Australian actress Margot Robbie has become one of the biggest and best stars in Hollywood, landing some of the top roles that the acting industry has to offer, which has led to some people to refer to the stunning star as an "overnight sensation". However, Margot has been working in the acting industry for a decade now and has been working hard to improve all the time, so she is understandably upset with this new tag.
Robbie was chatting to Who magazine, when she explained, "Everyone's always like ‘you're an overnight sensation’, but next year I will have been doing this professionally for 10 years. Whatever money I made early on, I spent on acting courses and dialect coaches."
As well as talking about her rise up through the acting industry, Margot Robbie also went on to hit back at the critics who has slated her character Harley Quinn in the Suicide Squad movie, claiming the movie is sexist. Margot says that the critics are way off the mark and that the character is written how the comic book fans would want her to be written.
Robbie added, "It's so rare as an actress that you get given a role this messed up and gritty and funny. He [John Ostrander, writer] didn't write it like a chick but he wrote it for a chick and I'm grateful. It's so rare that chicks get to play this role."
Suicide Squad is out now in both the US and the UK. We cannot wait to see what the actual comic book fans think of the movie.