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“Goodbye Christopher Robin” New York Special Screening

Margot attended the Goodbye Christopher Robin New York special screening at The New York Public Library (October 11).

ELLE’s 2017 Women in Hollywood

ELLE – For the 24th year, ELLE’s Women in Hollywood issue highlights the biggest names in the industry right now—and delves deeper into these women’s stories. Here, get a sneak peek of what Jennifer Lawrence, Laura Dern, Jessica Chastain, Margot Robbie, Tessa Thompson, Riley Keough, Cicely Tyson, and Kathleen Kennedy had to say in ELLE’s November issue on newsstands October 17.

On wanting to work behind-the-scenes:
“I never thought I’d want to be a producer. I’d always wanted to direct and write, but I got to a point as an actress where I felt like I was everyone’s puppet. I thought, Why don’t I get a say in the art I’m making?”

“I, Tonya” Sets Release Date

Margot Robbie’s I, Tonya sets Oscar-qualifying release date

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY – Margot Robbie’s Tonya Harding biopic is skating closer to awards season glory.

EW has confirmed the Craig Gillespie-directed film, one of the hottest acquisitions out of Toronto earlier this month, will hit select theaters on Dec. 8, with a nationwide rollout planned for subsequent weeks.

The film, about the titular champion ice skater who later embroiled herself in a plot to break the leg of her competitor, Nancy Kerrigan, world-premiered at TIFF earlier this month to enthusiastic reviews from movie critics, with particular praise — and Oscar buzz — brewing for Robbie and Allison Janney, who plays Harding’s mother, LaVonda Golden.

The film went on to become the first runner-up for the festival’s People’s Choice Award, a key best picture precursor that has gone to eight films that have either won or been nominated for the Academy’s top honor across the last 10 years.

Neon, the distributor behind specialty hits like this year’s Ingrid Goes West and Beach Rats, purchased I, Tonya for $5 million following the film’s well-received debut, reportedly beating out an $8 million bid from Netflix and further offers from Annapurna and CBS Films.

Margot Covers Wonderland Magazine (Autumn 2017)

Margot graced the cover of Wonderland magazine for Autumn 2017! You can pre-order the issue here.

WONDERLAND MAGAZINE – A similar Hollywood outlier, our accompanying Autumn cover star, Margot Robbie has had her own, perhaps quieter, transformation. Photographed by enigmatic filmmaker Gia Coppola, Robbie describes her own struggles with being misrepresented by the media. Appearing as an American sweetheart gone bad in the forthcoming biopic I, Tonya, she reveals what it’s like to fall from grace at the centre of an international scandal. Or at least, what it’s like to pretend to.

It’s a full throttle ride with the people setting the pop culture agenda on their own terms. But no one can sum up the transformative power of art better than our cover star himself. “Despite humans having this death grip on what they think is identity, really you could just wake up one day and decide to be someone else and do it as many times as you want.” – Robert Pattinson.

Join us in our double fantasy as we take a ride through the frenzy of 2017. Thank you to our wonderful advertisers and contributors, and of course, you, our readers. We hope you love it as much as we loved making it.

You can pre-order the new issue by clicking here.

“Goodbye Christopher Robin” World Premiere

Margot attended the Goodbye Christopher Robin world premiere held at Odeon Leicester Square in London, England (September 20). More photos will be added shortly!