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Saturday 20 December 2014

Robbie acted with film's nicest men

Margot Robbie says Leonardo DiCaprio and Will Smith are two of the nicest people in Hollywood
Margot Robbie says Leonardo DiCaprio and Will Smith are two of the nicest people in Hollywood

Margot Robbie has said that she has been lucky to star alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Will Smith, because they are known as two of the nicest people in Hollywood.

The former Neighbours actress appears as Leonardo's on-screen wife in The Wolf Of Wall Street and stars in the upcoming Focus with Will, but said working with the two icons wasn't as daunting as she had thought.

She revealed: "Will and Leo are known in the industry as being, well, two of the biggest, but two of the nicest guys ever, despite their humongous profiles, and both managed to exceed my expectations."

On working with Leonardo, she added: "Leo's very committed. I could go in any direction and he'd be right there. It pushed me to take more risks, because he was."

Margot said her friends had been just as impressed with the Hollywood A-lister: "My friends and family who got to meet him all walked away amazed by how incredibly normal he is."

:: The Wolf Of Wall Street is in cinemas now.

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