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See how Margot Robbie extremely transform her to Tonya Harding

Australian actress Margot Robbie turned the year insane Harley Quinn charge for "Suicide Squad", and is now taking a different turn to a biopic that she is filming.

Photos appeared on the set of his film Tonya Harding, entitled "I, Tonya," that is scheduled for release next year, according to IMDb.

In one photo, Robbie seems to be using a monkey and prosthetics to look like the former skating champion.
Not many details about the film are known, others have focused on Harding's rise "among the ranks for figure skating American championships, but his future sport is not called into question when his boyfriend intervenes," according to IMDb. Resume: The film may focus on the 1994 attack on Harding rival Nancy Kerrigan, who knocked him to a knee with a club as the instrument after leaving a training session.

Harding's former husband Jeff Gillooly will be played by "Captain America" ​​star Sebastian Stan. Gillooly ended up accepting an agreement for his participation in the attack and received a two-year prison sentence, according to The New York Times. Harding took a separate deal Because of obstruction of justice and had no time in jail.

Kerrigan recovered after the attack and went on to win silver at the 1994 Olympics.

Margot Robbie gain shows Her diamon ring in its public debut with husband Tom Ackerley


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