Margot Robbie reveals the movie that made her realize she was a ‘good actress’

Margot Robbie has revealed the moment she realized she was a ‘good actress’ was watching her performance in Me Tonya.

Speaking during a BAFTA: a life in pictures Event dedicated to her career so far, Robbie reflected on her role in the film as controversial figure skater Tonya Harding and the impact it had on her career.

Me Tonya It was the first time I watched a movie and was like, ‘OK, I’m a good actor,'” she said (via Hollywood journalist). The 2017 film was also the first major production to be released under Robbie’s LuckyChap Production company.

Tonya Harding and Margot Robbie attend the premiere of I, Tonya

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The actress added that this was the time she felt “good enough” to reach out and work with her “idols” in the industry, including director Quentin Tarantino.

She revealed that working with the director was a “to do list thing for me”. The pair worked together on the Tarantino film in 2019 Once upon a time… in Hollywood where Robbie played movie star Sharon Tate.

She also revealed that after Once upon a time… came out, she recreated the scene where her character Tate looks at herself on screen, going to the same cinema and watching the movie. “I had pretty much the same experience [as Tate]”, did she say. “Even the fact that the person I bought the ticket from said to me: ‘but you’re in the film’ and me, ‘I know’.

“I was like, ‘We’re practically doing the movie scene!'”

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Robbie can next be seen in a decadent Hollywood film Babylon next to Spider Manthis is Tobey Maguire and his companion Once upon a time… in Hollywood starring Brad Pitt. Babylon received its first reviews from critics, with responses being mixed.

She’s also been busy filming Greta Gerwig’s highly anticipated live-action in 2023. Barbie film.

Babylon was released in US cinemas on December 23 and in UK cinemas on January 20, 2023.

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