Margot Robbie is Barbie Nobody: The “Babylon” star of sailing in Hollywood

When I met her, Robbie had just finished David O’s press tour. contact Amsterdam, A quirky movie set in the 1930s where she starred opposite Christian Bale and John David Washington. Russell is known for, shall we say, capacitor Nature in a group. For starters, he made Amy Adams cry while doing this American blackmail I yelled rudely at Lily Tomlin on set I Heart Huckabees In a video so shocking that it is now the stuff of legend. I ask if Robbie has any fear of working with him, especially in this “new” Hollywood where, ideally, toxic behavior is not tolerated. “The process with David started years ago,” she says, adding that they created her character together. One conversation led to another conversation that led to another conversation that lasted for years and years. So it wasn’t a moment of liking, “Can you sign up for a movie by David O. Russell?” She appreciated the brainstorming process, and says, ‘I’ve never been involved in that as an actress. I’ve never had a director who wanted to hear my point of view so much in the development process.”

I ask if the group is not comfortable at all. She shakes her head no. “I had a very nice experience,” she says. “The other thing I wish people would understand is that when you make a movie, you don’t make it with just one director and actors. You make a movie with many people.” She singles out Oscar-winning cinematographer Emmanuel “Chevo” Lubezki and says working with him has been one of the “absolute highlights” of her career.

As we speak, Robbie is open and generous, often indulging in sentimental stories about her laid-back experiences, favorite movies, or podcasts (she loves Dickens team, Filmmaking podcast featuring cinematographer Roger Dickens and his wife James Ellis Dickens). She is more careful when she deviates in her personal life. “It’s a ridiculous thing,” she says. “When you are an actor, the whole point is that you show people else people, so it doesn’t make sense to talk about yourself when you spend all that time hiding yourself.”

However, she seems to hide nothing more than human fitness (she paid off her mother’s mortgage with her first big paycheck) and a fondness for spending quality time with friends (she takes girls’ surfing trips to Nicaragua and group vacations to Spain). Some additional details that indicate we’re dealing with a real 3D person here: Ruby can open a beer bottle with another beer bottle. She wants to learn to play the banjo. threw a love island– A themed birthday party. “She really loves it love island Which is surprising just because it’s so classy,” says Hudson. “But yeah, that’s definitely a pleasure to waste hours on.”

wear it Louie. Photo by Mario Sorrenti. Designed by Anastasia Barbieri.

at one point, Robbie says she wishes she was an actress in her twenties or even seventies. But she was able to play a variety of roles – putting dimples on her face to play Queen Elizabeth I Mary Queen of Scots, She wears Tonya Harding’s padded bodysuits and bodysuits, uses glowing face paint and a baseball bat for Harley Quinn—while also producing the kind of projects she’s been craving. Clara Pau could only play one type of character and had very little control over her career – which, I can say for sure, wouldn’t sit well with Ruby. I took out another notebook and Walt Whitman read: “Am I against myself? Very well, I am against myself. I am big. I contain multitudes.” She looks up and smiles. “Have many people” is a great thing to remind yourself. “

Hollywood didn’t expect it to have such large numbers. When I climbed to the top after that wolf of wall street At 22, Robbie was offered the roles of a hot and predictable blond, which she all refused. Tell her that Hollywood likes to put items in a box, and it goes so far: “I think People I like to put people in boxes.” So far, Robbie hasn’t gotten enough credit for her work as a producer. In 2014, she founded LuckyChap Entertainment with three of her closest friends—one of whom, Tom Ackerley, became her husband in 2016. The company’s first release was in 2017 I’m Tonya A critical hit that garnered three Oscar nominations and a win for Jani. In 2021, young promising It brought five more Academy Award nominations and a screenwriting win for Emerald Fennell. The company, which supports women’s stories and storytellers, has produced five films this year, including Vinyl’s Next.

then there Barbie. The movie was basically dead after mixing up the main cast (Amy Schumer and Anne Hathaway) and the book until Robbie signed on to star and produce. Greta brought Gerwig into a novel (with her partner, Noah Baumbach) and directed it, with the goal of having a subversive take on the world’s most famous doll. “Making a straightforward Barbie movie would have been too easy, and anything easy to do probably isn’t worth doing,” says Robbie. Gerwig was so impressed by Robbie that he was dumbfounded: “Once, I wanted to capture Margot in slow motion but make everything move fast, so I went up to her and said, ‘Can you move at 48 fps, even though we’re capturing 24 fps and it will move? Everyone at a normal speed? ‘ She did some math behind her eyes and then did it. It actually moved at a higher frame rate. I don’t know what category you fall into other than magic.”

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