Imagine Fox’s The Last Man on Earth, but with more danger—hello, radioactive streams—and more drama. That’s what you get with Z for Zachariah, an upcoming film starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Margot Robbie, and Chris Pine.
The film is based on Robert C. O’Brien’s 1974 novel of the same name, and follows a female survivor of the apocalypse whose life is made even more complicated when two men arrive at her remote valley farm. Judging from the trailer, Robbie and Ejiofor’s characters get off to a romantic start—but once Pine’s character shows up, the guns (literally) come out. Watch the trailer below:
While making the caper dramedy Focus, Will Smith and Margot Robbie trained on set with thief expert Apollo Robbins, who taught Smith mind tricks and Robbie how to lift cellphones off unsuspecting production assistants.
It didn’t always go so well.
“I chickened out when I had to do the actual lift and the guy turned around and my hand was in his back pocket,” says Robbie, mimicking her shame. “And it just looked like I was trying to cop a feel. Every time I walked past him in the hallways he’d put his back to the wall.”
Hollywood A-lister Margot Robbie debuted a striking new crop on the Oscars red carpet on Sunday night, swapping her trademark long tresses for a modern angular bob.
The Wolf Of Wall Street starlet turned heads as she showcased the blunt cut, revealing its angular nature to the flashing cameras as she brandished her trademark mega watt smile at the 87th Academy Awards, held at the landmark Dobly Theatre.
Opting for sleek simplicity, the 24-year-old Australian’s trademark tumbling locks were reworked into a sharp diagonal cut which featured a graduated front.
Draping her famed physique in a plunging black gown by Yves Saint Laurent, the Australian beauty was all brooding femme fatale, her lips painted a deep blood red.
Speaking on the red carpet the former Neighbours star told Ryan Seacrest, 40: ‘This necklace is worth more than my life’.
Featuring exquisite diamonds and sapphires and a tasseled detailing set in 18K yellow, she revealed: ‘It was created for the Duchess of Windsor or something in the ’30s, I am very lucky to be wearing this.’
Robbie presented the Academy Award for Technical Achievement and the Gordon E. Sawyer Award at this year’s Oscars.