The film is in the early stages of development.
She has been nominated this year for two BAFTAs and an Oscar.
Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie, the film had long been tipped as one of the highlights of this year’s cinema showcase on the French Riviera
LOS ANGELES: Australian actress Margot Robbie is to play Barbie in the first live-action feature movie about the iconic and controversial doll, who has enjoyed multiple careers in her 60-year lifetime. Toymaker Mattel and movie studio Warner Bros on Tuesday announced they were partnering to make the film, which will star the Oscar-nominated actress. Robbie, 28, will also co-produce the film, the companies said in a statement No plot, title or release date was announced for the film, which comes 60 years after the…
LOS ANGELES, UNITED STATES: Defying critics as well as competition from two new releases, the DC Comics-inspired "Suicide Squad" topped the US box office for a second weekend, industry tracker Exhibitor Relations said Monday.