The Wolf of Wall Street is nominated for eight MTV Movie Awards! Here are the categories to vote for the film:
Breakthrough performance: Margot Robbie
Movie of the year: The Wolf of Wall Street
Margot fans make sure you vote every day until voting is over. Lets pass this around on Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr and make it a The Wolf of Wall Street sweep!
Thanks to a loyal Margot Robbie fan, Sarah Acosta! Now the rest of you Margot fans, get to voting! =]
Did anyone have more fun at the Miu Miu show than Lupita Nyong’o?
Judging from her Instagram feed, we’d say no.
Fresh off her Oscar win on March 2, the 12 Years a Slave star jetted to Paris (in a Team Miuccia shirt, no less) to attend the Miu Miu fashion. But Nyong’o, who’s the face of the Italian designer’s spring campaign, didn’t just go to the show; she had a ball while there.
The Kenyan actress, 31, took selfies with her fellow front-rowers, Rihanna, Margot Robbie, and Elizabeth Olsen. She posted a collage of her pics — including a few priceless gems of the gal pals hamming it up — on Instagram.
Lupita Nyong’o posted fun selfies with Margot Robbie, Elizabeth Olsen, and more at the Miu Miu show on March 5.
Credit: Courtesy of Lupita Nyong-o
Nyong’o wore a ladylike burgundy jacket with a crystal-embroidered collar over a white shirt and blush silk skirt, all by Miu Miu. Robbie and Olsen also wore Miu Miu for the show.
Before the show, Nyong’o posted a selfie with Rihanna, who chose a wilder look with a red leather and black shearling coat over a tobacco and yellow cashmere sweater and purple scarf, all by Prada.
It didn’t take us long to decide we loved Margot Robbie’s brown hair when she debuted it on the red carpet at Sunday’s Oscars. It took her a little bit longer — but now she’s a convert.
“I did a movie and I didn’t have time to go back to blonde,” she told PEOPLE of her dark chocolate strands, which she wore femme-fatale style on the red carpet. “I’m liking it! I’m getting used to it. I feel very mysterious as a brunette!”
The star, who Tweeted “She ain’t a Duchess no more,” from the set of Z for Zachariah (the film for which she went dark), is now thinking she might keep the brunette locks around for a while. “I might not dye it back right away,” she said. “I’ll wait until I know what my next movie is.”
Are you loving her as a brunette, or are you Team Blonde?
Note: Photos from the Oscars will be added to the gallery as soon as I can as I’m having issues getting the photos up.
MARGOT Robbie channelled New Zealand singer Lorde on the Oscars red carpet today, opting for a moody gothic look.
The Australian actor, who made a spectacular red carpet debut in January at the Golden Globes in Gucci, is getting mixed reviews for her full length black dress which she paired with a dark red lipstick.
Robbie had shared a candid snap of herself prepping for the Academy Awards in a Los Angeles hotel room. The hint of what was to come was her new dark locks.
Dressed in a white and pink silk robe, the Wolf of Wall St actor could barely contain her excitement while getting prepared for the red carpet.
“Never thought I’d say this … I’m getting ready for the #oscars!!!!,” she posted on Twitter.
Robbie is set to attend the glitzy awards night with her Wolf of Wall Street co-stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill.
Margot Robbie (pictured left) in Canterbury Port Levy to film Z for Zacariah has reportedly started a relationship with Henry Aitken (pictured far right) originally from Pigeon Bay. - Source: Fairfax
Hollywood starlet Margot Robbie has been swept off her feet by the son of a Banks Peninsula farmer.
Robbie, on location in Port Levy, is dating former Christ’s College pupil Henry Aitken.
Last year, her role as Naomi Lapaglia, the blonde bombshell trophy wife of stock-market fraudster Leonardo DiCaprio’s character Jordan Belfort, saw Robbie transported to A-list fame overnight.
She had previously received two Logie Award nominations for her role as Donna Freedman (2008-2011) on the soap opera Neighbours.
Several sources have confirmed Aitken and Robbie are a couple.
The Press understands the local lad and The Wolf of Wall Street actress met on the set of movie Z for Zachariah currently being filmed in Canterbury.
Aitken’s close friend, who did not wish to be named, told The Press the pair had been seeing each other for about one month.
Aitken worked in the film’s art department and had become close to Robbie on the film set, he said.
“She’s got quite a few roles lined up so she’s going to be really busy . . . but he is in the film industry too so maybe they can find a way to maintain their relationship.”
He said despite being a Hollywood star, Robbie seemed like the sort of person who was “not interested in celebrity types”.
Aitken’s mother Penny said: “We can’t and won’t comment”.
However, pictures of the new couple have appeared on Aitken’s Facebook page.
Robbie’s mother has also travelled to New Zealand to see her daughter during filming and is believed to have met Aitken.
Robbie, now a brunette, will play Jane in a remake of Tarzan set to be released in 2016.
Aitken’s Facebook page says he now lives in Auckland and studied at the New Zealand Film and Television School.
He is the art director for multimedia production company Sakowski Studios, has a profile on modelling and talent agency Ican’s website and has also worked on feature movies as well as short films and documentaries.
Z for Zachariah also stars Chris Pine of Star Trek and Chiwetel Ejiofor, who is both a Bafta and Oscar nominee for his leading role in 12 Years a Slave.
She’s made quite a name for herself thanks to her role in the critically-acclaimed flick “The Wolf of Wall Street,” and now Margot Robbie opens up about her experience on the set in March 2014 issue of ELLE Australia magazine.
During her interview, the 23-year-old actress opened up about her scary audition with Leonardo DiCaprio and chatted about her family seeing the Oscar-nominated film.
Highlights from Miss Robbie’s interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to ELLE Australia!
On her audition and Leo’s improving:
“He got momentum like you wouldn’t believe. He’s off and running, and I’m sitting there like a stunned mullet, thinking, ‘You’ve got 30 seconds left in this room to do something impressive.’ I think every swear word in my head just started screaming at him. When I walked over like I was about to kiss and I go… slap reality washed over me. ‘Oh my God, you just assaulted Leonardo DiCaprio. They’re going to arrest you now.’”
On her stance on nudity scenes:
“I lied for a long time about the nudity. First, I said there was no nudity. Then I said there was nudity, but it wasn’t me, that it was a body double with my head CGI’s on, saying, ‘It’s crazy what they can do with computers!’ Then I had to admit it was me.”
On her family’s reaction to the film:
“The grandparents flat out can’t see the film. The rest of the family can watch at their own risk, but if we can’t have a relationship after that, it’s not my fault. If they can make it to the films final act, they’ll see a more shocking side to their little girl in a climatic fight scene between Jordan and Naomi.”
On her acting career:
“I say this about everything: When I was on ‘Neighbors,’ I said, ‘These are the best years of my life!’ When I was filming ‘The Wolf of Wall Street,’ I said, ‘These are the best months of my life!’ I always think I’m having the best time ever, and thatI’ll never had so much again.”
Elle Magazine is new to Australia, on the shelves since November last year it already has a strong following with its edgy photography, scrapbook style pages and fun interviews with the fashion and beauty industries leading ladies (and men). On Monday (24th Feb) march edition will be on sale showcasing Margot, don’t miss her in Elle talking fashion and fame!
Paramount Media Home Distribution has officially announced that it will release on Blu-ray acclaimed director Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Margot Robbie, Matthew McConaughey, Jon Favreau, and Jean Dujardin. The release will be available for purchase online and in stores across the nation on March 25th.
Synopsis: Martin Scorsese directs this award-winning account of 1980s New York stockbroker Jordan Belfort’s pursuit of wealth. Leonardo DiCaprio stars as Belfort, who brags about earning just shy of one million dollars a week in one year and has long been involved in manipulating stock prices for his own financial gain. Heading a committed team at his Stratton Oakmont brokerage house in Long Island, it isn’t long before he attracts the attention of the FBI who are suspicious of his increasingly lavish and hedonistic lifestyle. The film was nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor (DiCaprio) and Best Director (Scorsese), and saw DiCaprio pick up the Golden Globe for Best Actor – Music Or Comedy.
Finally trying again to catch up on photos, have Magazine scans to still add and zome more event photos. Bare with me!
Thought id post a video I just watched, a short interview from behind the set of the shoot for the latest Vanity Fair: Hollywood Issue. Enjoy, M.x