Margot Robbie Hosts Party to Commemorate First-Look Deal with Warner Bros.

Margot Robbie celebrates movie deal with Warner Bros.

Australian actress Margot Robbie was spotted at the Delilah in WeHo Monday night, celebrating her production company’s recent accomplishments. LuckyChap Entertainment, which is headed up by Robbie, her husband Tom Ackerly, and Josey McNamara, recently signed a first-look deal with Warner Bros., adding to their already impressive list of successful films and TV shows.

The big news of the First-Look deal came after Robbie, known for her roles in “The Wolf of Wall Street” and “I, Tonya,” and her production company, LuckyChap, made Warner Bros. a significant amount of profit in the past year. The deal represents a multi-year agreement to collaborate on future feature films with the studio.

Just to name a few of the A-listers who rolled through to congratulate her on the milestone are Glen Powell, Michelle Rodriguez, America Ferrera, Rose Byrne, Pierce Brosnan, Steven Yeun, Zooey Deschanel, Jonathan Scott, Shailene Woodley, and JJ Abrams. These celebrities came out to show their support and celebrate the big win with Robbie.

LuckyChap Entertainment has already produced a number of great films and has acquired the rights to others. Some of the films produced by Robbie’s company include ‘I, Tonya,’ ‘Birds of Prey,’ ‘Promising Young Woman,’ and ‘Barbie.’ They have also delved into TV shows and are proving to be quite the force to be reckoned with.

It’s clear that the future looks bright for Margot Robbie and her production company, as they have a list of successful productions under their belt and continue to make a name for themselves in the ever-competitive entertainment industry.

Robbie’s success as an actress and producer has drawn comparisons to the likes of Brad Pitt and Reese Witherspoon, who have both transitioned from big-time actors to big-time producers. With their recent successes and the promising projects in the pipeline, it seems that LuckyChap Entertainment is set to continue killing the game.