Margot Robbie Courted by Hugh Hefner to Appear in Playboy

The blond is Hefner's next target for a magazine cover

By Dragos Rusu on January 23rd, 2014 15:32 GMT

Playboy is a magazine that prides itself in promoting the hottest stars of the moment and for that reason it's no wonder Hugh has his eyes firmly set on Margot Robbie.

The blond actress took Hollywood (and the rest of the world) by storm when she appeared alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in the Oscar-nominated film “The Wolf of Wall Street” and gave a very good performance.

Now, after seeing the revealing scenes in which Margot appears wearing just provocative lingerie, Hefner thinks she's got what it takes to become a Playboy Playmate. When asked by the press if he's considering her for a cover, Hef replied, “She should be in Playboy! Send her a message! We're ready for her. She would be great!”

But Hugh is not only a fan of her looks. He credits Margot with doing a very good job on the film, which is more reason to invite her over to the Playboy Mansion for a private interview.

Meanwhile, Margot has been talking to the press about some of the hotter scenes in the film and revealed that while they looked good on film, they weren't so fun to shoot in real life.

For example, the scene in which she and Leonardo are getting intimate on a ton of cash was particularly grueling for her as she ended up with a dozen paper cuts on her back. She also said that making out with DiCaprio wasn't all it was cracked up to be.

It took them several takes to get it right, and, by the end, she was all sweaty and tired. This came as a displeasing surprise to her friends who wanted to know how good a kisser Leonardo was in real life.

“The Wolf of Wall Street” has already made a great run in theaters, has cleaned up several award shows and now it's looking forward to the Oscars, where it received several nominations.
Hugh Hefner wants Margot Robbie on the cover of Playboy
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