Margot Robbie has quite the tough decision to make when she was actually offered the role in The Wolf of Wall Street. On the one hand, it's a Martin Scorsese movie with Leonardo DiCaprio headlining. On the other hand, she would have to go nude in her very first major film release, meaning there would be a risk of typcasting in the future. Plus, there's the whole Internet and youtube thing, and her whole family would see her naked on the big screen, along with millions of other moviegoers.
Margot opened up about the decision in an interview with LOOK Magazine, explaining, "[Nudity is] different in this day and age, because of the internet. It was like, if I do this there will forever be YouTube clips of this, there will be slow-motion versions. It's not just the repercussions for myself - my brothers and my grandparents have to deal with that. So it's not something to be taken lightly."
She also adds, "But when the nudity is warranted, I don't think there's anything shameful in that. If it's justified and the character would do it, then it should be there."
Well, there's also the fact that the role has helped launch Robbie into the stratosphere, with the actress landing role after role in Hollywood. After being cast opposite Will Smith in 'Focus', she's already landed two high-profile roles since Wolf's release. She will be starring opposite Alexander Skarsgard in the Warner Brothers Tarzan reboot, and she'll also be headlining Z For Zachariah, a post-apocalyptic film with Chiwetel Ejiofer and Chris Pine.