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Margot Robbie dresses down for double feature of Valley Girl and Clueless at LA’s New Beverly Cinema

Margot Robbie dresses down for double feature of Valley Girl and Clueless at LA’s New Beverly Cinema


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Two-time Oscar nominee Margot Robbie masked up and dressed down to watch a double feature at the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles on Saturday night.

The Australian 31-year-old – wearing what appeared to be black scrubs – was joined by a blonde gal pal resembling Malignant star Annabelle Wallis.

Margot accessorized her comfy attire with black slides, a matching mini-backpack, and a red headband pushing back her signature flaxen locks. 

Movie night! Two-time Oscar nominee Margot Robbie (L) masked up and dressed down to watch a double feature at the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles on Saturday night

Robbie and her friend enjoyed back-to-back, sold-out screenings of Martha Coolidge’s 1983 teen rom-com Valley Girl and Amy Heckerling’s 1995 teen comedy Clueless.

Her Once Upon a Time in Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino bought the single-screen 228-seat cinema, which only plays 35mm prints, back in 2010.

Missing from The Suicide Squad action star’s side on Saturday was her husband of four years, producing partner Tom Ackerley. 

Friends: The Australian 31-year-old - wearing what appeared to be black scrubs - was joined by a blonde gal pal (R) resembling Malignant star Annabelle Wallis

Friends: The Australian 31-year-old – wearing what appeared to be black scrubs – was joined by a blonde gal pal (R) resembling Malignant star Annabelle Wallis

Dressed for comfort: Margot accessorized her comfy attire with black slides, a matching mini-backpack, and a red headband pushing back her signature flaxen locks

Dressed for comfort: Margot accessorized her comfy attire with black slides, a matching mini-backpack, and a red headband pushing back her signature flaxen locks

Marquee: Robbie and her friend enjoyed back-to-back, sold-out screenings of Martha Coolidge's 1983 teen rom-com Valley Girl and Amy Heckerling's 1995 teen comedy Clueless

Marquee: Robbie and her friend enjoyed back-to-back, sold-out screenings of Martha Coolidge’s 1983 teen rom-com Valley Girl and Amy Heckerling’s 1995 teen comedy Clueless

Cinefile: Her Once Upon a Time in Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino (R, pictured in 2019) bought the single-screen 228-seat cinema, which only plays 35mm prints, back in 2010

Cinefile: Her Once Upon a Time in Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino (R, pictured in 2019) bought the single-screen 228-seat cinema, which only plays 35mm prints, back in 2010

Margot originally met the 31-year-old Englishman while he was working as third assistant director on the 2014 set of Suite Française, in which she played Celine Joseph.

Robbie is currently hard at work playing the late silent film star Clara Bow in Damien Chazelle’s Golden Age Hollywood epic Babylon, which hits US theaters December 25, 2022.

The Neighbours alum replaced Emma Stone in the role of the ‘It Girl’ in the $100M-budget, 1920s-set drama also starring Brad Pitt, Tobey Maguire, Jean Smart, and Olivia Wilde.

The Suicide Squad action star (pictured August 2) is currently hard at work playing the late silent film star Clara Bow in Damien Chazelle's Golden Age Hollywood epic Babylon, which hits US theaters December 25, 2022

No resemblance: The real Clara Bow pictured in 1929

No resemblance: The Suicide Squad action star is currently hard at work playing the late silent film star Clara Bow (R) in Damien Chazelle’s Golden Age Hollywood epic Babylon, which hits US theaters December 25, 2022

'The Great Gatsby on steroids': Margot replaced Emma Stone in the role of the 'It Girl' in the $100M-budget, 1920s-set drama also starring Brad Pitt, Tobey Maguire, and Jean Smart

‘The Great Gatsby on steroids’: Margot replaced Emma Stone in the role of the ‘It Girl’ in the $100M-budget, 1920s-set drama also starring Brad Pitt, Tobey Maguire, and Jean Smart

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