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Margot Robbie On the Importance of a Producer

Margot Robbie, who can be seen in the upcoming I, Tonya film this holiday season is weighing in on the importance of a producer.

Before everyone realized that Margot Robbie was without a doubt one of the best talents of the modern day, thanks to Suicide Squad, she had a few things to say about a producers position. Read on…

Margot Robbie On the Importance of a Producer has the latest from the Aussie actress who continues to razzle dazzle movie goers with her talents.

By now, Margot Robbie, who is best known as Harley Quinn in ‘Suicide Squad’ can been seen in a slew of new projects. She continues to prove she’s more than just a hot blonde on the big screen.

The Focus actress, can be seen in the following projects Gotham City Sirens, Terminal, Dreamland, Peter Rabbit, Mary Queen of Scots, Untitled Quentin Tarantino/1969 Project, Suicide Squad 2 (2019), Untitled Joker-Harley Quinn Project (2018), and Marian.


Margot looks set to continue riding a tremendous wave of success into the future from Harley Quinn to Tonya Harding.

Speaking with Metro USA, the actress said:

“The most important thing as a producer is it’s your job when you pick your director to stand by your director… You can’t stand by your director and second guess everything. There are times when you step in and debate a certain situation. You don’t want to leave any stone unturned.”

Adding specifically of the DC Universe, she concluded:

“once you decide on who your director is, and they have a vision, you have to enable that vision and step in at moments to keep it on course if need be. I think that’s the way. I think that’s what a producer should do.”

One day this way of thinking will hopefully apply to fans and the studios of the DC Extended Universe as gospel. Until then we will continue to get DCEU installments like the recent ‘Justice League’ accused of being hindered by the studios’. We still remember the day Zack Snyder announced the movie would be 2:50 mins and the studio agreed they would not cut it down. Then, Joss Weldon takes over and the movie is only 2 hours. What happened to Cyborg and Aquaman scenes being beefed up?

Way to renege on your promise. Justice League’s numbers in the box office are suffering no thanks to producers again! And to think the DCEU fate was resting on the success of Justice League. Yeah, good luck with that, because it’s been loosing too CoCo