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Margot Covers British Vogue

Margot Covers British Vogue

Margot is the August cover star of British Vogue! I’ve added the magazine covers and photoshoot to the gallery.

“If I Want Something, I Have To Make It Happen”: Margot Robbie Refuses To Be Put In A Box

VOGUE – Imagine you’re running down a beach, she says. You’re running very fast down a beach, and if you veer to the left, you’ll be blown up. If you step on a stone, you’ll be blown up. “So you have to stick to your path.” Margot Robbie is suddenly alight with an unusual sort of joy, remembering. As she was running down this man-made beach on a backlot in Atlanta, at one point doing a tumble roll and landing on the only safe rock in sight, she was thinking, “Yes.” She was thinking, “I’m having the absolute time of my life.”

She was shooting 2016’s Suicide Squad, the first instalment in the series of films about DC Comics supervillains who form a secret government task force to save the world from certain destruction. It was Robbie’s first time playing Harley Quinn, “professional psychopath” and former lover of The Joker, known for her platinum pigtails and make-up-smeared, maniacal face. She was instantly hooked: since then, she has played Harley in the 2020 spin-off Birds of Prey and, next month, will be seen donning the neon a third time, when an all new film, The Suicide Squad, is released.
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ELLE France (April 2021)

Margot is the cover star for the new ELLE France April 16th issue! Check out the magazine scans below.

Margot for ELLE

Margot for ELLE

Margot Robbie Makes Her Move

ELLE – Margot Robbie is, yes, a knockout. But like the women she’s portrayed in her decade-long career—a trophy wife on a mission in The Wolf of Wall Street; a balls-to-the-wall war reporter in Whiskey Tango Foxtrot; the feisty, feminist Jane in The Legend of Tarzan; and, of course, Suicide Squad’s lovable lunatic criminal, Harley Quinn—the Aussie stunner is so much more than an ingenue. Below, find a preview of Robbie’s February cover interview with her I, Tonya co-star, Allison Janney, where she discusses her future as a director, the highlight of her career and what it was like playing Tonya Harding:

On fear of playing a real-life character: “…playing Tonya [Harding], who’s very much alive and is widely documented, can be more intimidating.”

On directing: “I still love acting. But I’ve spent the last 10 years on a film set, and I realized that if I am pouring my heart and soul into a film, I want to be one of those voices in the conversation making decisions.”

On the first highlight of her career: “When I got to New York for the first time, I took my first paycheck, walked straight into Tiffany’s on Fifth Avenue, and bought an airplane charm that goes on my bracelet. It was the best feeling ever. I got my little blue box, and I got it for myself.”

On which skill she wants to master: “I recently bought fire-twirling poles, because I really want to get good at it. When I was backpacking in the Philippines, there were heaps of fire twirlers on the beach, and it was so cool. I was like, Wow, I really want to do that!”

Hair by Renato Campora at the Wall Group; makeup by Pati Dubroff at Forward Artists; manicure by Alexandra Jachno; set design by Bryan Porter for Owl and the Elephant; produced by Nathalie Akiya at Kranky Produktions; fashion assistants: Yashua Simmons and Mark-Paul Barro

This article originally appears in the February 2018 issue of ELLE.

ELLE’s 2017 Women in Hollywood

ELLE – For the 24th year, ELLE’s Women in Hollywood issue highlights the biggest names in the industry right now—and delves deeper into these women’s stories. Here, get a sneak peek of what Jennifer Lawrence, Laura Dern, Jessica Chastain, Margot Robbie, Tessa Thompson, Riley Keough, Cicely Tyson, and Kathleen Kennedy had to say in ELLE’s November issue on newsstands October 17.

On wanting to work behind-the-scenes:
“I never thought I’d want to be a producer. I’d always wanted to direct and write, but I got to a point as an actress where I felt like I was everyone’s puppet. I thought, Why don’t I get a say in the art I’m making?”

Margot Covers Wonderland Magazine (Autumn 2017)

Margot graced the cover of Wonderland magazine for Autumn 2017! You can pre-order the issue here.

WONDERLAND MAGAZINE – A similar Hollywood outlier, our accompanying Autumn cover star, Margot Robbie has had her own, perhaps quieter, transformation. Photographed by enigmatic filmmaker Gia Coppola, Robbie describes her own struggles with being misrepresented by the media. Appearing as an American sweetheart gone bad in the forthcoming biopic I, Tonya, she reveals what it’s like to fall from grace at the centre of an international scandal. Or at least, what it’s like to pretend to.

It’s a full throttle ride with the people setting the pop culture agenda on their own terms. But no one can sum up the transformative power of art better than our cover star himself. “Despite humans having this death grip on what they think is identity, really you could just wake up one day and decide to be someone else and do it as many times as you want.” – Robert Pattinson.

Join us in our double fantasy as we take a ride through the frenzy of 2017. Thank you to our wonderful advertisers and contributors, and of course, you, our readers. We hope you love it as much as we loved making it.

You can pre-order the new issue by clicking here.