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Margot Robbie Stars in the First Trailer for Noir Thriller ‘Terminal’

Since the moment she stepped on screen in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street, Margot Robbie has steadily catapulted herself into the likes of today’s great, taking complete control of her still very young career and choosing a wide variety of roles that showcase her talented range. We just recently saw the Harley Quinn actress in the multi Oscar-nominated film I, Tonya, which also came with a Best Actress nod. Now, we get our first look at her next project, the nori thriller Terminal.

The film marks the directorial debut for Vaughn Stein, who also served as assistant director for last year’s live-action adaptation of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. Stein is responsible for the script, which tells the story of two assassins (Dexter Fletcher and Max Irons) carrying out a dangerous mission in the dark heart of an anonymous city. Their journey to complete their mission bring them across a vibrant group of characters including a teacher, a janitor, and a curious waitress (Robbie) whose double-life may have her involved in their mission a little closer than anyone suspects.

It’s hard to argue against anything Robbie stars in these days. While she has been in a movie or two that just isn’t all that interesting, her performance is always top notch. Remember her Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad? The trailer gives off the “most out there” yet for the actress, which is why I’m so damn interested to not just see her performance, but the film as well. Also starring Simon Pegg and Mike Myers, Terminal will be released on May 11th.

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