Margot Robbie has been crowned cover girl for Vogue Australia‘s March 2015 issue, where we find out she wants her Focus co-star Will Smith to become president and her concerns about peaking too early in showbiz.
The 24-year-old Australian actress rose to international stardom alongside renowned modeliser and all-round groundbreaking actor Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street in 2013, and is worried that her quick shift from Neighbours girl to major blockbuster has left little room to excel further.
She told Vogue Australia (via News.com.au), “Wolf was so insane and doing it was such a crazy, amazing experience.” She added, “But once I’d done it, or while I was doing it even, I didn’t see how I could possibly move things forward from that because that was just so incredible.”
Even so, the blonde bombshell has managed to hold her own right into her next big role, starring alongside the legendary Will Smith in upcoming film Focus. During her time getting to know the The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, she developed quite the affinity with him.
“Will is the loveliest person,” she gushed. “I’d heard he was the nicest guy ever, so funny, so professional, and I thought: ‘He can’t be that great’, and then I got on set with him and I was like: ‘You are that great, I want you to be president of the world because you are amazing!’”
We don’t think president of the world is a thing, Margot, but, if it was, Will would probably be right up there as a top contender.
To read the full interview, Vogue Australia is available from February 16.