Margot Robbie was said to be 'thrilled' when Tonya Harding turned up at the premiere of her new biopic movie I, Tonya, in which Robbie plays the disgraced figure skater.
Margot Robbie hits the ice in the first 'I, Tonya' trailer, which tells the story of disgraced ice skater Tonya Harding.
Remember that one time Rihanna told us to “shine bright like a diamond”? Since this sentiment can easily extend to our fashion…
Filmmaker posts enigmatic tweet with a photo of the much-loved villains. Could he be trying to tell us something?
Watch Domhnall Gleeson and Stephen Campbell Moore as the creators of Winnie The Pooh in this exclusive new clip from 'Goodbye Christopher Robin'.
Margot Robbie, Kelly Macdonald and newcomer Will Tilston co-star in true-life drama about the creator of Winnie the Pooh.
The first trailer for 'Goodbye Christopher Robin', the biopic of Winnie The Pooh creator A.A. Milne has landed.
The casting of the Australian 'Wolf of Wall Street' star as Queen Elizabeth I in a planned movie about Mary Queen of Scots isn't going down to well.
The actress appeared to be wearing padding while portraying the former Olympic ice skater.
What does it take to play the “most famous female villain in the DC Universe?” That’s the questioned answered by Margot Robbie in the above exclusive clip from the upcoming digital/Blu-ray release of Suicide Squad. “Margot really settled into an incredibly difficult role,” director David Ayer gushes in the clip, which is part of a bonus featurette focusing on Harley and the Joker.
Suicide Squad crashes theaters this weekend and one member of the psychotic crew of antiheroes is already being talked up for her own solo spinoff: Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn. The character’s co-creator, Paul Dini, recently gave us a guided tour of Harley’s history; click through for some of his insights into Daddy’s Li’l Monster as we trace her path from animated second banana to DC movie superstar.
The cast of ‘Justice League’ turned out to support their fellow DC Universe cast mates last night at the ‘Suicide Squad’ UK premiere in London’s Leicester Square. Zack Snyder, Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Ezra Miller, and Jason Momoa were the surprise guests at the film’s gala screening that saw thousands of fans gathering to catch a glimpse of their heroes… and villains. (Image credits: PA)
It’s not only the attendees who dressed up for Comic-Con International in San Diego last week. The most stylish A-listers including Margot Robbie, Cara Delevigne and Emma Roberts put on their best glamorous outfits as they attended numerous talks, parties and signings.
A new profile of Margot Robbie in US magazine Vanity Fair has been branded ‘creepy and lecherous’ over its portrait of the Australian actress. Writer Rich Cohen, who is also a co-creator of the now-axed Martin Scorsese HBO series 'Vinyl’, has also come under heavy criticism for referring to Australians as 'throwback people’ in the article. The piece appears in the August issue of the magazine, titled 'Welcome to the Summer of Margot Robbie’, and has been published to coincide with her new movies 'The Legend of Tarzan’ and 'Suicide Squad’, and now Twitter is ablaze with people pulling Cohen up on its tone.