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Margot Robbie Revealed The One Word She Hates Being Called

In the cover story for 'Vogue's July issue, Margot Robbie dished on working with Quentin Tarantino, and also gave a little insight into a word she hates being called.

We won't keep you in too much suspense, but according to Robbie -- the one word she really hates being called is a "bombshell".

"I hate that word. I hate it so much," Robbie told the publication adding, "I feel like a brat saying that because there are worse things, but I'm not a bombshell.

"I’m not someone who walks in a room and the record stops and people turn like, ‘Look at that woman.’ That doesn’t happen," Robbie continued. "People who know me, if they had to sum me up in one word I don’t know what that word would be, but I’m certain it would not be bombshell."

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The blonde bombshell actor also spoke about her upcoming role in Quentin Tarantino's 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood', where she plays the role of Sharon Tate.

According to Robbie, it was always a dream of hers to star in a Tarantino film, but she felt like she had to be "a good enough actor" first. After seeing the first cut of 'I, Tonya', the film which scored her the Academy Award nomination, Robbie decided to finally write Tarantino a letter telling him she wanted to work with him in any capacity.

Tarantino came under fire after a screening of the film at Cannes when a reporter asked him a question about why Robbie had so few lines compared to her male co-stars Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio.

The director simply responded sharply by saying, "I disagree with your hypothesis" leaving Robbie to posit her own response to the question.

"I always look into the character, and what the character is supposed to serve," she said at the time, "I think the moments that I got on screen gave an opportunity to honour Sharon.

"I think the tragedy was ultimately the loss of innocence and to really show those wonderful sides of her, I think could be adequately done without speaking."

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is set to open in Australian theatres on August 15, 2019.

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