Margot Robbie was offered a job at Hooters while filming an ad.
In a recent interview with NME, Robbie recalled an occasion when she got a commercial job in Australia.
“I didn’t do the Hooters commercial as a girl from Hooters, but as a person who ate at Hooters,” Robbie said when asked about acting roles or additional jobs that fans might not know about.
“In the end, they offered me a job and I said: “I think this is where my career is heading, and I’m going to work at Hooters,” Robbie added of a job when she was 16 that she wasn’t paid for.
Take a look at the interview here:
Margot Robbie recently called the opening scene of Babylon an “orgy party.”
“When I read the script, I thought ‘Sweet Life’ and ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ had a baby, and I love it,” Robbie said. “But I thought, can we show it? Do we have the right to show it?
“There were so many scenes where I thought: a) I have no idea how I’m going to do it, and b) are we going to get away with it?”
In a three-star review of Babylon, NME wrote: “Each character begins their adventure with a well-written opening scene, adding enough layers that make the audience sympathize and care about what they will do next.
“However, as the film approaches its bloated 189-minute (!) time, some of these characters (grumpy Smart writer Eleanor, glamorous performer Lee Joon Lee Lady Faye) almost disappear. It’s frustrating and scares the audience away from emotional interaction.”
“Babylon” is now in cinemas in the UK.