Fill in Margot Robbie Says ‘I, Tonya’ Made Her Realize She Was a “Good Actor”

Robbie was speaking in London, where she became the youngest focus of a BAFTA

Margot Robbie made history in London on Tuesday, becoming the youngest-ever star to be given a special “BAFTA: A Life in Pictures” tribute.

After the release of Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, the film faced criticism over Robbie’s lack of screen time and lines, something she said “did not bother” her.

“I just went there and watched it on a random Tuesday afternoon and sat in pretty much the same seat,” she said.

even down to the fact that the person I bought the ticket off was like, ‘but you’re in the movie,’ and I was like, ‘I know’.”

I, Tonya was the first time I watched a movie and went, ‘OK, I’m a good actor’,” she told the audience.

Margot Robbie made history in London on Tuesday, becoming the youngest-ever star to be given a special “BAFTA: A Life in Pictures” tribute.

Just like in the film, the ticket seller even asked for a picture with Robbie, “I was like, ‘We’re practically doing the scene from the film’