Margot Robbie has said that she didn’t know what “sexual harassment” meant until after she signed the contract for the movie Bombshell.
According to a report by Variety, the actress who plays Barbie opened up about how little she knew about the topic before she was cast in the film starring Charlize Theron and how upfront she was about it.
She stated, “I realized that, as a person with an established position in the field who is financially set up and self-sufficient, I didn’t know the definition of sexual harassment, and that’s shocking.” “I realized that I didn’t know the meaning of sexual harassment, and that’s shocking.”
The actor went on to say that the fact that she knew so little about it “horrified” her and that the movie opened her eyes to the fact that inappropriate behavior in social contexts “flourishes in the gray area.”
Margot Robbie continued by saying that people like Roger Ailes and Harvey Weinstein take advantage of the neighborhood. “It’s not as simple as black and white,” I said.
The movie, which was directed by Jay Roach and tells their story, is about the lives of the three women who brought Roger Ailes’ sexual misconduct to light.