne playing the live-action roles. Robbie joins James Corden as Peter, Daisy Ridley and Elizabeth Debicki in the voice cast. Production starts at Australia’s animated VFX studio Animal Logic in January with an eye at a April 2018 release date. The screenplay is by Rob Lieber with revisions by Gluck.
Robbie is already aboard another classic fairy-tale pic, Fox Searchlight’s untitled A.A. Milne project centered on Winnie the Pooh. That one also stars Gleeson as well as Will Tilston as a young Christopher Robin. Simon Curtis is directing and shooting began last month in and around London.
Robbie, who stole the show in Warner Bros’ Suicide Squad, is repped by CAA, Management 360, attorney Jeff Bernstein and Aran Michael Management.
The first pictures from Fox’s forthcoming film about the life of AA Milne have been released, showing Domhnall Gleeson (The Revenant, The Force Awakens) as the Winnie the Pooh author, with Suicide Squad star Margot Robbie as his wife, Daphne.
Written by Frank Cottrell Boyce and Simon Vaughn, the film charts the Milnes as they struggle with fame in the years following the First World War, as well as their relationship with their son Christopher Robin (Will Tilston), who inspired the beloved Winnie the Pooh books.
Director Simon Curtis said he was “delighted” to be telling the “remarkable and poignant story” of their lives. The film’s cast will also feature Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who recently starred in the title role of BBC sitcom Fleabag, alongside Stephen Campbell Moore (The History Boys) and Alex Lawther (The Imitation Game, Black Mirror).
“I’m thrilled to finally see this fascinating story be realized with such an array of fresh and exciting talent,” said producer Damian Jones, while his co-producer Steve Christian added: “It’s such a joy to be able to share the long held passion that I’ve felt for this story and to see it all come together with a team that I could never have dreamt possible.”
The project is currently untitled, though earlier this summer it was reported that the film would be called Goodbye Christopher Robin. As yet, no release date for the film has been announced.