Martin Scorsese's Wolf of Wall Street was a box office sensation, with Leonardo DiCaprio giving yet another outstanding performance as the crooked stockbroker, Jordan Belfort. However, you could argue it was Margot Robbie 's star-turning role as his wife that stole the show. Although she fully nailed it as the uber-glamorous Naomi Lapaglia, Robbie has opened up about how playing the character didn't come easily - particularly when it came to filming that sex scene with Hollywood heavyweight DiCaprio. For an article published by Porter magazine, which hailed the actress 'The New Queen of Hollywood', Robbie recalled the provocative shot, describing it as 'weird' and 'embarrassing'. For those of you who haven't seen the movie, the scene sees Robbie seducing DiCaprio in Basic Instinct fashion, touching herself and calling his character 'Daddy'.
21 highly awkward sex scene mishaps, from Wolf of Wall Street to Game of Thrones
All The Times I Felt Gross Watching The Wolf Of Wall Street | BW/DR
Sex scenes are a notoriously tricky beast, and most actors would agree one of the most dreaded parts of the job. Even the most experienced of stars have tales of accidental flashing, on-set injuries and good old-fashioned awkwardness. Other incidents are ones you might not expect, such as rapper Gucci Mane falling asleep while his on-screen partner was on top of him during Spring Breakers because he was exhausted after performing a concert. She won a Golden Globe for her performance, so hopefully she thinks it was worth it. Join thought-provoking conversations, follow other Independent readers and see their replies.
Margot Robbie Filmed Her First Sex Scene With Leonardo DiCaprio in ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’
Margot Robbie has lifted the lid on what it was really like filming that raunchy scene in Wolf of Wall Street. The stunning actress, 28, shot to fame after she played the seductive Naomi LaPaglia in the hit movie alongside Leonardo DiCaprio. She became well-known for one particular scene where she is seen seducing DiCaprio, who played her on-screen husband, Jordan Belfort.
Leonardo DiCaprio fans, I've got some titillating news for you. When you check out his lurid sexual performances in Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street , including what's likely to be a buzzed-about moment featuring DiCaprio, a dominatrix, and a candle, keep in mind that everything you see onscreen is really him. Meaning, he brought everything to the table, if you know what I mean. He really put all of himself into the role. He, um