Bad Monkeys

From Barbie’s World to “Bad Monkeys”: Margot Robbie Leaps into Dark Thrills

Since her breakthrough in Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street”, Margot Robbie has taken the Hollywood industry by storm, portraying a diverse range of characters. Robbie’s portfolio showcases her extraordinary ability to switch genres, from the enchanting Jane in “The Legend of Tarzan” to the chaotic yet charismatic Harley Quinn in “Suicide Squad”.

Recently, she donned Barbie’s iconic pink heels in the unexpected hit, “Barbie” (2023). The film took audiences on a fantastical journey of self-discovery and has been a global phenomenon, bagging over $811 million worldwide and becoming the third-highest-grossing film of 2023. The success of “Barbie” has indeed marked a significant milestone in Robbie’s career, cementing her status as an A-lister in Hollywood.

Enter “Bad Monkeys”: Margot Robbie’s Next Big Adventure

Still of Margot Robbie in Barbie
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In the latest exciting news, Robbie is set to star in and produce Universal’s upcoming action-crime thriller, “Bad Monkeys”. Based on Matt Ruff’s novel, the film promises a captivating storyline that sees Robbie’s character, Jane Charlotte, arrested for murder. Jane claims to be a member of a secret organization fighting evil, a revelation that takes her on a trip to the jail’s psychiatric wing and creates a thrilling setup for the plot to unfold.

The film has gathered an impressive team, including producers Dylan Clark, Scott Stuber, Josey Mcnamara, and writers Jeff Eastin and Matthew Negret. “Bad Monkeys” is not just another acting gig for Robbie, as she steps into the producer’s role through her banner, LuckyChap Entertainment. This upcoming project is currently in development with no date yet set for filming.

From Pink Heels to Dark Thrills: Anticipating A New Margot Robbie

Still of Margot Robbie in Barbie
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Fans and critics alike are buzzing with anticipation to witness Robbie’s transformation in “Bad Monkeys”. Her character’s intriguing journey from being arrested for murder to the psychiatric wing of a jail, combined with the enigmatic nature of the organization she claims to be a part of, promises to reveal a Robbie we’ve never seen before.

Following the joyful and colorful ride in Barbie’s world, “Bad Monkeys” marks a stark departure for Robbie into a darker, more complex realm. This dramatic shift in tone not only exhibits her versatility as an actor but also highlights her courageous choices as a producer.

The Powerhouses Behind “Bad Monkeys”: Dylan Clark Productions, Luckychap Entertainment, and Universal Pictures

Luckychap Entertainment

“Dylan Clark Productions” and “Luckychap Entertainment” are joining forces to create the intriguing world of “Bad Monkeys”. Dylan Clark Productions, known for its acclaimed work on movies like “War of the Planet of the Apes” and “Oblivion”, brings a wealth of experience in producing high-quality, engaging films. The studio’s track record of delivering complex narratives with a compelling blend of drama and action aligns perfectly with the requirements of “Bad Monkeys”.

On the other hand, “Luckychap Entertainment” adds another layer of credibility to the production team. Founded by Margot Robbie herself, Luckychap has made a name for producing strong, character-driven films, including the recent hit “Barbie. Their deep understanding of Robbie’s on-screen charisma will undoubtedly play a crucial role in shaping her character in “Bad Monkeys”.

Partnering with these two prominent production houses is the titan of the film industry, “Universal Pictures”. With its rich history of delivering blockbuster hits and its vast distribution network, Universal’s involvement ensures that “Bad Monkeys” will reach a global audience. These powerhouse production studios combine to create an exciting cinematic experience, leaving us eagerly anticipating the on-screen magic they’re bound to create with “Bad Monkeys”.

Dylan Clark Productions

1207 4th Street Ste 300,
Santa Monica, CA 90401
PHONE: 424-235-1235

Luckychap Entertainment

1670 Beverly Blvd., Suite 1,
Los Angeles, CA 90026
PHONE: 323-238-8501

Universal Pictures

100 Universal City Plaza,
Universal City, CA 91608
PHONE: 818-777-1000

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