MARGOT Robbie looks the ideal beach chick in a overwhelming new fire for Elle Magazine.
The Australian beauty, 27, whose opening in new film I, Tonya has generated awards deteriorate buzz, went topless on the beach for her cover interview.
Standing with her back to the ocean, Margot covered her bust with a pinkish tie-dyed towel and wore relating bottoms.
The actress’s shoulder-length hair was styled in beachy waves and she wore a a pointed volume of make-up.
In her other shots, Margot covered up in quirky tees and jumpers.
I, Tonya sees Margot play ashamed American ice skater Tonya Harding, whose successful career was blighted when she was concerned in a critical attack on her arch rival Nancy Kerrigan.
Speaking about personification a real-life figure, Margot told the mag: “…playing Tonya [Harding], who’s very much alive and is widely documented, can be some-more intimidating.”
Touching on her directorial ambitions, she said: “I still adore acting. But I’ve spent the last 10 years on a film set, and we realised that if we am pouring my heart and essence into a film, we wish to be one of those voices in the review making decisions.”
Not only is Margot a gifted singer but she’s also trying her palm at fire twirling.
She explained: “I recently bought fire-twirling poles, since we really wish to get good at it. When we was backpacking in the Philippines, there were heaps of fire twirlers on the beach, and it was so cool. we was like, Wow, we really wish to do that!”
Margot recently suggested her family implored her to quit behaving and “get a genuine job”.
She done the comments during an talk for Vogue Magazine where she posed alongside Nicole Kidman.
Margot explained: “My family has no tie to the party attention whatsoever, so when we started acting, everybody was like, ‘That’s fun, but when are you going to actually get a genuine job?
“And that went on for years….”
Margot, who started off with a role in Australian soap Neighbours, after bagged her breakthrough role in Wolf Of Wall Street alongside Leonardo DiCaprio.
Despite this she certified that her family make certain she’s always grounded.
Margot explained: “They’re tender for 5 seconds, and then they’re…’So anyway, the dog threw up today.’”
Nicole, 50, suggested in her talk that she still feels “fortunate” when gets cast.
The multi-award winning actress, who has 3 Golden Globes to her name, also still suffers from terrible nerves.
Nicole said: “I still feel like I’m the child at play school anticipating to get a role.
“I always feel like I’m so advantageous and propitious to have the job.
“Part of my pursuit now is to give back and help create opportunities for the next era – quite with womanlike directors, since it is so imbalanced.”
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