Margot Robbie shares her struggle with 'imposter syndrome'

Brenda Watkins
January 17, 2020

She was last seen in "Bombshell".

"It's naturally ingrained in people - even in the event you're the one who should be dictating the picks - that they flip to the closest, eldest male throughout the room and direct the question at them".

"When individuals are asking a question and I've the reply, they so readily will flip to my producing companions who're guys and ask them", she added.

In DC Comics, the Birds of prey They are a mostly female superhero team that has included Oracle / Batgirl, Black Canary, Huntress, Catwoman, Hawkgirl, Power Girl, Poison Ivy, Vixen and Katana, who was played by Karen Fukuhara in Suicide Squad.

"I wanted it to be R rated so we didn't feel restricted in the language or the violence, because if it was a PG rating, guys can feel like it's a 'chick flick, '" she explained.

'And they are like, "Actually she is the one with the answer, you should ask her!" It's not like, 'Let's just put her in that because her ass is great, ' which I know we've all experienced. "I think the interesting thing now is that everyone is so conscious of that and they often catch themselves". I think people really want to embrace the idea of equality.

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Margot Robbie has revealed her experiences with sexism, admitting she thinks everyone has it "in their DNA".

She said that she would like to be able to tell her younger self to have less self doubt. The most important thing for me was I had this impostor syndrome.

The Wolf of Wall Street star told Glamour that she would tell her younger self: "you are actually good enough".

The 29-year-old actress said in the January digital issue of Glamour U.K. that she struggled to get a green light for the female-led project.

Birds of Prey is directed by Cathy Yan and co-stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jurnee Smollett-Bell and Rosie Perez.

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