BIRDS OF PREY
MARGOT ROBBIE (Harley Quinn) is an Academy Award-nominated
producer who has captivated global audiences with breakout performances
alongside some of
the most notable names in film. Continually evolving her diverse body of work,
gripping narratives to life in coveted roles that speak to her powerful
Robbie is currently in production on "The Suicide Squad." Also, Robbie's
company, LuckyChap, recently released their first television show, "Dollface,"
on November 15,
2019 on Hulu. The series stars Kat Dennings and Shay Mitchell.
Robbie can currently be seen in "Bombshell," directed by Jay Roach and
Charles Randolph. She plays fictional character Kayla Pospisil, alongside
Charlize Theron, Nicole
Kidman and John Lithgow in the film, released nationwide on December 20, 2019.
received an Academy Award nomination, Golden Globe nomination, SAG nomination
BAFTA nomination for her performance. She also recently starred in Quentin
Upon a Time in...Hollywood" as Sharon Tate, alongside Brad Pitt and Leonardo
film was released on July 26, 2019.
Earlier this year, Robbie was named the face of CHANEL's fragrance
"Gabrielle." She has
been a CHANEL ambassador since March 2018.
That same year, Robbie starred in Josie Rourke's "Mary Queen of Scots," which
released on December 7, 2018. She played Queen Elizabeth opposite Saoirse Ronan
Stuart. She received SAG and BAFTA nominations for her performance.
Most notably, Robbie starred in "I, Tonya" as the title character, Tonya
Harding. She also
served as a producer on the film under her production company, LuckyChap
received an Oscar nomination, a Golden Globe nomination, a BAFTA nomination, and
nomination for her performance. The film tells the controversial story of
Olympic figure skater
Tonya Harding, who infamously conspired to have her competition, Nancy Kerrigan,
before the 1994 Winter Olympics. The film premiered at the 2017 Toronto
Festival and was released December 8, 2017.
In 2016, Robbie appeared in "Suicide Squad," playing the coveted role of
opposite Jared Leto, Will Smith, and Viola Davis. Robbie's portrayal of Quinn is
the first time the
villainous, fan-favorite comic book character was revealed on the big screen.
The film, directed
by David Ayer, was released August 5, 2016 and grossed more than $356,700,000
Robbie's breakout role came in 2013, in Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall
which she stars as the female lead opposite Leonardo DiCaprio. Based on the
memoir of the
same name by Jordan Belfort, the film tells the story of a New York stockbroker
Her additional film credits include: "Dreamland"; "Terminal"; "Peter Rabbit";
Christopher Robin"; "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot," opposite Tina Fey; "Z for
Chris Pine; "Focus," opposite Will Smith; "The Legend of Tarzan"; "Suite
Michelle Williams, Kristen Scott Thomas and Matthias Schoenaerts; and "About
Rachel McAdams and Domhnall Gleeson.
Robbie has numerous film and television development projects under her
Entertainment banner, all of which correspond to her objective of telling
stories with strong female
characters. LuckyChap has recently partnered with Hodson Exports to launch the
Pitch Program (LEPP), a new initiative that has selected six female-identifying
participate in the program, in which they will each focus on developing their
own idea for an
original action feature film.
LuckyChap Entertainment produced the award-winning feature film "I, Tonya."
independent film "Dreamland," starring Robbie and Finn Cole, premiered at the
Festival on April 28, 2019. Their next two films will be "Birds of Prey (and The
Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)," and "Promising Young Woman," with first-time
director Emerald Fennell, starring Carey Mulligan. The film will premiere at
Sundance in January
LuckyChap Entertainment has several other projects currently in development
and a first
look production deal with Warner Bros. Studios. Recently announced, LuckyChap
will produce a
female-driven dramedy series with John Wells Productions, inspired by Stephanie
York Times bestselling memoir Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to
impressive slate of projects includes a film adaptation of the book Bad Monkeys,
Jessica Knoll and co-produced with Dylan Clark Productions, and the
which stars Robbie and is being produced in collaboration with Donald De Line
and Amy Pascal.
LuckyChap's business encompasses studio franchise films, such as the upcoming
first live action
feature of "Barbie" with Mattel, and extends to projects including "The Mall,"
which they are
developing with Sundance award-winning Chilean director Francisca AlegrÃa, and
of Ottessa Moshfegh's My Year of Rest and Relaxation, with Atlas Entertainment.
LuckyChap recently announced that they are partnering with Assemble Media and
Horizon for the YA-targeted horror anthology series "Ameri-Scares," based on
On television, Robbie made her U.S. debut in the critically acclaimed ABC
Am" in 2011. In Australia, Robbie is most recognized for her role as Donna
Freedman on the
television soap opera "Neighbours." Her role garnered her two Logie Award
nominations for Most
Popular New Female Talent and Most Popular Actress.
Born in Australia, Robbie grew up on the Gold Coast and eventually moved to
where she began acting professionally at the age of 17. She currently resides in
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