On the runway, he commands a Bond-villain-esque presence.Lucky is fairly well known here — for a male model, at least — but he’s extremely, and somewhat inexplicably, famous in China, where they call him “Little Fresh Meat,” a common nickname for young good-looking men.Then in 2008, she was cast as the quirky and confident Donna Brown in Neighbours.
“I think nudity for the sake of nudity is shameful,” says the star, explaining that her Wolf Of Wall Street character used her body to exert power.“There are scripts that I pick up and say, ‘There’s no reason why she’s getting her clothes off.
But when the nudity is warranted, I don’t think there’s anything shameful in that”. “I love beer, fries and burgers.” So what accounts for the great body? “If I have to get into a bikini then I eat carrot sticks for three days.
He’s headed back to the agency, where he’ll take new digitals to show off some recently acquired bicep muscles. “I honestly had no clue who I was walking for at first. They’re nicer because they’re not insecure.” Lucky Blue Smith seems to have no trace of insecurity himself. Lucky picks up his water bottle and heads over to me.
But now my agency’s like, ‘Okay, this is the photographer you want to talk with,’ or, ‘This is how you pronounce this weird name.’ ” He doesn’t notice the green left-turn signal, and the car behind us honks aggressively. “I hate traffic here.” What were the other models like, I wonder. Of course, people have been telling him he’s special since he was old enough to understand language. ” Eventually we head out back to the deck with a Next agent, Gino, who is snapping photos. Someone sent it to me.” He pulls out a jar from his backpack. The deck of the agency offers a magnificent view of the city, and the HOLLYWOOD sign is in clear view to the northeast.
A male model hasn’t had this kind of fame since Tyson Beckford. “Girls say they love me and stuff,” he replies with a dismissive shrug when I ask about the kind of messages he receives through social media. “They took me to this really traditional Chinese restaurant,” he recalls. “No, I think it would look cooler over here,” he responds. *This article appears in the August 10, 2015 issue of New York Magazine.
Margot Robbie plays a pickpocket-turned con artist and gambler in the new comedy thriller Focus, but the biggest gamble the actress herself made was leaving Australia for Hollywood. “It didn’t feel like a gamble at the time,” she says, as self-assured as she is beautiful.Quitting Neighbours in 2010, she headed for Los Angeles. It seemed like the logical next move – a big one for sure and definitely terrifying, but I did a lot of planning and saved all my money.”She thought she’d be slumming it for a while, but Hollywood can’t get enough of her. She was nominated for a rising star award at this year’s BAFTAs and she’s become the most buzzed-about Aussie export since Kylie Minogue.Since The Wolf Of Wall Street, in which she was head-turning as Leonardo Di Caprio’s wife, she’s been cast in one film after another.“I’ll sound like a nerd, but I used to make up my own magic tricks and put on magic shows.If anyone wanted to know how I’d done the magic trick, they’d have to pay extra on top of the extortionate price I’d already charged them!She turns fellow con artist Will Smith’s head, too, in Focus and she’s reuniting with him for Suicide Squad, playing comic-book villainess Harley Quinn.