Margot Robbie looks chic in a pale yellow suit at a photocall for new movie Babylon in London


Margot Robbie looks chic in a pale yellow suit as she joins director Damien Chazelle at a photocall for their new movie Babylon in London

Margot Robbie looked gorgeous as she joined director Damien Chazelle at a photo call for their new movie Babylon at Burlington Arcade in London on Monday. 

The actress, 32, donned a chic pale yellow suit for the event and posed up a storm ahead of special screening at Cineworld Leicester Square.

Margot, who plays Nellie LaRoy in the period movie, paired her oversized blazer with cropped trousers and layered the look over a simple white vest. 

Sensational: Margot Robbie, 32, looked gorgeous as she joined director Damien Chazelle, 37 at a screening of their new movie Babylon in London on Monday

Sensational: Margot Robbie, 32, looked gorgeous as she joined director Damien Chazelle, 37 at a screening of their new movie Babylon in London on Monday

The statuesque stunner added extra height to her frame with a pair of stylish brown snakeskin platforms. 

The Wold of Wall street actress accentuated her features with a radiant make-up palette and let her blonde tresses cascade to her shoulders.

Meanwhile Damien, 37, looked smart in a grey cardigan which he teamed with plaid trousers and wore over a crisp white shirt. 

Sensational: The actress donned a chic pale yellow suit for the event and posed up a storm on the red carpet at Cineworld Leicester Square

Sensational: The actress donned a chic pale yellow suit for the event and posed up a storm on the red carpet at Cineworld Leicester Square

Stylish: Margot, who plays Nellie LaRoy in the period movie, paired her oversized blazer with cropped trousers and layered the look over a simple white vest

Stylish: Margot, who plays Nellie LaRoy in the period movie, paired her oversized blazer with cropped trousers and layered the look over a simple white vest

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The stars’ new film Babylon is set at the height of the Roaring Twenties, as Hollywood begins to make the transition from silent films to the emerging talkies, which would soon become dominant.

Although more specific plot details are few and far between, Brad and Margot appear to be playing industry stars who get wrapped up in the cocaine-fueled debauchery of the movie business.

The film is set to blend fictional characters with real-life figures. 

Blonde beauty: The Wold of Wall street actress accentuated her features with a radiant make-up palette and let her blonde tresses cascade to her shoulders

Blonde beauty: The Wold of Wall street actress accentuated her features with a radiant make-up palette and let her blonde tresses cascade to her shoulders

Smarty pants: Meanwhile Damien, 37, looked smart in a grey cardigan which he teamed with plaid trousers and wore over a crisp white shirt

Smarty pants: Meanwhile Damien, 37, looked smart in a grey cardigan which he teamed with plaid trousers and wore over a crisp white shirt

Costumes: The display also included a number of Margot's costumes from the movie

Costumes: The display also included a number of Margot’s costumes from the movie 

Drama: The stars’ new film Babylon is set at the height of the Roaring Twenties, as Hollywood begins to make the transition from silent films to the emerging talkies, which would soon become dominant

The film also stars Diego Calva in a leading role with Pitt and Robbie, along with Jovan Adepo, Jean Smart, Tobey Maguire, his longtime friend Lukas Haas, Olivia Wilde, Max Minghella and Eric Roberts, among many more.

Official reviews haven’t yet dropped, but social media reactions to the three-hour epic were decidedly polarized, with some viewers applauding the frontline actors, while others criticized the film as a mess.

It is written and directed by Damien Chazelle, who previously helmed the music drama Whiplash, the Oscar-winning musical La La Land and the acclaimed box office flop First Man, which starred Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong. 

Babylon will be released in cinemas December 23. 

Big screen: Babylon will be released in cinemas December 23

Big screen: Babylon will be released in cinemas December 23

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