Margot Robbie was so keen to kiss Brad Pitt that she slipped a scene into the script
Margot Robbie and Brad Pitt make out in Hollywood movie Babylon. The scene has already been the subject of much discussion – although it really shouldn’t have existed at all. Robbie had improvised the scene, as she now reveals.
Actress Margot Robbie saw the opportunity and jumped at it. When filming “Babylonshe grabbed fellow Brad Pitt and kissed him, even though it wasn’t originally in the script. “It wasn’t in the script,” she admitted to E! News. Kissing Brad Pitt? I’ll just do it.”
robbie plays the aspiring young actress Nelly in “Babylon”. Veteran actor Jack, played by Brad Pitt, and Manny (Diego Calva), also a newcomer, are tasked with helping her rise to the top and guide her to stardom in Hollywood’s golden era, the 1920s. The perfect initial scenario for Robbie to make out with Pitt. So she said that she practically persuaded director Damien Chazelle, who also made La La Land, to add a kissing scene afterwards. She went to Chazelle and told him it would make sense if Nelly kissed Jack.
“You just want to kiss Brad Pitt”
But the director smelled the roast immediately. “Damien was like, ‘Well, she could — wait, wait. You just want to Brad Pitt kiss,” said Robbie. She then openly admitted it and jokingly replied: “Oh, sue me.” But Chazelle was still persuaded and repeated the scene with the kiss as an extra. Robbie improvised. The kiss she described in the interview as “just great”.
In fact, co-star Pitt isn’t the only one who has enjoyed snogging with Margot Robbie. In the interview, she also revealed that she had kissed a colleague. “I also have Katherine [Waterston] kissed,” she said. However, she did not know if this kiss was recorded.
The Hollywood strip “Babylon – Rush of Ecstasy” is already eagerly awaited by cinema fans. This is partly due to the star line-up. In addition to Margot Robbie and Brad Pitt, it will also star like Toby Maguire and Olivia Wilde. In Germany, the film is scheduled to hit the cinemas on January 19th.