Will Smith Margot Robbie Movies List

Will Smith is an American actor, producer, and rapper while Margot Robbie is an Australian actress. The both have done various movies together. Both are many talented artists which lead a number of their fan following. Margot likes to spend more time on her grandparent’s farm house while Smith used to spend time in Rapping because he is a rapper as well. Watch them on Moviesportal movie.


Focus 2015
Directors: Glenn Ficarra, John Requa
Box office: 159.1 million USD
Music composed by: Nick Urata
Production companies: RatPac-Dune Entertainment, Overbrook Entertainment, Zaftig Films

Nicky (Smith) and Jess (Margot) have deeply into an intimate relation. Nicky has been giving her the tricks about trading which leads both come closer to each other. When Jess gets uncomfortably closer, Nicky ends up the relationship. Then, Buenos Aires is where Nicky reunites with Jess, who’s now enjoying a life of wealth and comfort as Garriga’s girlfriend. But while Jess insists she’s left her life of crime behind, nothing in “Focus” is ever that easy.

A silky high-end caper about a pair of good-looking con artists, Focus is a movie blessedly free of self-importance.
In an interview on the promotion of movie Focus they said:
“It was awful. It’s a tough job, but at the end of the day, someone’s got to do it. No. It was great. Will made it very, very easy.” Robbie

“It was very different with Focus. I’m so glad that I didn’t know these things then. I’m really glad that I didn’t know some of these things when I was young. I think my general disposition on life is finding what’s funny about it. When something happens, the first thing in my mind is, “What’s funny about it?” It’s a little bit different when you can have the powers of manipulation.” Smith



Suicide Squad 2016
Director: David Ayer
Box office: 745.6 million USD
Budget: 175 million USD
Production companies: DC Entertainment Inc, RatPac-Dune Entertainment, Atlas Entertainment

To save the world from the apocalypse, U.S. intelligence officer forms a team of dangerous supervillains. They would work on a secret mission and must learn to work together.
Robbie and Smith get a few opportunities to banter with each other and show the chemistry that made their pairing in the con-artist comedy “Focus” so electric. Smith, of course, can’t help but be one of the most charismatic people on the planet, and so that shines through from time to time, and he also has some nice moments with Shailyn Pierre-Dixon as the daughter he hopes to reunite with once this mission is over.

“Suicide Squad” views even their few interesting characters as disposable. If these guys fail, they die. If they bail, they die. The makers of the film itself haven’t given us much reason to care about them, either.