How do you want to login to your MUCH account?

Don't have an account? Sign up now.

It looks like you haven't changed your password in a while. For your security, please change it now.

You can opt-out from either of these at any time

Any questions or concerns please contact us.


Margot Robbie Talks Kissing Co-Stars And Her Low Level Crime


Fri, March, 6 by


Margot Robbie has quickly become a Hollywood darling. She made a huge impression as Leonardo DiCaprio’s gorgeous, pageant queen wife in The Wolf of Wall Street with Leonardo DiCaprio and now she is full speed ahead for her big movie career. Having your first big American movie role be in a Scorsese film is basically a movie biz golden ticket. Next she will star as Jane in the Tarzan movie and Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad alongside Jared Leto. Her latest role is in Focus, a con-man movie starring Will Smith.

But, if you are hoping to find out who is a better kisser between Will and Leo, you are getting nothing from her. “Don’t make me pick. I’m going to get in so much trouble. I can’t answer that. Honestly, they’re both wonderful co-stars,” she told our Liz when she caught up with the cast of Focus in Los Angeles.

But Margot’s movie roles aren’t just about kissing. Obviously. In Focus, she plays a master pick-pocket which required some serious training before she started shooting. What made it more difficult is that she didn’t have much criminal experience to draw on. She insists that she has never stolen anything. Except for that one time…

“One time when I was 14 I was getting on the bus but the bus was about to leave but I was buying chewing gum from the petrol station and I had a couple of things in the bench. Still to this day I’m not sure if she put everything through,” she said. “I don’t know if I technically stole a pack of gum back then.”

Check out more from the cast of Focus below including the scenes that made co-stars Gerald McRaney and Adrian Martinez crack.

For more celeb interviews and the newest videos, check out the Much Countdown Saturdays at 6E/3P.

Focus is in theatres now! Check out the trailer below.