Margot Robbie almost didn’t get the part of Elizabeth I because of the nude scenes in The Wolf of Wall Street, said the director of Mary Queen of Scots

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Australian actress Margot Robbie was a perfect fit for the role of Elizabeth I in Mary Queen of Scots, but she was not an obvious choice.

The Wolf of Wall Street’s nude scenes nearly cost Margot Robbie the role of Elizabeth I

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When Margot first auditioned for the role of Elizabeth in The Wolf of Wall Street, some of the crew reportedly had doubts about her abilities because of her nude scenes.

Josie made the following statement at last week’s Power of Film conference: ‘In their heads she was probably lodged more as a sex symbol figure than she was as Elizabeth I. But I made the argument for it.’

It’s possible that Margot didn’t make Queen Bess into a pin-up… however, she was nominated for a Bafta.

It has been announced that Johnny Depp will direct a biopic about the life of painter Amedeo Modigliani.

Nonetheless, the actor’s work has the potential to eclipse that of the renowned Italian.

Paintings of Bob Marley and Heath Ledger by Depp have sold for £4.5 million in a week at the Castle Fine Art gallery in Mayfair.

Put away your crystals; there’s a new health fad that has the support of A-listers.

The 45-year-old actor is putting money into Kurk, which markets the anti-inflammatory spice curcumin.

Tinie Tempah, a 34-year-old rapper and investor, and Tom Hardy, a star of the BBC series Peaky Blinders who is also a martial arts enthusiast, have worked together before on philanthropic endeavors.

Kurk, a company that offers natural remedies for inflammation, has raised 80% of its initial £350,000 goal.

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