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January 8, 2019 — By

BBC

Margot Robbie is to play iconic doll Barbie in a live-action film.

The star of Suicide Squad, I, Tonya and Mary Queen of Scots will also produce the movie through her production company, LuckyChap Entertainment.

In a statement, Robbie said playing with the doll promoted “confidence, curiosity and communication“.

I’m so honoured to take on this role that I believe will have a tremendously positive impact on children,” the Australian actress continued.

Robbie, 28, said she could not have imagine “better partners” than Warner Bros and Barbie creator Mattel.

The film, which has yet to have a title, a director or a release date, marks the first collaboration between the two US companies.

Margot is the ideal producer and actress to bring Barbie to life on screen in a fresh and relevant way for today’s audiences.” said Toby Emmerich of Warner Bros.

Comedian Amy Schumer had previously been cast to play the doll, only to drop out of the project in 2017.

“I’m bummed, but look forward to seeing Barbie on the big screen,” the star of Trainwreck said at the time.

It was rumoured last January that Anne Hathaway was in talks to take over the role.

In October, it was reported that the film, previously a Sony production, would use a “revised” script by Ocean’s 8 writer Olivia Milch.

The first Barbie doll, made by Mattel, was introduced to the world at the New York Toy Fair in 1959.

The character went on to appear in a string of TV shows and animated films, among them the Toy Story movies.

Scandinavian band Aqua had a hit in 1997 with their single Barbie Girl, which contained the lyrics: “Life in plastic, it’s fantastic.”

January 8, 2019 — By

W MAGAZINEMargot Robbie and Michael B. Jordan seem to effortlessly check all the movie star boxes: Megawatt charm? Check (those smiles!). Actor clout? No problem (having Martin Scorsese and Ryan Coogler launch their respective careers can’t hurt). Lucrative blockbuster movie franchises? Yep, that too (Robbie in Suicide Squad and Jordan in Creed, with a memorable detour into Wakanda). So, as it turns out, they have a lot to talk about—and not just about fame and their good fortune. Here, as part of our annual Best Performances portfolio, Robbie, who starred in the recent palace-intrigue period drama Mary Queen of Scots, and Jordan, who returned in Creed 2 and dominated the screen in Black Panther this year, sit down with W’s Editor at Large Lynn Hirschberg to share not only how it is they make morally questionable villains like Harley Quinn and Killmonger into magnetic antiheroes, but also their totally embarrassing early email addresses, their most memorable red carpet fashion faux pas, and their frankly amazing first kiss stories.

So Michael, what’s the first album you ever bought?

Michael B. Jordan: First album? Ah, man, that’s a good one.
Margot Robbie: Oh, that is a good one.
Jordan: I want to say, on cassette tape… um, Usher’s My Way.
Robbie: That’s a good answer.
Jordan: You’re taking me back. I want to say I rode my bike to the music store that was, like, down the street.

What was the first album you ever bought, Margot?

Robbie: I think the first album I bought was, um, AFI’s Sing the Sorrow. I was in a bit of a heavy metal phase. But I think the first single I bought was Blink 182, “All the Small Things.”
Jordan: Okay. So the heavy metal. Are you still in that phase or did you pass that?
Robbie: Occasionally.
Jordan: Occasionally?
Robbie: Occasionally.

Have you ever gone through a heavy metal phase, Michael?

Jordan: I have not.
Robbie: [Laughs.]
Jordan: But electric guitar solos are my thing. Like, I love, the Ernie Isleys of the world, the “Who’s That Lady” solo is pretty incredible. [Michael Jackson’s] “Dirty Diana” is pretty good.

Do you play air guitar?

Jordan: Air guitar? All day. [Laughs.]
Robbie: I can air guitar. That’s about the extent of my musical prowess, really.

Michael, did you box before Creed?

Jordan: I never officially boxed but karate, martial arts, and stuff like that. And then I kinda segued into boxing.

And you, Margot, have you ever boxed?

Robbie: I’ve done a bit of boxing, yeah—mainly to prepare for fight training, like stunt work. And I really, really like it. I have stupidly long arms, like, they’re too long for my body. So actually it’s kind of good when you’re boxing.
Jordan: The reach is incredible.
Robbie: An extra long reach. And it looks good on camera. Having long limbs on camera makes your punches—
Jordan: Your punch is a little wider, yeah, yeah, yeah. She knows what she’s talking about.

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Photoshoots & Portraits > Photoshoots in 2019 > #001 W Magazine’s ‘Best Performances of the Year’

December 12, 2018 — By

On December 10, Margot Robbie attended the London premiere of her new movie Mary Queen of Scots, together with Saoirse Ronan, the movie director Josie Rourke and the rest of cast & crew.

She looked very regal wearing a Rodarte ruffle hem flocked dot chiffon gown with a sequinned rose at the waist.

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Public Appearances > Appearances from 2018 > Dec 10 │’Mary Queen of Scots’ world premiere in London, UK

December 12, 2018 — By

THE NEW YORK TIMES – When Josie Rourke made her pitch to direct “Mary Queen of Scots,” about the royal rivalry between the Scottish ruler Mary Stuart and the English Queen Elizabeth I, she suggested thinking of the movie as a renaissance version of “Heat.” Like that thriller, which cast Al Pacino and Robert De Niro on opposite sides of the law, “what the film needed was a really great scene for two women to play opposite each other,” Rourke said.

Much of “Mary Queen of Scots” (due Friday) builds to that moment when Mary and Elizabeth finally meet — a cinematic flourish, as historians believe the two communicated only by letter. The film’s scene is the sort of centerpiece that only works if you know the women playing it are formidably matched equals offscreen, too. In casting Margot Robbie as Elizabeth opposite Saoirse Ronan’s Mary, Rourke found a pair so well-matched that they even competed against each other for last season’s best actress Oscar.

Ronan was nominated then for “Lady Bird,” a coming-of-age tale that signaled the 24-year-old actress’s interest in playing complicated young women, while Robbie was in the mix for her performance in “I, Tonya” as the disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding, proving the 28-year-old actress could play roles quite unlike her breakout bombshell in “The Wolf of Wall Street.” The two women sit atop Hollywood’s young A-list, but Ronan and Robbie both bristle at traditional notions of how an actress — or, for that matter, a queen — is expected to wield that power.

(Read the rest of the interview at the source)

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Photoshoots & Portraits > Photoshoots in 2018 > #022 The New York Times

December 12, 2018 — By

On Monday (December 03) Margot Robbie attended a Mary Queen of Scots screening with Q&A hosted by Women of the World, togehter with the movie director Josie Rourke.

During the event Margot wore a Rouje Gabin Dress (thanks Dress Like Margot).

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Public Appearances > Appearances from 2018 > Dec 03 │’Mary Queen of Scots’ Tina Brown Tastemaker screening and Q&A in New York City




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