One of today’s most well-known actresses is Margot Robbie. As Barbie, she has played the lead in some dubious movies, occasionally starred in a dud, and sometimes produced a smash. Her upcoming film is Babylon, directed by Damien Chazelle. Also, her female-led Pirate of the Caribbean movie was shelved by Disney.
She now believes that The Wolf of Wall Street, a film by Martin Scorsese, nearly caused her to give up her profession. The cause? She went absurd.
Robbie is a well-known star with her own production business, Lucky Chap, ten years later. She is responsible for bringing Harley Quinn to life in DC Universe. She is one of the actresses up for the Oscars for roles in movies like I, Tonya, and Bombshell.
In an exciting interview with Vanity Fair, she remembers her beginnings. “Something was going on in those first few moments and it all seemed pretty horrible to me. I remember saying to my mom, ‘ I don’t think I want to do this.’ too late not to do it’ ,” says Robbie.
The roles of explosive blonde rained down after Scorsese’s film “It was then that I realized that the only way was forward,” reflects the actress. She adds that after Scorsese’s movie came out, it didn’t take long for her to get offers for roles as a fiery blonde.
“People love putting and cataloging people in boxes,” she said. And those pressures did her a lot of damage. “I was aware that the script described me as ‘the sexiest blonde ever‘. I’m clearly not the sexiest blonde ever. I was terrified that people would see the movie and think ‘um, it’s not so good,’ ” She concluded.