Watch Will Smith and the Australian actress Margot Robbie pair up in the upcoming movie "Focus".
There is great news for all the fans out there of Will Smith who will be seeing him in the upcoming movie Focus opposite the famous The Wolf of Wall Street's star Margot Robbie. Robbie is a happening Australian star from Hollywood and has gained immense popularity.
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The pair of Will Smith and Margot Robbie will be seen interacting and acting in the new movie Focus. The newly released trailer of the movie shows that this will be all about the charisma of felling in love.
Nicky played by Smith and Jess played by Robbie will be paired up in this amazing story that will simply tell you about two people falling in love when everything is a pretty shady deal all around.
The comedy and love story will portray Smith and Robbie meeting in a place where Nicky would show off some of his famous tricks to go with the game, just to be attracted to this young blonde.
The story will then move three years ahead where the two will meet again in Buenos Aires only to see that the love remains intact between the two and will bring them together again.
The story is amazing with just the right touch of comedy, flirtation and creative script writing. Will Smith is one of the best actors in middle age who have the perfect persona to adapt to this role and to play it to the perfection.
The role offered to Will Smith in the movie is just right one to show off his talents, his humor and romantic side by delighting the audiences. It was reported that the stars Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling were first considered for the roles by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa. But the onscreen pairing shows that the chemistry is perfect between Will Smith and Margot Robbie.
"Will said, 'You're going to have trouble finding a girl because I kind of have a large personality.' And he was right," said Requa. "But Margot walked in and just put everybody on their heels. When she walked out of the room, Will turned to us and said, 'Mmhm.'"
"It was the same moment we had with Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling when they first read together," adds Ficarra. "Here's Ryan Gosling, this very desirable male 'hubba hubba' dude. And Emma just came in and owned him. She didn't pause for a minute." He laughs. "She just proceeded to insult him."
Focus has just the right amount of entertainment and charisma to catch the attention of the audience as both the artists learnt the tricks and art of pick pocketing on the set while shooting to make a greater impact on screen as reported by the crew.
Focus will hit theaters on February 27, 2015. Watch newly released trailer of the movie below.