Many welcomed the first photos with joy, Margot Robbie, during her recent appearance on Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show, said that disseminating those images was “mortifying.”
Since the first photos of the new Barbie film starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling began to circulate, the anticipation for the release of this film has become increasingly greater to the point that for a period of the summer, it was almost impossible not to open social media without running into some shots “stolen” from the set.
The actress who played the role of Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad and the star of The Pages of Our Lives are immortalized by the paparazzi with roller skates on their feet and colorful jumpsuits reminiscent of those worn in the 80s by the famous Mattel doll.
Margot Robbie talks about new film Barbie
“I don’t know how humiliated I felt, indeed, how humiliated we were. It felt like we were having a good time, but in reality, Ryan and I were dying inside. I said to myself that that was the most humiliating moment of my whole life,” Robbie said without too many words, convinced that the shooting on the location of the Barbie film would have caught the attention of only a few people.
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“I knew we had some outdoor scenes to shoot in Los Angeles, and I knew that once we started, we would have a small crowd of people around us because they were a little conspicuous with those clothes. I knew that we would have some attention, and some would publish photos. Still, I never imagined what happened “, continued Margot Robbie, star of films such as The Wolf of Wall Street with Leonardo DiCaprio, Babylon with Brad Pitt, and Bombshell with Charlize Theron and Nicole Kidman.
“It was crazy,” concluded the 32-year-old who, in recent days, was spotted in tears outside Cara Delevingne’s house after the British model was pinched by the paparazzi barefoot, with messy hair and in a state of non-optimal psychophysical which has aroused not a little concern in family and friends.