Margot Robbie is now at the place in her career when she can do whatever she wants, and going to Australia and producing Shakespeare plays adapted to focus on female perspectives sounds like a great project to choose for herself.
Quentin Tarantino, a man who recently made news for a 2003 interview in which he defends Roman Polanski’s actions on tape, has cast Brad Pitt and Leondardo DiCaprio in his upcoming Sharon Tate violence fantasy, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
Apparently no one checked in on the guy who played Barney for a while, and boy has he been up to stuff!
Six actors who each star in a recently released film talked to the Hollywood Reporter, and each other, on Tuesday, about various charming and urgent matters—plus one time Margot Robbie found a severed human foot on a beach in Nicaragua!
The kindest thing I can say about I, Tonya is that it has its moments. Margot Robbie, perhaps denied the chance to play rough before, has never been better than she is as Tonya Harding, the real-life hardscrabble figure skating dynamo from the Pacific Northwest, whose downfall was in many ways caused by the same…
Ye of little faith who had doubts that Margot Robbie, an Australian ingenue who claims that she is 26, could embody the irascible and heavily-eyeliner-ed Tonya Harding, prepare to eat your words: the trailer for I, Tonya looks good as hell.
More Suicide Squad content, yaayyy... A film about DC Comics villains The Joker and Harley Quinn is in development, starring Jared Leto and Margot Robbie.
Just days after this glorious photo of Margot Robbie in full Tonya Harding drag was first revealed to a public that was in no way capable of dealing with it, the upcoming biopic/probable camp classic I, Tonya has found its Nancy Kerrigan. Deadline reports the coveted role has gone to Caitlin Carver, an actress and…
A lot of Instagram-facilitated drama occurred between Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian on the eve of their baby special airing on E!. To summarize: Chyna left Kardashian amidst a very fishy Instagram hack, at which point Kardashian proceeded to post several memes, one of which claimed Chyna had inappropriately made off…
Two years after the death of Robin Williams, his widow, Susan Schneider Williams, has published an essay titled “The Terrorist Inside My Husband’s Brain” detailing the neurological disorder that led Robin to take his own life.
As the portmanteau’d PR chimera Hiddleswift continues to grow larger and larger while it feasts upon whatever is left of Tom Hiddleston’s dwindling soul, Calvin Harris wants you to know that Calvin Harris is doing just fine! perfectly fine!, perfectly so so so awesome!, and not thinking of how life is an existential…
Similar to the public’s reaction to the story, in a new interview, Margot Robbie describes her interview with writer Rich Cohen for Vanity Fair as “really odd.”
Cara Delevingne and Margot Robbie are starring together in next month’s summer blockbuster Suicide Squad, a wacky caper in which a goth lit major and an Insane Clown Posse devotee get together to fix Jared Leto’s hair crisis. Love magazine—the British fashion rag you love to buy at the newsstand for $17—got them both…
In a profile for Vanity Fair’s August 2016 cover, writer Rich Cohen struggled to separate actress Margot Robbie from her existence as a sexual being, as many male writers have felt inclined to do about women forever. The feature on its own, which takes an odd tone and is not particularly well-written, was enough to…
In his new profile of Margot Robbie for Vanity Fair, Rich Cohen makes the mistake of equating his sexual desire for Robbie with compelling insight. He also made the mistake of giving all of Australia a lazy backhanded compliment, which is now backfiring at a rapid rate.
Celebrity profiles must somehow convey the legitimacy of their star power, some undeniable quality that explains their image over-saturating our screens. With women, that quality is generally defined by sex appeal, and that sex appeal is generally written about by men.
In the cover story of Vogue’s June issue, Australian actress Margot Robbie is referred to as Hollywood’s 25-year-old “girl of the moment.” This description (written by a man) is both irritating and untrue, as writers should not be describing women as “girls,” and 30-year-old women should not be described as “25.”
2016's potential Next Big Thing Margot Robbie has been cast as 1994's potential Next Big Thing Tonya Harding in the upcoming biopic I, Tonya. Entertainment Weekly reports the film will be written by Steven Rogers, the screenwriter of Stepmom, another movie about two feuding women.