Margot Robbie and Michael B. Jordan Are Each Other’s Movie Crushes

We already know that Margot Robbie and Michael B. Jordan are both magnetic movie stars, not to mention magnetic movie villains (as Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad and Erik Killmonger in Black Panther, respectively). But, as we learn in this joint interview, they also share some truly embarrassing moments in their past as well, like Jordan’s first email address, or Robbie’s first red carpet fashion debacle. Plus, they both have an embarrassing cinematic crush: each other.

Released on 1/3/2019

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Starring: Margot Robbie and Michael B. Jordan

Transcript

00:00
We have a little box.
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Yeah, Cube, Cubebot.
00:03
I've been studying all week for this.
00:05
This is gonna be a blast if I can't do it.
00:08
Alright.
00:09
[Interviewer] What's the first album you ever bought?
00:11
First album I've, awe man, that's a good one.
00:14
Usher's My Way.
00:15
It wasn't an album.
00:16
It was a single.
00:17
I don't know the first time I bought a full album.
00:19
I think the first album I bought was AFI, Songs of Sorrow.
00:25
I was in a bit of a heavy metal phase.
00:27
So are you heavy metal?
00:28
Are you still in that phase or did you past that?
00:29
Occasionally.
00:30
Occasionally? Occasionally.
00:31
Okay, you have your moments?
00:32
I have my moments.
00:33
Okay.
00:33
[Interviewer] Do you play air guitar?
00:34
Air guitar?
00:35
All day. [scoffs]
00:36
I can air guitar.
00:37
That's about the extent of my musical prowess, really.
00:41
What, what your guy?
00:42
Yeah see, your guys got a face I think.
00:44
I think my thighs are--
00:45
Look how long his arm is.
00:46
I know.
00:46
My thighs are touching. [giggling]
00:48
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
00:49
That gap.
00:50
The box said it was for three year olds and up, so.
00:51
Yes we feel very accomplished doing him.
00:53
Yeah.
00:54
Alright, I'm done with him.
00:55
We're done right?
01:01
[Interviewer] What was the very first thing
01:02
you auditioned for ?
01:04
First thing I auditioned for.
01:05
I'm trying to think.
01:06
The Sopranos and I played a bully in his childhood
01:10
that bullied him on the boardwalk on his way home one day.
01:13
Yeah, I was Bully Number Two I think.
01:15
Was it a speaking role?
01:16
Nah, nah it was, but we were just yelling shit at 'em.
01:19
It was just like, what are you doing walking
01:22
on our boardwalk or something.
01:24
I don't know.
01:25
I was improving actually.
01:25
I was living in the moment.
01:26
So I don't really remember.
01:27
Ha, ha, so present.
01:28
That I know can't remember.
01:29
Locked into Bully Number Two that I can't remember.
01:32
That mindset.
01:33
Yeah, God.
01:34
It stayed with you didn't it?
01:34
It did.
01:35
I could tell.
01:36
That audition for bully number two made waves
01:37
in the industry.
01:38
But what?
01:39
The wire was just like, get this--
01:40
They were just calling me up--
01:42
Get him on the phone. Hey, we need this kid.
01:43
Yes, where's Wallace is something I often hear.
01:46
[giggling]
01:46
That's funny.
01:47
I'm like, did I grow out, grew up, a little bit,
01:48
do I look a little different?
01:50
But no. That's so funny.
01:51
[Interviewer] Michael, what was your first email address?
01:53
[laughing] I can't wait to hear this?
01:56
[laughing] I was at AOL too.
01:58
Mine's really embarrassing too, so do it.
02:01
It was bilnem.
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B-I-L-N-E-M, and it was like basketball is life
02:05
nothing else matters.
02:06
That's what it was.
02:07
At AOL.com
02:08
[laughing] Really?
02:09
That, that I got that kind of laugh back then.
02:11
That, you sure, right.
02:11
Yeah that was it.
02:13
It could be more embarrassing.
02:14
That's actually kind of cool.
02:14
Yeah, basketball was like,
02:15
that was it for me.
02:17
That was life.
02:18
I was going to the NBA.
02:18
Nothing else mattered.
02:19
You still have it right?
02:20
No, no, no, no, go it's gone.
02:21
It's gone.
02:22
Mine was also kind of sport related.
02:24
It was, [giggling] it's so embarrassing,
02:26
sweetsurfer02@hotmail.com
02:28
Sweetsurfer02@hotmail, okay.
02:30
[laughing]
02:31
You were a hotmail account person, okay.
02:33
In Australia, that was, that was--
02:34
That was it?
02:34
Yeah, that was it.
02:35
O-2, yeah, sweetsurfer was taken.
02:37
I had to add the numbers.
02:38
[Interviewer] Do you have Air Jordan'?
02:39
Are you talking to me?
02:41
Oh I have like, all of 'em.
02:43
It's pretty embarrassing how many sneakers,
02:46
specifically Jordan's I have.
02:48
What about you?
02:49
Are you a sneaker or like heels, what's your,
02:50
the shoe of choice?
02:51
No, I'm not really a heels.
02:53
I don't even really like wearing shoes
02:56
that much to be honest.
02:57
Like on the Gold Coast in Australia, you don't really
03:00
need to wear shoes.
03:02
Maybe if you're going to a restaurant, but yeah.
03:03
I don't have a pair of Jordan's though.
03:06
I don't have a huge sneaker collection.
03:08
I'll just borrow yours if I need some.
03:09
Fair enough.
03:10
What size you got?
03:11
I'm a, actually pretty big feet for a girl to be honest.
03:13
Pretty big feet.
03:13
Not like it was always big. It was a shoe, no, no, no.
03:15
These are ridiculous.
03:16
My first big red carpet outfit was quite a choice,
03:20
I'd say.
03:21
But I was 18, doing my first carpet.
03:24
The Australian equivalent of the Emmy's
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is called the Logies.
03:28
And I was working on a TV show and got nominated
03:31
for a Logie, and it was my big moment on the red carpet.
03:35
I thought it was honestly the hot, like the biggest
03:37
thing that would ever happen to me is going to the Logies.
03:40
And so I went out all with a dress.
03:43
And it was very short in the front,
03:44
long at the back, lots of layers, bright colors,
03:48
shiny fabric.
03:49
What kind of colors are we talking about?
03:50
Like the brightest orange color you can think of,
03:54
in dispersed with the black shiny fabric as well.
03:57
So it's like orange, black, orange, black,
03:58
big bow at the back, like stripper looking hair.
04:02
[giggling]
04:03
I was obviously very tan at the stage 'cause I was still
04:05
living in Australia.
04:06
It's a look.
04:07
It's a look. It's a look.
04:08
[laughing] It's a look.
04:09
But you know what?
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I don't regret it.
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'Cause every time someone's like ooh,
04:12
bet you wish you could take that one back.
04:13
I was like, no, I was 18.
04:15
I was having fun. You're living life.
04:16
Like I can dress boring for the rest of my life
04:19
and I went for it, whatever, yeah.
04:21
[Interviewer] Okay, Michael, where was your first kiss?
04:23
Really never.
04:24
I remember the girl, it was funny.
04:26
First name and last name.
04:27
I was in,
04:30
in school.
04:31
And it was in between, 'cause the lunch room
04:33
were downstairs, so like, in the basement,
04:36
was where they had the lunchrooms and stuff like that so.
04:39
In between one of the stairwells, going downstairs,
04:42
it was like right in that little like landing area,
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so it was like little, little blind spot or whatever.
04:47
And she was on her way to lunch.
04:48
I was on my way to my class, and she actually kissed me.
04:52
She made the move. She was a little aggressive.
04:53
She did.
04:54
Cool.
04:55
I didn't fight it.
04:56
Were you walking a little taller afterwards?
04:57
Oh, for sure.
04:58
I think I'm a tie, you know what I'm saying,
04:59
posture sitting up.
05:01
I just remember getting butterflies for sure.
05:03
Awe, that's really sweet.
05:05
Yeah.
05:06
[Interviewer] Are you a good cook?
05:06
I'm a great cook.
05:07
Anybody that really knows me knows I cook well.
05:10
My parents had a home catering business growing up,
05:12
so since I was old enough to be in the kitchen,
05:14
I was cheffing it up.
05:16
I one of those people that can see anything done once
05:18
or twice and I could do it again.
05:20
So is that a secret skill? That's a skill.
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I'll take it, I'll take that one.
05:22
[Interviewer] That's a skill, there you go.
05:23
I can see it one thousand times and I will light
05:25
it on fire in the kitchen, honestly.
05:26
No, no cooking.
05:28
Everything ignites around me in the kitchen.
05:30
[laughing]
05:31
I'm not kidding.
05:32
Things that shouldn't light on fire.
05:33
Like last Christmas, I lit the Christmas ham on fire.
05:36
Ham is not flammable.
05:37
Ham is not flammable. How is the ham on fire?
05:39
Actually, I've lit two Christmas hams on fire.
05:42
[laughing]
05:43
Last Thanksgiving, I lit the yams on fire.
05:45
Okay.
05:46
Yeah but to be fair, marshmallows are really flammable.
05:48
That's okay, that's okay.
05:49
If it was just yams, then we would have a problem.
05:51
But marshmallows are okay.
05:52
I almost burnt my house down trying to make someone
05:54
from work a birthday cake once.
05:56
But the efforts there.
05:57
I brought in the charcoal cake, was used to be a cake,
06:01
but it was like concrete.
06:02
I did bring it in and put a post it not on top and
06:04
said, it's the thought that counts, happy birthday.
06:06
[laughing]
06:07
That's special.
06:08
I would have rather that than actually a cake I can eat.
06:10
[Interviewer] Who is your cinematic crush?
06:12
I was gonna say Margot.
06:14
I was gonna, this is, I mean, this is awkward 'cause he's
06:17
sitting right here, but Michael Jordan.
06:17
Yeah it's kind of weird like,
06:19
Miss Robbie here. It's Michael.
06:21
It's Michael.
06:21
[laughing]
06:24
[Interviewer] Let's see the robots.
06:25
Oh, robots.
06:26
[Margot] Oh mine died.
06:27
Nah he's back.
06:27
He's good.
06:28
Wanna blast 'em?
06:29
Look, little fist bump.
06:30
[swishing]
06:31
Good to go.
06:32
There it goes.
06:33
Thank you.
06:34
[Interviewer] To pick up all of it, you,
06:36
sound so ball doing that.
06:37
It's okay, no, no, no--
06:38
No go on, say it Lynn. Go on.
06:39
Yeah, you're pretty immature, just like us.
06:41
[laughing] Come on.
06:42
This is really cute.
06:43
I like this.
06:44
[Interviewer] Okay, and now open the little paper.
06:46
It's really sweet.
06:47
Main thing is, not to hurry, nothing good gets away.
06:51
Ugh, I should really take that into account.
06:54
I'm always doing a million things at once.
06:55
Yeah, My publisher is probably not gonna like this one.
06:59
Call in sick tomorrow and do something you've
07:00
been wanting to do.
07:02
[laughing]
07:04
Thank you for that.
07:06
I'm gonna hold on to this one and really apply
07:08
it to my life.
07:09
[Interviewer] Thank you so much for coming.
07:11
[laughing and clapping]