Margot Robbie admits she has never watched 'Star Wars' on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live': 'People get really angry and it's funny'
She also revealed that her husband Tom Ackerley is also a huge fan of the 'Star Wars' franchise, but even that hasn't convinced her to watch any of the films
Tonight's episode of 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' was graced by 'Bombshell' actress Margot Robbie.
In a tete-a-tete with the host, the actress spoke about her latest release, her experience working with actors Nicole Kidman and Charlize Theron. However, what served as a cherry on the cake was her comment about 'Star Wars'.
When Kimmel asked Robbie if she is a fan of 'Star Wars', the actress couldn't help but laugh when she said, "I have never seen 'Star Wars'."
The audience and the host reacted alike to her comment, who were both rather surprised to learn that a renowned actress like her hasn't watched one of the most iconic movies of all time.
However, the actress isn’t new to this sort of reaction. "People get really angry and it's funny," she quipped. She further revealed that her husband Tom Ackerley is also a huge fan of the 'Star Wars' franchise, but even that hasn't convinced her to watch any of the films.
When Kimmel asked her if she is at least aware of who Darth Vader is, the actress replied with a loud "yes!", explaining how that is the only character she knows from the space-opera media franchise.
In the earlier segment of the show, Robbie had yet another interesting story to share. When she was nominated under the category of Best Actress for her role in 'I Tonya', the actress took her mother along to the Oscars.
At a certain point during the ceremony, she realized her mother wasn’t sitting by her side but was instead standing in the front row having a chat with Nicole Kidman.
"I hadn't worked with Nicole yet and I legit hissed at my mother," she said. However, later she learned that it was Kidman who had approached her mother.
Talking about 'Bombshell', Robbie said that working with Charlize Theron and Nicole Kidman was the most "surreal" experience ever.