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Margot Robbie on ‘Film Shot’ Martin Scorsese Says She Makes a Good Movie ‘Great’

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Margot Robbie has revealed what Martin Scorsese says a movie needs to make it “great.”

The actor teamed up with the filmmaker in the 2013 film wolf of Wall StreetThe 22-year-old plays Naomi Lapaglia, wife of Leonardo DiCaprio’s Jordan Belfort.

Robbie reflected on the experience during the “Life in Pictures Supported by TCL” talk at BAFTAs on Tuesday (Nov. 22), explaining that Scorsese would “sit around and tell stories about the mafia and old movie stars.”

But Robbie, who is now 32, said Scorsese tipped him off on what he thinks makes a good movie great.

“We were shooting the shot where I was running up the stairs, and he turned to me and said, ‘Every great movie has a stair shot,'” she said.

“Since then I’ve told a lot of directors that Martin Scorsese says every great movie has a stair shot, so take the stairs there.”

time limit The report added that Robbie said the free-spirited “tone” of the film’s production made it “a little bit free for everyone”.

“It was like the crazier you are, the more Marty will like it — and the more screen time you get,” she explained.

According to Robbie, the sex scene that ends with Naomi wanting a divorce, prompting Jordan to crash his car with his daughter in the back seat, was a late addition to the script.

“What happened earlier in the script was I walked into his office and said I wanted a divorce, and that was,” Robbie said, revealing that she and Scorsese, along with DiCaprio, “locked themselves in a room until three o’clock” in the morning. ” Shut down.” And he brought everything ”.

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Margot Robbie in her BAFTA talk on Tuesday (November 22)

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Earlier this month, Robbie talked about the “rock bottom” she experienced after playing The Wolf of Wall Streetand revealed that Disney has officially scrapped the Pirates of the Caribbean reboot she was set to star in.

The Australian actor is an Oscar front-runner for his performance in Damien Chazelle’s Babylon, which will be released on December 23 in the US and January 23 in the UK.

Source: www.independent.co.uk

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