Margot Robbie Slept Next to a "Life-Size Cardboard Cut-Out" of This Celeb for 2 Years
Before they co-stars, Margot Robbie and John Cena had a "story".
The Oscar nominee shared the news publicly while starring alongside the WWE star on the July 21 episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live. When guest host Anthony Anderson mentioned that there was a "backstory" between the Suicide Squad castmates, the actress made a surprising admission.
"I watched WWE growing up, when I was a kid, I loved The Undertaker," explained Robbie. "And when I was a teenager I naturally stopped watching. But then, as a teenager, in his early 20s, I had a friend who was obsessed with John Cena. So much so that he made a cardboard clipping in his bedroom for his 21st birthday . "
"So for two years I slept in a room that had a life-size cardboard cutout of John Cena in the room," she laughed, noting that she would sometimes be frightened to wake up in the middle of the night. "And then I'd say, 'Oh, it's just John Cena, it's fine.'"
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Robbie, 31, then recalled asking whether or not to tell Cena, 44, about this life-size object before they started working together. While the Focus star initially chose to keep it to himself to avoid any weirdness, the Focus star eventually revealed the secret "five seconds to meet him".
After Robbie shared the reveal, Cena was then presented with a life-size cardboard clipping of her The Suicide Squad character, Harley Quinn. "With that you have to sleep in your room for two years", Robbie told him, "just to create the conditions."
His answer? "OK."
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Take a look at the interview above to see how Robbie tells her hilarious story.
The Suicide Squad is scheduled for release on August 6th.
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