Australian beauty Margot Robbie has become one of the most in demand actresses on the face of the Earth, which has seen her landing some very interesting roles in some very exciting movies. Next up for this stunning star, is playing the role of the American Olympic ice skating star Tonya Harding, in the new movie I, Tonya, and Margot has admitted that she has concerns about the possibility of getting injured while shooting the film.
Robbie was doing an interview with Glamour magazine, when she told them, "I'm really excited because I'm producing the film as well, for the first time I have all of these other concerns that I normally don't think about when I'm just acting."
She added, "Whereas now I'm so worried about getting injuries and ruining pushing shoot dates back, that'll cost hundreds of thousands of dollars - it's terrifying. So I'm really excited because I love acquiring a new skill for a role, it's one of the biggest treats of acting, and on the producing side of it - if I get an injury I'm scared I'm going to ruin everything so I'm nervous."
I, Tonya has been officially described as, "Competitive ice skater, Tonya Harding, rises among the ranks at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships, but her future in the sport is thrown into doubt, when her boyfriend intervenes." While Margot Robbie stars in the movie, Craig Gillespie is on directing duties, from the Steven Rogers screenplay, with the movie awaiting an official release date.