It’s already one of the most widely anticipated movies of next year, with a star-studded cast and controversial story-line.
And Margot Robbie was spotted on the set of the upcoming flick about Roger Ailes – the disgraced former boss of Fox News.
The 28-year-old actress was seen making a phone call as she filmed scenes in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday.
She plays Kayla Pospisil, a fictional associate producer for Fox News.
The Wolf of Wolf Street beauty flashed her legs in a knee-skimming flared skirt, and black heels.
Her blonde tresses were loose, with a braid pinned around the side.
She is seen looking nervous as she makes a phone call, outside in the street – which is meant to look like New York City.
The film – said to be called Fair and Balanced, boasts an all-star cast that includes John Lithgow as Roger Ailes and Nicole Kidman as Gretchen Carlson.
Charlize Theron is playing Meghan Kelly and is also producing the film.
Connie Britton, Allison Janney and Kate McKinnon are all set to co-star in the upcoming Jay Roach-directed film, about the women who decide to take on the Fox News boss and the toxic male culture which presided.
As chairman of the network, Ailes helped launch the careers of Kelly and Carlson.
However, as several reports of Ailes’ sexual misconduct toward Kelly, Carlson and more surfaced, the powerful media mogul was forced to resign in 2016.
Meanwhile, Margot is also promoting her role as Elizabeth First in period drama Mary Queen of Scots with Saoirse Ronan, as well as many films in which she’ll reprise her role as the villainous Harley Quinn, including The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, Birds of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) and an untitled project featuring Quinn and the Joker.
She is also set to reunite with Leonardo DiCaprio for Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
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