Margot Robbie has defended her minimum screentime within the 2019 movie As soon as Upon a Time in Hollywood.
The actor, 32, turned into the youngest-ever big name to be given a distinct Bafta: A Lifestyles in Photos tribute in London on Tuesday (22 November).
Admitting that a number of scenes she had filmed were lower, Robbie stated she “watched it and concept we were given throughout what we needed to get throughout”.
When the movie was once launched, many fanatics had complained that Robbie didn’t have sufficient scenes or discussion within the movie.
In a 2019 interview, Tarantino had defended himself, telling an interviewer who raised the criticisms to him: “I reject your speculation.”
Robbie, sitting beside him on the time, stated: “I feel the moments on display screen display the ones glorious facets of [Sharon Tate] might be adequately performed with out talking.”
On the Bafta match this week, Robbie additionally stated that she first contacted “idol” Tarantino after filming 2017’s I, Tonya, as a result of that was once when she realised she was once “a just right actor”.
In that movie, Robbie had performed digraced determine skater Tonya Harding.
Ultimately night time’s communicate, Robbie also revealed the one “shot” that Martin Scorsese, who directed her in 2013’s The Wolf of Wall Street, told her makes a good movie “great”.