Margot Robbie for Vanity Fair
With Suicide Squad storming the box office if not the critiques, we think everyone can agree that Margot Robbie steals the show as femme fatale Harley Quinn. And she’s similarly sexy and witty in this cover story for Vanity Fair’s August 2016 edition!
Like all great Australians, Margot Robbie began her career on ‘everybody needs good’ Neighbours. But we don’t know about you Joes, but we’ve been practically in love with her since her appearance on Top Gear last year when she took on the Top Gear track in the Reasonably Priced Car. Let’s just say it ticked a lot of our boxes!
Well, the Wolf of Wall Street and Legend of Tarzan star has done nothing to dampen our lust with a great interview where she covers all things Suicide Squad and even manages to define 50 Australian slang terms in under 4 minutes. It’s impressive to say the least!
The Robbie profile by Vanity Fair’s Rich Cohen has attracted a bit of negative press recently with some of social media arguably the piece is a mocking and condescending portrait of Australians. So much so that The Australian national newspaper, said, ‘If there’s one thing Australians will not stand for, it is being ridiculed by America.’
The semi-storm started over comments from Cohen in the piece such as ‘Australia is America 50 years ago, sunny and slow, a throwback,’ and Australians ‘still live and die with the plot turns of soap operas.’ Ouch!
We don’t know about you but we’d rather focus on Robbie! Check out the whole profile over at the Vanity Fair Website and See more of Margot Robbie here.