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Margot Robbie Says She Didn't Think She Was "Hot Enough" For Wolf of Wall Street

IndependentMargot Robbie may have shot to fame following her appearance in The Wolf of Wall Street but has now revealed the one reservation she had about playing the part.

In an interview with Wonderland, the Australian actress opened up about her low self-esteem regarding the role of Jordan Belfort’s wife Naomi – a character she explains was described in the script as “the hottest blonde ever” – in the 2013 film from Martin Scorsese.

“When I was playing Naomi in The Wolf of Wolf Street it was so high-tempo sexy. I was acutely aware that the line in the screenplay was ‘the hottest blonde ever’, I’m clearly not the hottest blonde ever,” she said.

“I was just terrified that people would see the movie and think ‘eugh! She’s not that great.'”

Marlins Man.  Margot Robbie.  It’s like the World Championship of Humbleness.  A Humble-Off.

As a reminder, this is Margot Robbie.  The one who is not that sure if she’s hot or not.

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Listen I appreciate the comments from Margot.  Coming across as down-to-Earth instead of some stuck up Hollywood A-lister who knows they’re hot shit.  From everything I’ve seen she seems super cool, and I can imagine how self-conscious it can make you and how stressful it is to have to portray “the hottest blonde ever,” quote, from the screenplay.   Gonna give her the benefit of the doubt and not go with the “fishing for compliments” route.

Just going to pitch in my thoughts here which will maybe boost her self-confidence a little bit:

I think it turned out okay!

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