It took Margot Robbie a while to realize their own star power. That Babylon star made history on Tuesday when she became the youngest actress ever to receive the BAFTA: A Life in Pictures special honor. Normally reserved for filmmakers with decades-long careers, “BAFTA: A Life in Pictures” recognized Robbie for her immense contributions to film in a relatively short span of time, dating back to her breakthrough in 2013, when she first appeared on stage in a leading role The Wall Wolf Street and about time and highlighting her work as a producer and through her production company, LuckyChap Productions.
At the ceremony at BAFTA’s London headquarters, Robbie said she didn’t feel confident in her acting career until 2017 I Tonya, where she hopefully played Olympic figure skating Tony Harding and received her first Oscar nomination. “I Tonya was the first time I saw a movie and thought, ‘Okay, I’m a good actor,'” she said. It was this confidence that made her turn to her idol Quentin Tarantinoshe told the audience, noting that working with the pulp fiction Directing was “a bucket list thing for me”. Her bravery was rewarded and eventually led to Robbie starring in Tarantino’s Once upon a time in Hollywood as Sharon Tate.
While some people criticized Tarantino’s film for Robbie’s lack of screen time and lines, Robbie said it “didn’t bother” and that she “looked at him and thought we got what we wanted to get across.” And like you Once upon a time in Hollywood Character, Robbie watched the film in a cinema.
“I just went there on a random Tuesday afternoon and checked it out and sat in pretty much the same seat,” she said. “I’ve had pretty much the same experience [as Tate in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood]even to the fact that the person I bought the ticket for said, ‘But you’re in the movie,’ and I said, ‘I know’.”
https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2022/11/margot-robbie-didnt-feel-like-a-good-actor-until-i-tonya Margot Robbie didn’t feel like ‘a good actress’ until ‘I, Tonya’