Margot Robbie has earned her place as a force to be reckoned with in Hollywood, but serious insecurities come with her success.
Robbie has undoubtedly left her mark with a career spanning over twenty years, featuring her in films such as “Wolf of Wall Street” and Oscar-nominated productions including “I, Tonya.”
With such incredible feats and more, the star once felt as if she had reached the peak of her career, and things may plummet from then on.
Margot Robbie Gets Candid About Fearing Her Career Peak
Robbie hit the ground running with her career in the Hollywood film industry, starring as Donna Freedman alongside stars including Liam Hemsworth and Kylie Minogue in the 2008 soap opera “Neighbours.”
In her debut movie, she starred alongside Oscar winner Leonardo DiCaprio and skyrocketed into roles like the infamous Harley Quinn in “Suicide Squad.”
In a resurfaced interview with Fox News, the Academy Award nominee was asked if she feels as if she has reached the height of her career. She replied:
“Honestly, this keeps me up at night, this very question. I feel like I have peaked, and it’s all downhill from here.”
Nevertheless, Robbie hopes that this is not true because she still has a lot to offer Hollywood and more collaborations she looks forward to. She explained:
“I hope that’s not the case because I still feel like I have a lot to give, and there’s still a lot of directors I want to work with. And, you know, I’m just going to keep climbing as long as I can.”
It turns out the “Focus” actress has nothing to worry about because she is still highly sought after in Hollywood. She will be starring in Damien Chazelle’s movie “Babylon,” premiering in 2022.
In another role, Robbie is a cast member of an undisclosed David O. Russel and Wes Anderson movie, proving that she can say goodbye to sleepless nights as her career is far from over.
Despite being listed in Times 100 Most Influential People In The World by Forbes in 2017, The Blast revealed that Robbie never knew she would become such a massive star.
While speaking to Variety in 2020, the “Neighbors” actress believed that her time on the show would be the end of the road for her career, adding, I didn’t think there was higher than that for me.”
Following a three-year run on the Australian soap opera, Robbie moved to Los Angeles and landed the role of a stewardess on the “Pan Am” series.
The 31-year-old also opened up about her character in the 2020 film “Bombshell,” where she played Kayla, a Fox News employee among the many women that accused Roger Ailes, the former Fox News CEO, of sexual harassment.
Robbie then explained her impeccable process of getting into character. She said:
“I didn’t understand her [Kayla] to begin with. But my process is to do a ton of research, consider every single option, know every single situation, scenario, thought, and motivation inside and out, so I can step onto set and then let it all go.”
The talented star also created a fake Twitter account to follow young, conservative girls to learn their points of view without bias.
The “Suicide Squad” Star Begins Building Venice Beach Home In Homeless Centre
Last year, the pandemic led to a homelessness crisis for many people living in the United States, especially those residing in Los Angeles. This brought about a divide between the rich and poor.
The Blast disclosed that Robbie was among the many celebrities who continue to erect lavish living spaces around makeshift homeless camps in the area.
Robbie and her husband of over five years, Tom Ackerley, began building a two-story home in a two-lot area that sits a two-minute walk away from the famous Venice beach.
At the time, many homeless people had set up camp on the beachfront without plans to leave. Councilmember Mike Bonin told Fox News last month that the city plans to buy out motels.
These motels house as many homeless people as possible, though Bonin noted he lacked resources despite advocating for the cause for years.
Robbie and Ackerley reportedly continued to erect their dream beach house estimated at around a whopping $15 million despite the homelessness crisis.