Margot Robbie Deletes Secret Social Media Account After Being Discovered By Fans?

By Douglas Helm | 1 month ago

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Celebs have social media accounts too, but sometimes fans have to ruin things for everyone. Case in point: apparently Margot Robbie had a Letterboxd account but she felt like she had to delete it after it was discovered. Then again, maybe it isn’t her account? Here’s what we’ve learned so far.

If you’re not familiar with Letterboxd, it’s essentially a social media platform for movie lovers. On the platform, you can rate movies, make lists of your favorites, write reviews, and more general movie stuff. It definitely wouldn’t be that far-fetched for an actor like Margot Robbie to have an account. If this is indeed Robbie’s account, some eagle-eyed fans have noticed some lists she made for her upcoming roles. Check out this Tweet below that Robbie may have put together for the upcoming Barbie movie:

This kind of list might be the reason Margot Robbie had to get rid of her account. With movie inspiration lists, there’s the potential for plot spoilers. After all, why would you need to watch The Truman Show for inspiration for the Barbie movie? The classic Jim Carrey movie depicts a man who doesn’t know he’s being filmed in a fake town for a reality show. Maybe it has something to do with Barbie not knowing that she’s a toy? Either way, if this list is actually on Robbie’s to-watch list, it means speculation can run wild about the upcoming movie.

Then again, Letterboxd posted on Twitter to say that Robbie doesn’t have an account, so maybe this is just one of those times the Internet is wrong. Check out the Tweet from Letterboxd below:

Barbie is definitely one of the most interesting projects on Margot Robbie’s plate. The film doesn’t have any plot details released, but we do have a picture of Robbie in Barbie’s famous pink convertible. The movie has a lot of big names behind it, with Greta Gerwig directing and co-writing the script with Noah Baumbach. Robbie will obviously be playing Barbie, and Ryan Gosling is on board to play Ken. The cast is also stacked with a great supporting cast including Will Ferrell, America Ferrera, Michael Cera, Simu Liu, Ncuti Gatwa, Emma Mackey, Kate McKinnon, and more.

There’s also a Tweet that supposedly has Margot Robbie’s inspiration for her upcoming film Babylon, the latest from director Damien Chazelle. This film is also shrouded in mystery, so any hints are welcome. It’s rumored to be a Hollywood period piece and the cast is just as stacked as the Barbie movie. In addition to Robbie, the movie is starring Olivia Wilde, Brad Pitt, Tobey Maguire, Samara Weaving, Jean Smart, Eric Roberts, and many more.

While it is unfortunate that Margot Robbie had to take down her Letterboxd account, it is pretty cool to see the inspiration she’s taking for her upcoming movies. Especially since we don’t know a lot about them. Fortunately, we’ll get a least one Margot Robbie film by the end of the year with the David O. Russell directed Amsterdam, which you’ll be able to check out on November 4.