Margot Robbie's new look for 'Tarzan' movie

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Based on the central character's real-life story, this Wall Street-themed crime drama is a big screen adaptation of a memoir of the same name directed and co-produced by Martin Scorsese. Leonardo DiCaprio plays Jordan Belfort, the former Long Island penny stockbroker who penned his experiences based on what he encountered during a massive securities fraud case of the 1990s. Jonah Hill and Matthew McConaughey star alongside DiCaprio in the 2013 biography film.
April 2nd, 2014

Margot Robbie is dying her hair for the new 3D version of 'Tarzan'.

'The Wold of Wall Street' actress recently went from blonde to brunette for another movie role and is in the process of changing it back to star alongside 'True Blood' hunk Alexander Skarsgard in the upcoming Warner Bros. film.

She told ITN News: ''We start in a couple of months. I got the script, loved it, met with David Yates, the director, I loved his vision and all the pieces came together. I got picked for the role ... [I'm] very lucky.

''I just did a film where I had brown hair, it was manky brown, awful, but it was meant to look like that in the film. We made it a nicer, richer colour for the Oscars but now I have to go lighter again for 'Tarzan'.''

She added: ''I don't think blondes have more fun though ... people always ask me that but I love this colour.''

The 23-year-old star also plans to stay in shape for the jungle film by mixing pilates with ballet, which she has been doing during her time in Los Angeles.

She explained: ''I just posted a picture on Instagram from Ballet Bodies, where I have a trainer, it's like pilates with ballet techniques. I love it.''

Talking about her rise to fame after staring in 'The Wolf of Wall Street', alongside Oscar-nominated actor Leonardo DiCaprio, she said: ''It hasn't changed too many things, I'm just a lot busier, which is a wonderful problem. I'm really lucky and getting the chance to work with people I really want to work with, it's amazing.''

Margot admits she was disappointed Leonardo didn't win an Oscar for Best Actor for his role in the film but insists he handled it well.

She said: ''He's such a humble guy, he would never be a bad sport about those things. I think he's just grateful to be there and nominated, he doesn't have a big ego, despite his big profile.''