Margot Robbie Hints Martin Scorsese Has Genuine Underworld Ties

Margot Robbie made her Hollywood debut with the 2013 film About time. However, the film that brought her fame and made her one of Hollywood’s greatest actors was the 2013 film. The wolf of Wall Street. She starred alongside Oscar-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio. The film was directed by Martin Scorsese and over time the actress shared her experience working with the director.

Margot Robbie
Hollywood star Margot Robbie

When appearing on BAFTA A life in pictures series, the Aussie star once again shared his experience working on the wolf of Wall Street. She also shared some of the secrets the film’s director shared with her while working on the 2013 film.

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Martin Scorsese shared stories of mafia, ex-actors and stairwells with Margot Robbie

Margot Robbie shared her experience working on the 2013 Oscar-winning film The wolf of Wall Street. The actress revealed that she also participated as a writer in the film. Robbie revealed that she, Scorsese and DiCaprio walked through a scene the night before they shot it.

Margot Robbie
Margot Robbie

She also said she felt comfortable sharing her opinion as a average streets director set a tone that “It was kind of free for everyone.” The amsterdam star also said: “It was like the crazier you were, the more Marty would like it. And the more screen time you will have.

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Margot Robbie shared that while working on the film, she and Martin Scorsese talked a lot and the Freedmen the director shared several stories with her. “We were talking all the time. I would sit at the video village, and he would tell stories about the mafia and old movie stars, but he wouldn’t really give directions,” the Birds of prey said the star.

Margot Robbie with Martin Scorsese
Margot Robbie with Martin Scorsese

She also mentioned that while filming a staircase scene, Scorsese told her that every great movie has a staircase scene. “I’ve told so many directors since Martin Scorsese said every great movie has a stairwell shot.” Robby said. The suicide squad The star also mentioned that she insists on having a staircase scene in every movie after this.

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What gave Margot Robbie the confidence to write Quentin Tarantino?

Margot Robbie also talked about producing films. The Barbie star produced in 2017 Me Tonya. Robbie revealed that the 2017 film gave him the confidence to write a letter to Quentin Tarantino. She hoped to have the opportunity to work with the director.

“I, Tonya, was the first time watching a movie and thinking I was a good actor. And I was like, ‘Okay, I’m ready to reach out to my idols’ “. said Margot Robbie. The Babylon star went on to work with Tarantino in Once upon a time… in Hollywood.

Margot Robbie with Quentin Tarantino
Margot Robbie with Quentin Tarantino

Robbie also addressed the criticism the film received for portraying Sharon Tate.“It didn’t bother me. I looked at it and thought we had managed to get across what we wanted to get across,” she asserted.

Margot Robbie is set to appear in the next 2022 film Babylon. The period comedy-drama depicts the rise and fall of several characters during Hollywood’s transition in the late 1920s.

Babylon is set to release on December 23, 2022.

Source: Deadline

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