Margot Robbie says she 'misses home so much' in NYT Style interview


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Margot Robbie has spoken of her meteoric rise to fame in a wide-ranging interview with T Australia: The New York Times Style Magazine.

The two-time Oscar-nominated actress, 31, shows off her new fringed hairstyle and gorgeous looks on the cover of the Impact issue. 

Margot spoke to the publication about her incredible career and what she misses most about her home country.

'I miss home so much': Margot Robbie has spoken of her meteoric rise to fame in a wide-ranging interview with T Australia: The New York Times Style Magazine

Margot, who hails from Dalby, Queensland, but lives between America and the UK, said she hasn't been home in almost two years.      

'There was the pandemic and before that I was on a film or two,' she said. 

'I miss home so much.'

Homesick: Margot, who hails from Dalby, Queensland, but lives between America and the UK, said she hasn't been home in almost two years. Pictured in Los Angeles on April 25

Margot said she's not sure where her love of cinema came from, but suggested that watching Fight Club at a young age piqued her interest in 'provocative' films.

She also revealed her career motto is committing '120 per cent' to every project.

'You cannot half-a**e anything,' she said. 'You have to commit 120 per cent - anything less than that ends up looking stupid.'

'You cannot half-a**e anything': Margot also revealed her career motto is committing '120 per cent' to every project. Pictured in Los Angeles on August 2

Margot is one of Australia's biggest Hollywood exports, known for critically acclaimed films such as The Wolf of Wall Street and I, Tonya, which she also produced.

She began her career playing Donna Freedman in the Australian soap Neighbours. 

The actress-turned-producer admitted in a recent interview she fears she's already reached the height of her career.

'Honestly, this keeps me up at night, this very question,' she said. 'Maybe it's all downhill from here. Maybe I'm at the top and it can't get any better.' 

Success story: Margot is one of Australia's biggest Hollywood exports, known for critically acclaimed films such as The Wolf of Wall Street and I, Tonya, which she also produced