The lovely Margot Robbie is on the cover of the June issue of Vogue magazine, and inside is a big story about her career and the big movies she has coming up, like Suicide Squad. Robbie comments on the character of Harley Quinn, director David Ayer praises Robbie for doing her own stunt, and the origin of her tattoo gun is revealed! Check out the highlights below.
Margot Robbie on Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad
“She doesn’t even have superpowers. She’s just a psychopath who runs around gleefully killing people—she finds joy in causing mayhem, which makes her weirdly endearing and fun to watch.”
David Ayer on Margot Robbie doing her own stunts
“She’s a tough girl, and she’s incredibly smart and mature beyond her years. She has ridiculous depth, and she’s never been coddled, so she’s very physically courageous. The things she was doing herself as far as stunts, you wouldn’t believe. There’s only a handful of actors who do that sort of work themselves.”
The origin of Margot Robbie’s tattoo gun
As a wrap gift after Tarzan, Sophia—her best friend/housemate/business partner—bought her a tattoo gun on eBay, and soon, between scenes while shooting Suicide Squad, says Robbie, “people would come into my trailer: ‘Hey, Margs—can I get a tattoo?’ ‘Sure—sit on down!’ ” She even gave Delevingne something she dubbed “toemojis”—five emoji faces on the bottoms of her toes. “And then we all decided to get Squad tattoos, David Ayer included,” says Robbie. Now she travels with her tattoo kit everywhere she goes.
Robbie also posed with her Tarzan co-star Alexander Skarsgård inside the magazine for a stunning photo shoot. Check out them out below, and head on over to Vogue for the full article.