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Quentin Tarantino and Margot Robbie at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival on May 22, 2019. Toni Anne Barson/Getty Images
Speaking at a BAFTA event in London on Tuesday, Margot Robbie opened up about her previous roles.
Saying "I, Tonya" — which earned her an Oscar nod — gave her confidence in her acting abilities.
Robbie approached director Quentin Tarantino for a role and was later cast in his 2019 film.
Margot Robbie said watching her performance in I, Tonya (2017) made her realize she was a "good actress" and gave her the confidence to approach director Quentin Tarantino for a role.
Robbie made the remarks while appearing at a career retrospective hosted by BAFTA in London on Tuesday. She spoke about her roles in The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) and Bombshell (2021), as well as the skating biopic that later earned her an Oscar nomination for Best Actress.
"'I, Tonya' was the first time I saw a movie and thought I was a good actor," Robbie said, per Deadline. "And I was like, 'Okay, I'm ready to turn to my idols.' And that's when I wrote the letter to Quentin."
Variety reports that Robbie said working with the Pulp Fiction director was "a bucket list thing" for her, but up until then she "felt I wasn't good enough."
Robbie received an Oscar nomination for her performance in I, Tonya (2017).Neon
Robbie previously shared in a Vogue cover story that she actually wrote the director a fan letter after seeing the first cut of I, Tonya.
"I wrote to him and said, 'I adore your films and would love to work with you in some capacity. the Tarantino film in which she was eventually cast.
According to the publication, Tarantino received Robbie's letter shortly after he finished the script for the film and had already been recommended to cast her as Sharon Tate in his film, which is a semi-fictional version of the 1969 Manson murders.
Robbie also addressed the criticism the film received upon its release for its minimal screen time and very few lines. Many viewers found it disrespectful as Robbie portrayed one of the few real characters in the film.
"It didn't bother me," she said. "I looked at it and thought we conveyed what we wanted to convey."
Tarantino defended his decision during the film's press tour, telling IndieWire, "It's not her story, it's Rick's story. It's not even Cliff's that's not in the film, she's in our hearts."
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Margot Robbie
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