A drugged-out Margot Robbie is born in the latest Babylon trailer

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Margot Robbie in Babylon
Babylon's release date may have been pushed back from January 6th, but that doesn't mean Damien Chazelle's latest project expects any less feverish mayhem. A new trailer for the 1920s epic is here, and the intersecting characters it follows remain, as always, immersed in the ups and downs of early Golden Age Hollywood.
The film's first trailer established the hedonistic tone of the 3+ hour epic - now it's time to explore the dark side. James McKay is best embodied by Toby Maguire, whose yellow-toothed gaze comes into its own towards the end. We also get a closer look at a mustachioed Brad Pitt playing swaggering actor Jack Conrad. Jack has enough sensual influence in the industry to inspire women to get his face tattooed on their backs—but as smooth as he is, even he can't avoid the occasional (literal) fall.
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Babylon | Official Trailer | Paramount Pictures UK
"You know, when I first moved to L.A., you know what the signs on all the doors said? No actors or dogs allowed. I changed all that,” Jack proudly tells skeptical silent film actress Enid St. Cloud (Emmy-winner Jean Smart).
Young starlet Nellie LaRoy (Margot Robbie) still seems to be the film's muse and madness, usually on cocaine and the focus of every party or premiere. The new trailer continues to delve into the good, bad, and ugly of her career, from a standing ovation to her nipples icing off-camera to sobbing on a cold bathroom floor. While the first trailer focused on Robbie's more decadent antics, the second offers new insights into her struggles - with drugs, career competition and her own self-worth.
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"All my life I've done nothing but disappoint people," she tells her film assistant Manny Torres (Diego Calva) from the back seat of a taxi. "But I did it on my terms, not theirs."
Rounding out the film's cast are Jovan Adepo, Li Jun Li, P.J. Byrne, Lukas Haas, Olivia Hamilton, Max Minghella, Rory Scovel, Katherine Waterston, Flea, Jeff Garlin, Eric Roberts, Ethan Suplee, Samara Weaving, and Olivia Wilde. Babylon hits theaters on December 23rd.
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