“I’ve put my family through enough”: Margot Robbie Refused Ludicrous Playboy Offer From Hugh Hefner to Get Naked After Infamous ‘The Wolf of the Wall Street’ Scene With Leonardo DiCaprio

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The Hollywood industry is filled to the brim with gorgeous specimens of human beings, and Margot Robbie has got to be up there with the best of the best. Apart from being absolutely beautiful and charming, she also possesses the skillsets to perform any role she has been assigned down to the minutest of details with finesse and perfection. She can be termed as the prime example of beauty with brains and other skills required to thrive in the industry.

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Margot Robbie

Coming to fame from the critically-acclaimed biopic and novel adaptation of Jordyn Belfort’s book The Wolf Of Wall Street, Robbie’s role in the movie was eye-catching thanks to all the nudity it had in store for the audience. But her extravagant exposure didn’t just catch hold of the attention of the common folk, it also made Playboy Magazine owner Late. Hugh Hefner make her a highly litigious offer to be a part of the magazine’s issue, which she ultimately declined.

Margot Robbie Turned Down An Offer From Hugh Hefner!

Margot Robbie in The Wolf of Wall Street
Margot Robbie in The Wolf of Wall Street

Being relatively new and inexperienced in the industry at the time of shooting The Wolf Of Wall Street, Margot Robbie of course knew that she would have to go shoot some scenes in nothing but her birthday suit, which she performed in with perfection. Keeping in mind that it was the first time that she would do something so daring in front of the camera, it was impressive how natural and refined her actions were during the entire shooting process.


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Of course, watching her natural talents and her unearthly good looks in the film, the Late. Hugh Hefner, the creator and former owner of Playboy Magazine, was so interested in her being the model for an issue of the magazine that he personally approached Robbie with a handsome amount to be the next big model for the popular men’s magazine. But as it turns out, she had already made up her mind about having nothing to do with the publication whatsoever.

Even if she had starred alongside the legendary Leonardo DiCaprio in the film, it was a movie that she didn’t think was appropriate for her family to watch. The Birds Of Prey star reveals that she doesn’t regret going all bare in the film because she was portraying a character that had her beauty as her weapon and nothing more. She also said she didn’t take the offer from Hugh Hefner because she thought it was an untasteful endeavor. She said:


“I think nudity for the sake of nudity is shameful, If they’ve put it in just so that a girl gets her top off, then that’s disgusting. And you can always tell.”

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What’s Next For Margot Robbie?

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Margot Robbie as Barbie

As many of the fans might already know, Robbie has been killing it when it comes to playing Harley Quinn in the DCU, with her character appearing 3 times in the franchise already, so we can be assured that we still have a lot to look forward to from her. Apart from the DCU, she’s all set to make her appearance as Barbie in the upcoming film Barbie alongside Ryan Gosling as Ken, which is going to be yet another interesting movie for Robbie to diversify.

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Barbie, in cinemas on 21st July 2023

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