Margot Robbie signs a ‘first-look’ deal with Amazon Prime Video to create exclusive projects for the streaming platform
Margot Robbie and her production company have signed a new deal with Amazon Studios for TV projects.
Under the ‘first-look’ deal, Amazon and the 30-year-old’s LuckyChap Entertainment will develop original exclusive projects for Amazon Prime Video.
‘We are so thrilled to be partnering with Amazon Studios to bring original content to the ever-burgeoning television landscape,’ the actress, producer Tom Ackerley and assistant director Josey McNamara said in a statement published by TV Tonight.
New deal: Margot Robbie (pictured) has signed a ‘first-look’ TV deal with Amazon to create exclusive projects for the company
‘Our hope with LuckyChap has always been to challenge narrative conformity whilst offering a platform to exciting and often over-looked voices.’
‘In Amazon we have a cultural partner who shares our passion for storytelling and through its global reach allows us and our collaborators to reach as many viewers as possible.’
The statement said: ‘This is the start of a very exciting journey for the company and one that we are incredibly proud to be taking with the wonderful Amazon team.’
Exclusive project: Under the ‘first-look’ deal, Amazon and Margot’s LuckyChap Entertainment will develop original projects for Amazon Prime Video. Pictured: Margot and and Domhnall Gleeson in Goodbye Christopher Robin
This comes after Margot’s new film Dreamland debuted at homes through Amazon Prime Video.
She takes on the role of a wounded bank robber who is found by the young Eugene Evans in a Texas town, with the teen soon becoming torn between his feelings for her and the huge bounty for her capture.
In a scene from the film, Finn Cole’s character Eugene struggles to contain his feelings any longer as he joins Margot’s Allison Wells in the shower.
Moving in for a passionate kiss, the pair share a brief moment alone together while continually trying to escape the authorities.
New film: This comes after Margot’s new film Dreamland debuted at homes through Amazon Prime Video
Set in the Great Depression, the film sees Eugene decide to help Allison avoid the police and travel to Mexico, after going on the run for robbing a bank and killing five people.
Margot stars opposite British actor Finn, who is most known for his role as Michael Gray in Peaky Blinders.
The film also stars Travis Fimmel and Garrett Hedlund, and was directed by Miles Joris-Peyrafitte.
Storyline: She takes on the role of a wounded bank robber who is found by the young Eugene Evans in a Texas town. In a scene from the film, Eugene struggles to contain his feelings any longer as he joins Margot’s Allison Wells in the shower