Margot Robbie is the new sensation in Hollywood, after the recent success of “I, Tonya” where she showed everyone her level of acting. Also, she is one of the hottest actresses in the world, who can forget “The Wolf Of Wall Street” epic scene.
Moving to Hollywood in 2011 at the youthful age of 21-years of age, the blonde excellence sought-after future in the film business. Her meager resumè, which incorporated a three-year stretch on the Australian cleanser musical show, Neighbors, gave her no benefits to alternate a great many youthful hopefuls visiting Tinseltown for their enormous break.
For the primary year in the industry, Robbie confronted a few difficulties previously being cast nearby Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street – ostensibly one of the greatest and best movies of 2013.
Simply ask Margot Robbie’s stunt double, Ingrid Kleinig, who has worked with Robbie on a few titles throughout the years.
“She’s stubborn & fiercely competitive,” explains Kleinig in an interview with The White Space. But, not only that, she’s extremely talented.
Examining their working relationship on the set of Suicide Squad – where Kleinig played out the stunts for Robbie’s character, Harley Quinn – the achieved acrobat explains:
Margot is a classically trained dancer so she has a level of physicality you really only see in people that have done serious physical training in their formative years. This gave us pretty much free rein to create fight choreography, tailored to her strengths, that didn’t need to be simplified or compromised when going for the actor’s coverage.”
For the individuals who have watched Suicide Squad, it’s obvious to see that no cost or vitality was saved for the part of Harley Quinn. What’s more, while Kleinig influences it to look consistent on screen, in the background, those activity shots were significantly harder than the post-production editors influenced them to appear.
“Harley Quinn is definitely the most fun I’ve had with a character,” Kleinig explains. “Her batshit crazy, unpredictable nature meant dramatically, there were really no limits to how far out of left field we could venture. That’s rare. It was very liberating.”
Be that as it may, while Kleinig didn’t hesitate to breathe life into Harley Quinn, there was one thing holding her back – the ‘outfit.’
“We became very creative with our safety equipment, from designing custom harnesses to fit under micro-shorts, to molding body armor from 2mm thermoplastic Kevlar,” she explains in contrast to how restrictive that hot pant and crop top combination was.
Robbie and Kleinig will partner up again in the blink of an eye for Suicide Squad 2 and additionally the yet untitled ‘Joker/Harley Quinn Project’, where the stunts are ensured to be greater and better than anyone might have expected. Also, on the off chance that you extravagant seeing Kleinig do her thing, without Robbie this time, go to film theaters to watch the most recent portion in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Ant Man & The Wasp, where she played as Evangeline Lilly’s double.