Finally have some photos from events, more HQ Pan Am promo photos and added Photoshoot photos!
Hey guys, so sorry there has been no updates in the past month! I have been on holidays then got really sick so that has been the cause of neglect to the site. Also there hasn’t been a wide range of news currently. But never fear I have a big handful of photos to be added to the gallery! But for now, Margot has a mini site on “who say” which links her Twitter account & Facebook page! These are her REAL accounts so you can try get in contact with her! She would love to hear from you all when she gets time from her busy schedule! She appreciates her fans very much! =]
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Here are some MQ photos of Miss Robbie on the set of her next project, Pan Am! Cant wait to see it, hope it goes well for her. <3
Thanks to the attention from “Neighbours Girls” here is an interview with Margot and the cast of Pan Am on the Marilyn Denis show! Click the link below!
FORMER Neighbours star Margot Robbie is busy filming her first US gig as a sexy air stewardess on the ’60s-era series Pan Am, dubbed “Mad Men in the sky”.
Robbie, who plays a stewardess/beauty queen, recently revealed the female cast had to wear super-tight girdles to give them that retro hourglass look.
“The girdles make you walk a certain way,” she said. “I don’t know how women in the 1960s did it. I don’t know how women got dressed by themselves.”
The glam role is tipped to make the former Melbourne girl a major star, with Pan Am scheduled to air on ABC in the US in a coveted timeslot.
A long time ago, getting on a plane was considered an adventure — of the pleasant kind — and ABC’s “Pan Am” (Sept. 25) wants you to sit back, relax and remember when flight attendants were gorgeous, passengers were well-dressed, and everyone had manners.
That ’60s world, says star Christina Ricci, was new and exciting, and she tries to maintain that excitement.
“These stewardesses were looked at as really glamorous symbols,” she says. “We have so much pride in welcoming these passengers on the plane, and they have so much pride in traveling.”
The goal, says producer Jack Orman, is to create a show that is “sweeping and epic and wish-fulfilling.” And one of their wishes clearly is to not be compared to its famous contemporary, AMC’s “Mad Men.”
“Television is just execution,” says producer Thomas Schlamme. “It’s not the time period it takes place in … It has nothing to do with ‘Mad Men.’ We just hope our show is executed in a wonderful way.”
Unlike “Men,” “Pan Am” is focused on women, a crew of flight attendants headed by Ricci. And unlike “Men,” the show has a secret-agent component: An attendant becomes a carrier for the CIA.
“We’ve done some research on this,” Orman says. Pan Am “had a very cozy relationship with the State Department … We weave it in, I think, pretty effectively.”
As the pilot shows, the women who worked for Pan Am were very tightly controlled. There were restrictions on weight, dress and their personal lives, all to help Pan Am sell an image of ideal beauty.
Still, says Ricci, former employees she talked to have fond memories of a job that let them see the world when women’s opportunities were limited.
“What this sends is a message that these women were really free and in charge of their lives.”
Photos from the event are coming soon! Promise!
Sorry the site hasnt been updated in awhile, there hasnt been anymore news till know plus I have either been busy or sick to upload more photos!
ABC’s new drama “Pan Am” is making a point of re-creating the mood of the 1960s, much in the way that the show it’s often compared to — AMC’s “Mad Men” — has succeeded in capturing the feel of that decade.
But “Pan Am” is making one big concession to more modern sensibilities: Despite the fact that smoking on Pan Am flights was a regular thing in the 1960s, the new show will not depict any of the principals smoking cigarettes on flights or in the terminals, reports Entertainment Weekly.
There will be some extras with cigarettes, but the stars, including Christina Ricci and Margot Robbie, won’t light up.
According to executive producer Thomas Schlamme, “It’s an enormous impressionable element. It’s the one revisionist cheat.”
In contrast to “Pan Am,” the 1960s characters on “Mad Men” smoke frequently.
“Pan Am” is set to premiere Sept. 25.
Just updating the gallery, there are still more photos I need to add! I have added MQ photos from Kiehl’s Masque Benefit, Sony Pictures LA Screenings & HQ photos from Melbourne Stakes Day in 2009!
Just posting up some fan videos for Margots 21st! =]
Well, its Miss Robbies birthday and she is 21!!! On behalf of me & her fans, we wish the beautiful, talented Margot a very very very Happy Birthday!!!!! Sorry that it isnt much, been busy as of late! Wish you all the best with everything Margot =] x