Margot Robbie Wants You To Stop Focusing On Her Looks
Margot Robbie is fed up with the non-stop discussion about her looks.
Speaking to Stellar, the Aussie actress -- who is starring in the highly-anticipated Quentin Tarantino flick 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood' -- revealed her disdain over media discussing anything but her work.
"I just don't like 'looks' being the focus when there are so many other things to discuss. It's a wasted opportunity to me," she told the publication.
"Sometimes I sit down, someone asks a certain question — not even necessarily looks-related — and I am thinking to myself, 'I've worked with so many interesting people. Don't you want to hear a story about [Martin] Scorsese?' If I was in their shoes, I'd be asking something different."
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However, she added that she's more than happy to discuss the physical aspects of her characters, explaining that hair and makeup are a necessary part of the various roles she has undertaken.
It comes after 2016 Vanity Fair cover profile on the star was labelled "sexist" and "creepy", after the language in which writer Rich Cohen referred to the star.
"She is 26 and beautiful, not in that otherworldly, catwalk way but in a minor knock-around key, a blue mood, a slow dance," Cohen wrote. "She is blonde but dark at the roots. She is tall but only with the help of certain shoes. She can be sexy and composed even while naked but only in character. As I said, she is from Australia."
Robbie first rose to fame on 'Neighbours' before getting her big break in 2013 opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in 'The Wolf of Wall Street'.