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Thursday, 07 July 2016 18:03

Margot Robbie's Vanity Fair Profile Was Pretty Skeevy

Written by Jason Sheppard


Australian actress Margot Robbie is riding high this summer as she stars in two huge potential blockbusters - Tarzan and Suicide Squad. Margot seems to appeal to many types of audience members - comic book fanboys, critics, women and as you are about to read - pervy journalists writing for that magazine you find in dermatologist's waiting rooms all over the country.


Vanity Fair is facing major backlash after publishing a profile of Margot Robbie in its August issue. The piece, which includes a little too much fawning over the actress’ looks, has drawn criticism for being “creepy” and “sexist.”  The story, written by Rich Cohen, focuses heavily on Robbie’s appearance instead of her talent. As some readers have pointed out, it often sounds like the journalist is drooling over the Wolf of Wall Street actress. “She is 26 and beautiful, not in that otherworldly, catwalk way but in a minor knock-around key, a blue mood, a slow dance. She is blonde but dark at the roots. She is tall but only with the help of certain shoes,” the profile reads. The Vanity Fair writer even makes assumptions about how Robbie acts in the bedroom. “She can be sexy and composed even while naked but only in character,” he writes. After a discussion about how awkward it is to film sex scenes, it seems as if Cohen even admits to thinking some not-so-professional thoughts about the Legend of Tarzan star. “We sat for a moment in silence. She was thinking of something; I was thinking of something else,” he writes.


Gross! Why is Rich Cohen writing for Vanity Fair? He sounds like he'd be better suited writing for Hustler. And If all that isn't skeevy enough, just look at some of the names plastered across Margot's cover - Bil Cosby, Trump and the NRA. What? No O.J.? I understand he's quite popular these days as well. What are you doing, Vanity Fair? What's planned for your next issue? A profile of Chloe Grace Moretz written by Josh Duggar? Probably. Then keep a look out for the holiday edition where Fox News CEO Roger Ailes writes a report on proper workplace etiquette during your office's Xmas party. I can't wait to read that one.

Image Courtesy Patrick Demarchelier for Vanity Fair

Published in Celebrity Gossip Tagged under Margot Robbie Vanity Fair

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