‘Z for Zachariah’ has been pushed back a week to August 28th, instead of the 21st. No word on if the release itself has been expanded or if the date was just moved but it will still probably be a limited release the first week. Also, check out the high quality version of the new still from the film’s official Facebook page in our gallery, here.
Wikileaks has published more than 170,000 emails they claim were lifted from the company’s servers.
In exchanges, which date back to March of last year, Robbie is picked as the frontrunner to play the blonde toy with Sandra Bullock, Amy Schumer and Amy Adams among the suggestions for her potential sidekick.
‘As far as who would play Barbie probably an ingenue. I like Margot Robbie, for instance. Or possibly a discovery,’ Doug Belgrad, the president of Sony Pictures Entertainment Motion Picture Group, writes.
Producer Laurie MacDonald, (Gladiator, Men In Black) also backed Robbie for the lead in an email to former Sony boss Amy Pascal.
‘She is Barbie come to life – she’d be great,’ she writes.
It seems it’s not just the executives who think Robbie would be perfect for the part. The actress herself was on board to play the real-life doll last May, according to an email from Hannah Minghella, co-president of production at Sony’s Columbia Pictures division.
‘Bugliari and JP pitched Margot the idea for Barbie and she loved it! She’s free in October once she wraps Tarzan,’ Minghella writes.
Harley Quinn has a few looks throughout the film. Going from traditional with the animated series as a reference to prison attire & in one sequence where they infiltrate a club she swears a dress. Get this, her & Joker’s pet Hyena’s are in the film briefly. Apparently, Harley with the hyena’s are a big motif.
From Up and Comers.net
How is this for a cast? Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, Margot Robbie and Matthias Schoenaerts. Not much is known about the untitled film, described as a “sexy thriller,” only that it will be the next project of Italian director Luca Guadagnino. Filming begins this summer in Italy.
Robbie and Schoenaerts have already worked together, on the upcoming Weinstein Company release “Suite Francaise,” also starring Michelle Williams. She broke out in “The Wolf of Wall Street” opposite Leonardo Dicaprio, while he did it via “Rust and Bone” opposite Marion Cotillard.
Robbie has since wrapped apocalyptic thriller “Z for Zachariah” and grifter rom com “Focus.” She’ll next play Jane opposite Alexander Skarsgard’s “Tarzan” in a new reboot of the classic actioner.