Three years ago, legendary filmmaker Martin Scorcese (Goodfellas, Raging Bull, The Departed, many more) released one of his most masterful movies yet, The Wolf Of Wall Street. It’s an American classic. Great acting, a great script, and tons of despicable behavior. It earned multiple Oscar nominations (Best Picture, Leonardo DiCaprio for Best Actor, Jonah Hill for Best Supporting Actor), but it didn’t win any because the world is a cruel and disgusting place.
Now, first and foremost, if you haven’t seen this fucking movie, go watch it now. I’m not joking. Now. Put down your phone or computer, and go watch it. I’ll wait. Seriously. Fucking do it, Chaz.
Ok, you back? Awesome movie, right? The humor, the booze, the drugs, the gratuitous amount of tits? You’re welcome. While this movie isn’t directly about fraternities, it definitely carries the fraternity spirit.
Anyways, the movie made Margot Robbie famous. And, objectively and strictly scientifically speaking, Margot Robbie also is the most attractive person on Earth. Conspiracy theorists believe that she was made in a lab by scientists trying to create the hottest person in the world. Either that, or God took Adderall the night he made her and stayed up all night making sure he didn’t make any mistakes. Good job, God. You outdid yourself.
Along with being hot, Robbie’s also a phenomenal actress. She’s recently been in Focus with Will Smith, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot with Tina Fey, and a crappy brand new Tarzan movie that you probably didn’t even know existed until I just mentioned it. She’s also playing Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad next month.
Recently, she was profiled in Vanity Fair. Now if you’ve seen The Wolf Of Wall Street, you know the movie is filled with sex scenes. Basically, if there was a porn parody of The Wolf of Wall Street, it would still have less sex scenes than The Wolf Of Wall Street. In the Vanity Fair interview, she opened up about how painfully awkward those were to film. Apparently, having fake sex in front of “tons of people” is insanely uncomfortable.
From Vanity Fair:
“Actually, I hadn’t done a proper sex scene before, I’d done scenes where it’s leading into sex or sex has just finished, but I hadn’t done a start-to-finish sex scene like I did in Wolf. That was my first. “There isn’t an option,” Robbie said. “It’s just like, This is what you need to do—get on with it. The sooner you do it, the sooner you can stop doing it. It’s so awkward.”
I guess it’s not shocking. As a matter of fact, it’d be shocking if she said shooting the sex scenes WEREN’T awkward. As for Leo, he’s an American hero. One of the greatest actors of our generation, he finally got his long overdue Oscar for The Revenant recently, and we still mourn his death in Titanic. May he rest in peace, that beautiful son of a bitch. And even though those sex scenes were probably equally awkward AF for Leo, at least Mr. DiCaprio got to have fake sex with Margot Robbie. Because fake sex with Margot Robbie is still better than real sex with any woman on Earth.
And to any aspiring actors out there, remember that if you ever “make it” (don’t worry, though, you won’t), you may have to get naked in front of a full camera crew and fake moan on top of somebody. Do you really want that? You want the catering crew and the boom mic guy to see your tiny little 4 inch dick? Probably even 2 inches since it’ll be cold on set? Be careful what you wish for, fellas.
The recent Vanity Fair article about her was heavily criticized on Twitter for focusing too much on her looks. I would comment on that, but unfortunately I’d be a hypocrite ‘cause I just did the same damn thing.
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[via Vanity Fair]
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