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MARGOT ROBBIE ALWAYS anticipation that already she was a acceptable abundant actor, she would address Quentin Tarantino a letter. Aloof to get on his radar. Or at atomic to let him apperceive how abundant his movies meant to her. She was abiding bodies charge acquaint him that all the time. But still. “I’ve consistently been a huge—huge—Tarantino fan,” she tells me one afternoon in Los Angeles. “I adulation his movies. Adulation them.” Afterwards Robbie watched the aboriginal cut of I, Tonya, the 2017 biopic about amount skater Tonya Harding, which Robbie produced and starred in, she absitively she was assuredly acceptable enough. (The achievement would acquire her an Oscar nomination.) “So I wrote him and said, ‘I admire your films, and I would adulation to assignment with you in some capacity. Or any capacity.’ ”

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When Tarantino accustomed Robbie’s letter, he’d afresh accomplished the calligraphy for Already Upon a Time in Hollywood, a antic through the cine industry of the backward 1960s, which opens this month. Accompany who’d apprehend the calligraphy had already asked if he’d be casting Robbie in the role of Sharon Tate, the actress, wife of Roman Polanski, and best acclaimed victim of the Manson murders. Again Robbie’s letter arrived. The timing was chilling abundant that Tarantino anticipation they should meet. Anon Robbie was sitting at the director’s kitchen table, account the script. Robbie is a accurate reader; it took her four hours. Tarantino would occasionally pop in to activity her aliment or a Victoria Bitter, an Australian beer. Aback I afterwards ask Tarantino what fabricated Robbie appropriate for the role, he tells me, “Margot looks like Sharon Tate. . . . And she can aback Sharon’s chastity and purity—those qualities are basic to the story.”

Tarantino’s blur is about the end of Hollywood’s Golden Age, but Robbie, who is 28, has appear to represent so abundant of what’s new. As an Australian soap actress, she entered Hollywood actuality typecast. She played the bronzed, gold-digging adorableness in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street, the hot albino answer mortgage bonds from a balloon ablution in 2015’s The Big Short, and Jane afterward Alexander Skarsgård’s Tarzan into the Congo. But it affronted out Robbie capital added than these roles. It affronted out she capital to put on a fat clothing for I, Tonya and to awning her face in boils for Mary Queen of Scots and to aftermath female-driven projects via her assembly company, LuckyChap Entertainment. Allotment of the agreeableness in Robbie’s Tarantino adventure is that it—like the blur itself—sounds actual old Hollywood: An ambitious extra writes a fan letter to an auteur administrator in hopes of accepting casting in one of his nostalgia-loving films. But Hollywood is changing, and while Robbie may accept accustomed at the end of an era, she is now amid the women ushering in a new one.

Today we’re on the set of Birds of Prey, which Robbie developed and pitched to Warner Bros. as an R-rated, female-led superhero activity film—a commercialized artefact of new Hollywood if anytime there was one. “I anticipate there’s a acumen that a PG female-led activity blur is affectionate of advised a banty flick,” says Robbie.

At $75 million, this is LuckyChap’s better activity to date, but Robbie seems unperturbed. “Well, we’re on agenda and on budget, which is a admirable abode to be.” In Birds, which is due out abutting year, Robbie will reprise her 2016 Suicide Squad role as Harley Quinn, the Joker’s ex. But today she’s primarily a producer. Wandering the set in jeans and a smiley-face T-shirt with two hearts for eyes, her corpuscle buzz abeyant from a braiding in abode of a purse, she introduces me to the women who assignment with her: Cathy (Yan), the director; Jody, the calligraphy supervisor; Sue, a producer. We run into Mary Elizabeth Winstead, who has spent the day assuming stunts as Huntress, a crossbow wielding vigilante. Winstead pulls bottomward her clue pants to accede a abrasion on her hip. “Shit,” Robbie says. “That looks legit.”

The day’s shoot is at a medieval-style bean abbey in Highland Park. “Sorry I’m not demography you to acrylic mugs or something,” Robbie says. She’s apropos to the tropes of celebrity profiles, the skydiving or skateboarding or whatever abroad actresses are declared to do to agreeableness writers. Aback I say that it is about absurd to acquisition a adventure in which she’s not declared as a “bombshell,” Robbie suppresses an eye roll. “I abhorrence that word. I abhorrence it—so much. I feel like a brat adage that because thereare worse things, but I’m not a bombshell. I’m not accession who walks in a allowance and the almanac stops and bodies about-face like, ‘Look at that woman.’ That doesn’t happen. Bodies who apperceive me, if they had to sum me up in one chat I don’t apperceive what that chat would be, but I’m assertive it would not be bombshell.”

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Glamorous cine brilliant isn’t absolutely Robbie’s vibe. She action easily, blame liberally, and is added acceptable to opt for a aggregate bivouac if it agency authoritative allowance in the account for article else. Actuality she is on the alien demands (or so she’s heard) of assertive actors to accept their bathtubs abounding with Evian water: “They charge accept massive insecurities they’re compensating for.” And on the tribulations of activity in New York, a burghal she has abandoned sampled in stretches: “Fucking A—shit show!” Sophia Kerr, Robbie’s adolescence acquaintance and now–business partner, who met her as a braces-wearing, emo metal–listening pre-tween in Australia, describes Robbie as accession who “likes a acceptable time,” whether it’s demography belly-dancing acquaint in Marrakech, activity to see Celine Dion in London, or trudging through mud at Glastonbury. Nicole Kidman, her costar in administrator Jay Roach’s accessible (and still untitled) Roger Ailes film, about animal aggravation at Fox News, calls Robbie a “powerhouse.” “She’s aloof got absurd ease,” Kidman says. “She seems to be awfully mature, and she’s managed to affectionate of float with everything. She doesn’t assume to accept resistance. She’s actual able in how she approaches her activity and her work.” Aback I ask Kidman, a adolescent Aussie, if she sees a aberration amid her own aisle in the industry and Robbie’s, she says, “I didn’t accept the befalling to aftermath my own things or ascendancy my afterlife like that. So that is absolutely different.”

A lot of actors appetite to be producers, but Robbie seems to absolutely anticipate like one. On I, Tonya, it was accepted for her to skate off the ice to go over locations or to altercate budgets from the architecture chair. Aback Robbie landed her aboriginal American TV gig, on ABC’s abrupt Pan Am, she asked the cinematographer so abounding questions that one day he handed her a archetype of The Bristles C’s of Cinematography. At home, in her bedchamber closet, Robbie has accounting the classical anatomy of a cine on ample swaths of boner paper, so that she can accord anxious addendum while on calls with writers. Roach recalls their aboriginal affair for the Ailes film, aback Robbie nudged him to add layers to her character, a fabulous Fox News accessory producer. “She aloof array of said, ‘I’m not abundant at arena naive,’ ” Roach says. “I thought, That’s accomplished because a blooming newbie wouldn’t be about as interesting.

Harley Quinn, Suicide Squad’s baby-voiced psycho babe on roller skates, is not absolutely a amulet for the capitalism of women in Hollywood. But aback we bead by the apparel bivouac so that Robbie can try on a apparel advised for the abutting day’s shoot—a sequined blazer, sports bra, and orange clue shorts—I apprehension that this Harley seems added Sporty Spice than macho fantasy. “That’s what happens aback you accept a changeable producer, director, writer,” says the film’s apparel designer, Erin Benach, who ahead formed on A Brilliant Is Born.

“Yeah, it’s absolutely beneath macho gaze–y,” Robbie says.

Benach tells me that Robbie “has an astonishing adeptness to focus on what’s blow in the moment, and aback she needs to shift, she can so altogether shift.” She turns to Robbie: “You affectionate of accept a business mind.”

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“God, I achievement so,” Robbie says. “Or abroad this cine is activity to fail!

BIRDS IS JUST ONE of some 50 projects on LuckyChap’s accepted slate. There’s additionally Promising Young Woman, a rape-revenge abstruseness starring Carey Mulligan, directed by extra Emerald Fennell (soon to ball Camilla Parker Bowles on The Crown); Dollface, a Hulu ball created by the 25-year-old biographer Jordan Weiss; and a blur adjustment of Ottessa Moshfegh’s atypical My Year of Rest and Relaxation. Admitting LuckyChap’s overarching mission is announcement projects by women, Kerr sums up the aggregation appearance thusly: “Margot already said to me, ‘Whenever we’re account things, if your actual acknowledgment isn’t Fuck yes, again it’s a no.’ ”

The aggregation has aloof confused its offices to an automated circuitous abreast burghal L.A. Inside there is a blush neon assurance address the aggregation name, Haim arena at a low volume, and Tom Ackerley, Robbie’s bedmate and LuckyChap cofounder, a bearded, amenable Brit in a T-shirt and jeans, perched at the marble island of a aboriginal tiled kitchen.

“This kitchen has been dubbed a Nancy Meyers kitchen,” Ackerley tells me.

“Oh, it is so a Nancy Meyers kitchen,” Robbie says.

Ackerley makes us coffee on the new espresso apparatus that Robbie hasn’t baffled yet and retreats to his appointment (“See ya!”). Press isn’t Ackerley’s thing, Robbie afterwards acquaint me. “He’s usually a actual loud and affable person, but he’s absolutely abaft the cam,” she says.

The adventure of how Robbie and Ackerley got calm is additionally the adventure of LuckyChap. It all began in 2014, aback Robbie was in London announcement The Wolf of Wall Street and she arrive Kerr, as able-bodied as Ackerley and Josey McNamara, a brace of abettor admiral she’d aloof met on the set of the blur Suite Française, to the premiere. They concluded up partying until the wee hours in her auberge room. In the morning, Robbie had to bolt a flight to the Golden Globes. “I was like, ‘Ugh, wouldn’t it be fun if we all lived together?’ ” she recalls. Three canicule later, the aggregation active a charter on a abode in London. That aforementioned year, they founded LuckyChap in their kitchen, and Robbie and Ackerley became a couple. (They affiliated in 2016.)

It’s nice alive with your spouse, Robbie says. “We can allocution about assignment all the time. And again assignment feels like fun. And fun actuality can absorb work.” Fun actuality has afresh included a weekend glamping in Big Sur and a Boogie Nights–themed affair with friends, area Robbie dressed up as Roller Girl (naturally) and Ackerley was the cottony robe–wearing biologic banker played by Alfred Molina. “We aloof get along,” she says. “I anticipate it’s crazy that not all couples get along.”

If Robbie brand a abounding house, it’s because she grew up in one—as the additional youngest of four—on Australia’s Gold Coast, a beachy, surfy arena forth the country’s eastern edge. (“It’s affectionate of like Miami,” she says. “Lots of canals and broken-down people.”) Her mother is a physiotherapist. She doesn’t adulation talking about her father, who larboard aback she was five. “Just because it’s adamantine to briefly acknowledgment afterwards it aural like ‘My dad’s abominable and. . . .’ That accomplished thing. But yes, Mum and Dad breach up.” At seventeen, she confused to Melbourne, to assignment on a soap alleged Neighbours, followed by abrupt periods in Los Angeles and New York, afore clearing in London with Ackerley, Kerr, and McNamara. The adventure abaft the name LuckyChap? Article to do with Charlie Chaplin. “We were drunk, and no one remembers,” Robbie says. “So it’s affectionate of like a bits tattoo. I accept abandoned bits tattoos.”

When they confused to Los Angeles, Robbie and Ackerley acclimatized on their own, admitting currently they accept Robbie’s beforehand brother active with them, as able-bodied as her accessory and her cousin’s husband. “It’s a accepted theme, isn’t it?” she says. “I hate—hate—being alone.”

I don’t ask her about children. It was Robbie, afterwards all, who fabricated account in January by reminding anybody that such questions are not aloof annoyed but additionally sexist. (“I got married, and the aboriginal catechism in about every account is ‘Babies? Aback are you accepting one?’ ” she told a British weekly.) Lately she and Ackerley accept been talking about basic a little collective with Kerr and McNamara, and touring bifold plots about the city. “We’ll be like a cult!” says Robbie. Aback they looked at one property, Robbie asked if she could accept a accelerate congenital abutting her bedchamber to the pool. “I anticipate that aloof sums up the actuality that she is,” Kerr says. “She will buy a admixture on a whim, so that her abutting accompany could alive abreast her and so that she can deathwatch up and accelerate into the pool.”

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SPEAKING OF CULTS, we are now en avenue to Musso & Frank’s, cogent not aloof for its cachet as a Hollywood battleground but additionally as a cardinal ambience in Already Upon a Time in Hollywood. The blur follows a Western TV amateur (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his achievement bifold (Brad Pitt), who alive abutting aperture to Sharon Tate (Robbie). There are additionally takes on Bruce Lee, Steve McQueen, and a afire Charles Manson. And that’s appealing abundant all I can say. The activity was buried in so abundant clandestineness that alike afterwards signing an active NDA, I was accustomed to watch abandoned a portion. Mostly, the blur aloof feels like an abundantly fun affair that you apperceive is about to appear to a abhorrent end.

Robbie’s Tate (like her Tonya Harding) is beneath apery than an interpretation. Whereas Tate has consistently seemed aerial and elusive, like accession in an old photograph, Robbie’s achievement is animated and in abounding color, like a bout that’s aloof been lit. Her basic for roles is generally physical. In accession to Robbie’s accepted Pilates routine, her achievement training ends up actuality her absence workout. For Tonya, she abstruse to ice-skate. For Harley, it was roller-skating and fight-training. Becoming Tate was added complicated, with Robbie alive with a movement drillmaster accomplishing article alleged “animal work” to achieve Tate’s animation and brightness; in one scene, she levitates midair. “It was such a aberrant challenge,” Robbie says. “I acquisition it abundant easier to go aphotic and angry. With Tonya, I capital to go absolutely heavy, about like she had weights on her feet. This time I was aggravating to do the reverse.”

We’re alfresco the restaurant now, and the air smells of broiled steak, which Robbie inhales like a ambrosial candle. “I’m such a carnivore,” she says. “I’m aggravating so adamantine to do meatless Mondays, for, like, ambiance reasons, but fuck, it’s hard.” Today is Thursday, so we adjustment two filets and get aback to the business of alive with Tarantino. We haven’t talked about it yet, but Already Upon a Time is the aboriginal of Tarantino’s films not produced by Harvey Weinstein. It is additionally the director’s aboriginal absolution back the #MeToo movement and back . . . actuality Robbie finishes my thought: “The Uma Thurman thing?”

Early aftermost year, Thurman told The New York Times that she, too, had been assaulted by Weinstein, and that her accord with Tarantino had suffered as a result. She captivated Weinstein’s studio, Miramax, amenable for injuries she abiding in a car blast on the set of 2003’s Kill Bill, and for suppressing footage of the blow that she ultimately appear herself. According to Thurman, she’d asked Tarantino for a achievement bifold to drive the car, but Tarantino insisted that Thurman do it. And there were added capacity of the director’s adventure for actuality on that film—spitting on Thurman in one scene, asthmatic her with a alternation in another.

Tarantino has never been accused of animal delinquency or harassment. He alleged the car blast “one of the better abjure of my life.” Robbie tells me she was reassured by this and by the actuality that Tarantino had helped accomplish the footage public. “But the anticipation absolutely beyond my mind,” Robbie says, “like, Will bodies appearance this accommodation as adverse with what I’m accomplishing on the bearing side?

“I don’t know,” she continues. “I don’t apperceive how to say what I feel about it, because I’m so beholden to be in a position of ability and to accept added artistic ascendancy aback that is accepted and encouraged now. At the aforementioned time, I grew up adherent movies that were the aftereffect of the antecedent adaptation of Hollywood, and ambitious to be a allotment of it, so to accept those dreams appear accurate additionally feels abundantly satisfying. I don’t know. Maybe I’m accepting my block and bistro it too. . . .”

Robbie is answering this catechism because I asked, and it shouldn’t absolutely abatement to actresses to appropriate the wrongs of Hollywood. The actuality is that old ability structures haven’t gone away, alike as new ones are still emerging. “It would be easier, and so abundant added unfulfilling, not to accept a assembly company,” Robbie says. “To not appoint first- and second-time changeable directors, and pale millions of added people’s money, and put my name to it and aggregate I’ve formed for, but I’ve fabricated the best to do it, and I don’t affliction it. On the cast side—and it doesn’t alike feel like a cast side—it was my constant dream [to assignment with Tarantino], and I got to do it, and it makes me sad if bodies ability authority that adjoin me admitting aggregate abroad I’m doing.”

It’s difficult to anatomize out all the layers here. Tarantino’s blur (which will premiere at Cannes several weeks afterwards Robbie and I speak) is about a ability about-face in Hollywood’s history, one that concluded the flat arrangement and eventually created the amplitude for indie masterpieces like Pulp Fiction. It additionally serves as a admonition of the best of what Hollywood can still do— accumulate above cine stars for a blur by a administrator with a atypical vision, who can shut bottomward Hollywood Boulevard in the average of a weekday if he wants to. “Quentin told me, ‘You will never accept added fun on a cine set.’ And he was right. I had the greatest acquaintance of my life,” Robbie says. “There are some aspects of old Hollywood that are absolutely admirable and important and should be agitated over. Do you abolish history because there were some bad parts? Maybe it’s important for us at this choice to accede the acceptable genitalia as well.”

It is not 9:00 p.m. yet, but Robbie has to blitz home to watch dailies from several LuckyChap projects currently in production. The abutting morning she’ll be on set at 4:30 a.m. to accomplish stunts as Harley, and at the appointment by 5:00 p.m., for what she calls a “half-day.” Admitting she spends her workdays watching films by changeable admiral and account scripts by changeable writers, aback she goes home at night, Robbie tells me, she still brand to watch films like Snatch and Braveheart. “My adulation and affection for changeable filmmakers doesn’t beggarly I aback don’t like male-driven films,” she says. “And that’s an important altercation to make—so that men go see films about women, by women. If it’s a acceptable film, they’ll be able to relate.”

Correction: An beforehand adaptation of this adventure referenced the Gold Bank as actuality amid on Australia’s western edge. It is, in fact, amid on the east bank of the country.

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