Margot Robbie is joining the Wes Anderson camp.
The Oscar nominee will join Anderson’s favourites Tilda Swinton, Bill Murray and Adrien Brody alongside Oscar winner, Tom Hanks. Robbie is expected to play a supporting role, according to sources from The Hollywood Reporter.
Plot details and release date are kept under wraps. Production is expected to start in Spain later this month.
Currently on set filming ‘Babylon’ by Damien Chazelle, Robbie’s boat of work has been fluxed with one major project to the other. She is coming off of the opening of ‘Suicide Squad’ written and directed by James Gun. Her next attachment aside Anderson’s untitled feature is ‘Barbie’, which will be directed by Greta Gerwig and produced by her via her production banner LuckyChap.
In 2018, Robbie scored an Academy Award nomination in the best actress category for ‘I, Tonya’ and returned last year with a supporting actress nomination for ‘Bombshell’. Her LuckyChap produced film ‘Promising Young Woman’ secured an Oscar victory for Emerald Fennell in the best original screenplay category and also scored Carey Mulligan a second Oscar nomination for best actress. It garnered a total $16.6 million box office revenue.
Robbie is repped by CAA, Management 360, Aran Michael Management and Jackoway Austen.