Margot Robbie made history in London on Tuesday, becoming the youngest ever star to receive the special “BAFTA” : A Life in Pictures” tribute.
BAFTA, an event usually reserved for actors and filmmakers with decades of experience, ushered in this year’s 32 – The two-time Oscar-nominated veteran traveled to its London HQ to fully affirm the About Time and her achievements since breakout in The Wolf on Wolf Street, noting that she has starred in almost films and also served as a producer Also had a hugely successful career.
Australian cult soap opera from her teens Neighbors and ends with her latest feature, Damien Chazelle’s
Babylon (she is desperately hoping for an Oscar nomination for her third feature), is her 2017 HIT ME, TONYA, SHE PLAYS DISGRAPHIC SKATER IN IT Tonya Harding.
Robbie’s first major work for her own LuckyChap Productions banner, which she sets in 2017,
Me, Tonya also provided another major milestone, she admitted.
“ Me, Tonya was the first time I saw a movie and said, ‘Well, I’m a good actor,'” she told the audience. Upon realizing this, she Said she felt “good enough” to be “ready to touch my idols” including Quentin Tarantino , a move that ultimately led to her being in Once Upon A Time in Hollywood. Although she didn’t know at the time that he was working for The film was in preparation, but she said working with Tarantino had long been “on my bucket list.” Ultimately, Robbie was the director’s desperate choice to play Tate.
After the release of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood due to Robbie’s lack of screen time and lines, She said it “didn’t bother” her. Although she admits that several scenes she filmed were cut, she “looked at it and thought we got what we wanted.”
Robbie also admits to parodying One scene is from a movie where Tate watches her own film in a theater, going to the same theater where she shot Tarantino’s feature film herself.
“I just went in there on a random Tuesday afternoon to check it out and was pretty much in the same seat,” she said. “I had pretty much the same experience [as Tate in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood ], and even the guy I bought the ticket for was like,’ But you’re in the movie’, I said, ‘I know’.”
As in the movie, the conductor also asked for a photo with Robbie, “I was like, ‘We actually Up is doing a scene from a movie’!”