To many Margot Robbie would be considered one of the most beautiful women in the world.
So if a romantic quote posted to her Instagram account on Thursday is anything to go by, her boyfriend Tom Ackerley is one lucky guy.
The 24-year-old Australian actress shared some heartfelt words amongst vintage-esque photographs.
Unclear whether the message is targeted at a special someone, or if the Wolf Of Wall Street star is just a fan of the romantic words, her followers certainly liked the post.
Giving her beau something to think about, one fan commented: ‘What happens when the girl that makes the world most beautiful is also the most beautiful girl?’
Spotted in a passionate embrace back in August, Aussie beauty Margot and Ackerley have kept their relationship relatively private.
The actress is yet to post a shot of her beau on social media, while Tom has only shared pictures of himself with the actress surrounded by friends.
WHILE social media has had a huge impact on the wider world, the very public way of sharing your life isn’t for Margot Robbie.
The celebrated actor is arguably a star on the rise, with back-to-back films following her breakout role alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf Of Wall Street.
But with that fame, comes increased interest online, especially through social media.
“For some people, it (social media) definitely opens a lot of doors, but for me personally, I don’t like it and it is my least favourite aspect of the job,” Robbie told Insider.
“Unfortunately that’s the way it is and you’ve got to take it on the chin and focus on the important things, which to me is the work.”
“Obviously social media has had a massive impact on the fame game, but not in a positive way. But it can be for some.
“There are those who build careers and companies just out of being popular on Instagram, but there’s nothing behind them,” she says.
Actress Margot Robbie has had the opportunity to work with the best in the business after starring with seasoned actor Leonardo DiCaprio in the Wolf of Wall Street, directed by the iconic Martin Scorsese.
But the the 24-year-old star, whose big break came when she scored the role of Donna on Australian soap Neighbours, says she has the lessons she learned at Ramsay street to thank for her bi-screen success.
In an interview with the Sunday Telegraph, the A-list star cited working on Neighbours as her biggest learning curve so far, calling her time on the show ‘valuable’ and acknowledging how much the series helped her as a professional.
‘Probably the most valuable knowledge I’ve acquired in the industry so far was on Neighbours,’ said the blonde beauty.
‘It is so fast paced that there is not really any room for error and it turns you into a very efficient person when it comes to being on set.’
The Queensland-born star played Donna Freedman on the long running series from 2008 to 2011, working alongside fellow Aussie stars Caitlin Stasey and Dean Geyer, and earning two Logie Award nominations for her portrayal of the lovable girl-next-door character.
But after featuring in hundreds of episodes, the starlet decided to leave the production, packing her bags and moving to America.
Anthony LaPaglia and the late Greg Coote also will be recognized Oct. 26 in Los Angeles
The Australians in Film will honor Margot Robbie, Brenton Thwaites, Anthony LaPaglia and the late Dune Entertainment Chairman Greg Coote at its annual gala in Los Angeles on Oct. 26. recognizing contributions to the Australian screen industry.
The AiF breakthrough awards will be presented to Robbie (“Wolf of Wall Street”) and Thwaites (“The Giver”). Robbie will be seen in the upcoming “Focus,” alongside Will Smith, and in Warner Bros.’ “Tarzan.” Thwaites has been cast in a leading role in “Gods of Egypt,” which also stars Gerard Butler and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.
“We are eagerly waiting to see what lies ahead for our AiF Breakthrough Award winners Margot Robbie and Brenton Thwaites,” said AiF President Simonne Overend. ”Both these actors embody the very best talent and potential that we see emerging from Australia today. Their international success so early in their career suggests great promise for the years ahead.”
Coote, who died earlier this year, will receive the Australians in Film Virgin Australia Orry-Kelly Award, presented to Australians who have contributed to the success of other Australians in the industry.
“Greg Coote was an important advisor to Australians in Film from the beginning, helping to shape our early strategy, with a particular focus on supporting emerging Australian talent in Hollywood” said Overend. “He played such a major part in our success and really did so much for Aussies in this industry both at home and overseas.”
As CEO of film financier Dune Entertainment, Coote co-invested with 20th Century Fox in more than 60 major movies including “Avatar” and “Marley & Me.” Coote started his career in Australia in the mailroom and and worked his way up to the position of head of Australian distributor Village Roadshow Pictures.
Anthony LaPaglia will also be named as one of two Orry-Kelly International Honorees for his support of Australians working in the film and television industries in Los Angeles.
“Anthony LaPaglia is well known for offering Australians employment opportunities both on his shows and throughout his projects and it is wonderful to see him celebrated for his generous contributions,” said Overend.
‘The Mountain Between Us’
Sons Of Anarchy’s Charlie Hunnam and The Wolf Of Wall Street’s Margot Robbie are in talks to star for Paradise Now helmer Hany Abu-Assad in The Mountain Between Us for Fox 2000 and Chernin Entertainment. An adaptation of the Charles Martin book, the film is a harrowing tale of survival and a love story. Ashley is a writer catching a flight from Salt Lake City and heading East for her wedding. Ben is a doctor returning from a medical conference. When their flight is cancelled due to a broken de-icer, the strangers agree to charter a ride, only to see the pilot suffer a heart attack and crash into a desolate snowy mountain region. He breaks ribs and she suffers a leg fracture. Fortunately, aside from a doctor he’s an avid climber, and as he struggles to get her down from the mountain in harsh weather, she begins to realize that maybe she was headed to marry the wrong guy.
‘Ghost in the Shell’
Rupert Sanders is directing the film, which is based on the popular Japanese manga.
Margot Robbie is in early talks to star in “Ghost in the Shell,” which Rupert Sanders is directing for DreamWorks, multiple individuals familiar with the project told TheWrap.
A live-action film based on the popular Japanese manga created by Masamune Shirow, the story follows the exploits of a member of a covert ops unit of the Japanese National Public Safety Commission that specializes in fighting technology-related crime.
Avi Arad and Steven Paul are producing the Bill Wheeler-scripted film, which has been a passion project for DreamWorks principal Steven Spielberg.
Robbie turned heads with her performance opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in Martin Scorsese‘s “The Wolf of Wall Street,” and “Ghost in the Shell” is another major role that will allow the Australian actress to showcase her action chops. Female-driven action movies such as “The Hunger Games,” “Divergent” and “Lucy” have all performed well at the box office.
Source: thewrap.com & deadline.com
Australian actress Margot Robbie is reportedly being eyed to join the upcoming Tina Fey comedy “Taliban Shuffle”.
The film, an adaptation of journalist Kim Barker‘s memoirs, follows her arrival in Kabul,stories about militants, being a woman in wartime Middle East and life as a war correspondent. Barker will be portrayed by Fey, who is also producing alongside Lorne Michaels. With Glenn Ficarra and John Requa on board to direct, this casting is another step in the direction of production getting underway.
Robbie garnered critical acclaim and attention for her role in Martin Scorsese‘s The Wolf of Wall Street. She has several films in the works, including David Yates‘ anticipated take on “Tarzan” alongside Alexander Skarsgard.
McDonald’s is not usually on the menu for in-demand Hollywood actresses.
But Margot Robbie proved that she is in a league of her own as she was spotted wandering out of the fast food eatery in London chowing down on a cheeseburger and ice cream on Monday.
The down-to-earth Australian star, who turned 24 last week, was a natural beauty with zero makeup as she picked up the snack with a male friend.
Margot was casual but elegant on her food dash, with her full length animal print garment featuring a sizeable slit up the middle.
She covered it up with a snug grey sweater and teamed the entire ensemble with cute slip-on shoes featuring bones printed on the front, adding yet another primal aspect to the equation.
She wore her blonde tresses pulled back into a messy bun and forewent any need for makeup, thus proving her natural beauty.
The Wolf Of Wall Street actress carried all her essentials in a brown leather handbag for the outing and clutched her take away food in a large paper bag from the restaurant.
She was not alone for the delicious adventure, however, as a male pal joined her.
The duo were spotted knocking back burgers inside McDonald’s before exiting the place, immersed in conversation.
Margot treated herself to a little desert in the form of ice cream in a cup, clutching this as she exited the place.
It was a well deserved break, as the star has been in the midst of filming her latest flick, Tarzan, directed by David Yates.
She stars as Jane Porter opposite Alexander Skarsgard’s Tarzan, with other cast members including Samuel L. Jackson and Christopher Waltz.
Margot recently gushed to Digital Spy about how much her co-star’s muscles impress her.
‘He’s really big,’ Margot said of Alexander. ‘I look like a hobbit next to him.’
‘We were doing camera tests the other day and my fingertips were literally at his kneecaps. I think every girl on set is swooning.’
Margot Robbie’s mother says she’s disappointed news that her actress daughter paid off her entire mortgage have been made public.
The Wolf of Wall Street star gave mum Sarie Kessler a memorable 60th birthday gift by paying off the Gold Coast property.
Her brother Lockie posted a picture of his mother and sister toasting to the good news to his Instagram account on Sunday.
But he might be in trouble for it.
“I was really disappointed it ended up on social media,” Kessler told the Gold Coast Bulletin.
“It was a personal present.”
Kessler said she tried to convince her 23-year-old daughter to skip a trip home for the occasion, given her busy acting schedule.
“It was definitely the best day ever,” Kessler said.
Robbie has booked a number of films since appearing in Martin Scorsese’s Oscar-nominated film, including a big-screen take on Tarzan.
She’ll play Jane Porter to True Blood hunk Alexander Skarsgard’s Tarzan
She spent Wednesday mixing with royalty at a charity bash thrown by The Duke of Cambridge.
But by Thursday Margot Robbie was back running with the celebrity pack at London’s latest A-lister haunt the Chiltern Firehouse.
The 23-year-old made polka dots look sexy wearing a blue and white tea dress that fitted like a glove with a plunging neckline which was flared at the waist.
How is this for a cast? Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, Margot Robbie and Matthias Schoenaerts. Not much is known about the untitled film, described as a “sexy thriller,” only that it will be the next project of Italian director Luca Guadagnino. Filming begins this summer in Italy.
Robbie and Schoenaerts have already worked together, on the upcoming Weinstein Company release “Suite Francaise,” also starring Michelle Williams. She broke out in “The Wolf of Wall Street” opposite Leonardo Dicaprio, while he did it via “Rust and Bone” opposite Marion Cotillard.
Robbie has since wrapped apocalyptic thriller “Z for Zachariah” and grifter rom com “Focus.” She’ll next play Jane opposite Alexander Skarsgard’s “Tarzan” in a new reboot of the classic actioner.
Schoenaerts starred opposite Kate Winslet in “A Little Chaos” and Carey Mulligan in “Far from the Madding Crowd,” both of which are awaiting release, and he’s attached to thrillers “Galvaston” and “Candy Store.”