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Margot Robbie wears plunging burnt orange gown at Once Upon A Time In Hollywood UK premiere

Margot Robbie steals the show in a plunging Grecian-inspired burnt orange gown for Once Upon A Time In Hollywood London premiere

She plays Sharon Tate – the Hollywood actress brutally murdered by the Manson family in 1969 – in Quentin Tarantino’s ninth feature film, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.

And Margot Robbie brought her own brand of star power to the red carpet for the movie’s London premiere on Tuesday night as she stepped out in Leicester Square to lead the glamorous cast – which includes the likes of Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio.

The Australian actress, 29, stunned in a plunging burnt orange Grecian-inspired gown, which draped around her lithe frame as she stepped out in the summer evening breeze of England’s capital.

Starlet: Margot Robbie brought her own brand of star power to the red carpet for the London premiere of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood on Tuesday evening

Starlet: Margot Robbie brought her own brand of star power to the red carpet for the London premiere of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood on Tuesday evening 

Margot teamed the look with gold drop earrings and matching strap heels, and wore her blonde locks in light loose waves around her features.

Margot grinned for the cameras as she posed alongside her leading men.

She looked fresh-faced as she sported a simple palette of make-up, featuring smokey eyes and a clay pink slick to her pout. 

Beauty: She toted a silver square clutch purse to round off the look

Beauty: She toted a silver square clutch purse to round off the look

Goddess-like: The Australian actress, 29, stunned in a plunging burnt orange Grecian-inspired gown, which draped around her lithe frame as she stepped out in the summer evening breeze of England's capital

Goddess-like: The Australian actress, 29, stunned in a plunging burnt orange Grecian-inspired gown, which draped around her lithe frame as she stepped out in the summer evening breeze of England's capital

Goddess-like: The Australian actress, 29, stunned in a plunging burnt orange Grecian-inspired gown, which draped around her lithe frame as she stepped out in the summer evening breeze of England’s capital

Striking: Margot teamed the look with gold drop earrings and matching strap heels, and wore her blonde locks in light loose waves around her features

Striking: Margot teamed the look with gold drop earrings and matching strap heels, and wore her blonde locks in light loose waves around her features

Plunging: She looked fresh-faced as she sported a simple palette of make-up, featuring smokey eyes and a clay pink slick to her pout

Plunging: She looked fresh-faced as she sported a simple palette of make-up, featuring smokey eyes and a clay pink slick to her pout

Plunging: She looked fresh-faced as she sported a simple palette of make-up, featuring smokey eyes and a clay pink slick to her pout

Leo and Brad play Rick Dalton and longtime stunt double Cliff Booth respectively in the film, which is set during the final days of Hollywood’s Golden Age in 1969.

Other stars in the film include Emile Hirsch, Bruce Dern, Austin Butler and Margaret Qualley.

Tarantino received a standing ovation when the movie premiered in Cannes in at the end of May and the film received glowing praise from the audience who stood for seven minutes once the credits rolled, according to Deadline.

Photocall: Margot grinned for the cameras as she posed solo before joining her leading men Leo and Brad

Photocall: Margot grinned for the cameras as she posed solo before joining her leading men Leo and Brad

Coy: She plays Sharon Tate - the Hollywood actress brutally murdered by the Manson family in 1969 - in Quentin Tarantino's ninth feature film, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Coy: She plays Sharon Tate - the Hollywood actress brutally murdered by the Manson family in 1969 - in Quentin Tarantino's ninth feature film, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Coy: She plays Sharon Tate – the Hollywood actress brutally murdered by the Manson family in 1969 – in Quentin Tarantino’s ninth feature film, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Smiles: Margot looked thrilled to be celebrating the film's release in London

Smiles: Margot looked thrilled to be celebrating the film’s release in London

Sharon: The ensemble cast were first seen in their roles in a trailer released earlier this year, with Margot making her debut as 60s icon Sharon Tate

Sharon: The ensemble cast were first seen in their roles in a trailer released earlier this year, with Margot making her debut as 60s icon Sharon Tate

After the screening, Tarantino said: ‘To my wonderful actors, producers and the studio that helped me make this movie. Thank you for being such a fantastic audience, for the first time we ever showed it to an audience. See you on the Croisette!’

The screening marked 25 years to the day since Tarantino premiered his award-winning feature Pulp Fiction during the film festival.

Tarantino also pleaded with fans to avoid revealing any spoilers ahead of the film’s official release, through a written message posted to the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Twitter account. 

A plea: Tarantino asked fans to avoid revealing any spoilers ahead of the film's official release, through a written message posted to the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Twitter account

A plea: Tarantino asked fans to avoid revealing any spoilers ahead of the film's official release, through a written message posted to the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Twitter account

A plea: Tarantino asked fans to avoid revealing any spoilers ahead of the film’s official release, through a written message posted to the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Twitter account

A-list: Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot and Brad Pitt lead a star-kissed cast in Tarantino's latest offering

A-list: Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot and Brad Pitt lead a star-kissed cast in Tarantino’s latest offering

The message read: ‘The cast and crew have worked so hard to create something original, and I only ask that everyone avoids revealing anything that would prevent later audiences from experiencing the film in the same way.’

The ensemble cast were first seen in their roles in a trailer released earlier this year, with Margot making her debut as 60s icon Sharon. 

Daily Mail UK

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