Margot Robbie has never had much of a social media presence, posting to Instagram only sparingly before deactivating her account last year. Imagine the delight of her fans, then, when they managed to track down what they thought was the 31-year-old actor and producer on Letterboxd, a site where users connect about their taste in film and rate and discuss movies. The alleged account of hers did not share information about what Robbie has been broadcasting, which appeared to include MIXTURE, Sweeney ToddY the italian job. It also seemed to reveal more about two of Robbie’s most anticipated (and mysterious) projects, the Greta Gerwig project. Barbie and Damien Chazelle Babylon.
But is Maggie Ackerley really Robbie, who has kept enough privacy for you not to know that she has been married to British filmmaker Thomas Ackerley for eight years? You can’t believe everything you see on the internet, as we all should know by now.
It tracks that she wouldn’t use her real name, and Maggie seems like a logical choice; “They called me Maggie, Margz, Mags, Maggles,” she told the guardian of his childhood nicknames in 2018. And apparently, the only movie that rated (with five stars) was Releasethat Robbie mentioned to him Fashion last year: “I’m really interested in the whole alpha male dynamic, and I’m going to sound like an absolute nutcase right now, but it’s like Release, that herd mentality.” Of course, the fact that Robbie has talked about these things means that it would be easy for a super fan to try to impersonate her.
You’ll have to look at the screenshots being shared on Twitter to find more evidence, because as of Tuesday, the account (which appears to have been created in 2020) no longer exists. And that sure looks fishy; if someone took the time to impersonate Robbie, why would he suddenly stop when he’s just starting to get noticed for doing it? Unfortunately, on Tuesday night, Letterboxd mostly debunked the theory, but not entirely: “Margot Robbie doesn’t officially have a Letterboxd that we know of,” the site aware On twitter.
Maybe Maggie Ackerley is Robbie and maybe Maggie Ackerley isn’t. In any case, your Babylon– Y BarbieThe related listings serve as a good solution to help you until the respective releases of December 25 and July 21, 2023. The first offers an introduction to Clara Bow, the silent film star that Robbie will play opposite Brad Pitt, and the The second is made up of a list that has captured the already high expectation for Will Ferrell’s film, which seems to star everyone in Hollywood. to Issa Rae to Ryan Gosling as Ken, to new heights. (As of now, we pretty much only know the official synopsis: “A doll living in ‘Barbieland’ gets kicked out for not being perfect enough and goes on an adventure in the real world.) puberty blues (1987), about two teenagers trying to fit in with their popular peers. (He happens to be Australian, as is Robbie.) The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, starring Catherine Deneuve and Nino Castelnuovo as two star-crossed lovers, who we assume Barbie and Ken will be too if the former is kicked out of Barbieland. And most exciting of all, there the truman show (1998), which centers on a man played by Jim Carrey who is unknowingly the star of a 24-hour television show about his every move.
The idyllic and at the same time dystopian setting where the truman show has place sure looks like the perfect inspiration for Gerwig’s Barbieland. Robbie may look like the classic Barbie in the photo that recently served as our first look at the film, but it seems almost guaranteed that Gerwig has an unconventional take on the Mattel universe. For now, though, plot details remain a mystery, as does whether or not Maggie Ackerley is really Robbie.