Will Smith may be a love lobster for Jada Pinkett Smith in real life. But his on-screen chemistry is incomparable with the talented actress Margot Robbie. The duo may have seemed like an unimaginable couple at first, but their reel-life compatibility is unavoidable. While the I Am Legend actor is already an established A-list actor with a career spanning three decades, Margot is relatively new in the industry, with Wolf of Wall Street (2013) being her breakthrough role.
The 32-year-old Australian went so well with the 53-year-old that there were rumors about the two doing “the tango” behind the scenes. Rumors aside, the two were known to be good friends. In fact, the Robbie and Smith clicked some hilariously cozy photos at a photo booth after hours, while shooting for a film, and it created a buzz. Perhaps we will never know the real story behind what happened, but we can at least witness their magic together through their films.
Every movie with Will Smith and Margot Robbie as leads
Margot and Smith are enough reasons to watch every one of their movies. The duo has made two movies so far, both full of action and thrill.
Director: Glenn Ficarra, John Requa
Screenplay: Glenn Ficarra, John Requa
Cast: Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Adrian Martinez, Rodrigo Santoro, etc.
The movie’s plot follows a career con artist Nicky Spurgeon and his partner in crime Jess Barrett. He initially takes him under his wing, but their relationship soon ends. Years later, the femme fatale enters his life again to ruin his plans. The storyline will have you rooting for these two devilishly good characters. The film received mixed reviews but made a profit at the box office. They had a budget of more than $50 million but made $158 million at the box office.
Suicide Squad (2016)
Director: David Ayer
Screenplay: David Ayer
Cast: Will Smith, Jared Leto, Margot Robbie, Viola Davis
The movie shows DC villain group Suicide Squad as heroes. The plot revolves around the Suicide Squad teaming up with a secret Government agency led by Amanda Waller who recruits members Harley Quinn, The Joker, and Deadshot in exchange for reduced sentences.
The mission is to execute a dangerous black ops mission and save the world from a dangerous threat. Although David Ayer, who also directed Bright for Netflix, was criticized for his work. the actors received wide appreciation for their performances. The budget for the movie was $175 million, and it made a box office profit of $746 million, becoming the tenth highest-grossing film of 2016.
Margot will next be seen in the upcoming comedy film Barbie, while Will Smith has Emancipation in the queue. Would you like to see the two work together again? Let us know in the comments.