"Right now, I'm promoting a film directed by a woman. I just wrapped a film where most heads of departments where female roles, it's a female-led ensemble piece. And I'm in prep for a film with a second-time female director with a big budget behind it," Robbie said.
"I think up until recent times, saying that and actually getting people to put their money behind that, were two different conversations. I think it's easy to say, 'Yes, wouldn't that be nice,' it's quite another to say, 'Yes, I'll sign off on that decision,'" she added.
"Mary Queen of Scots" , which also features Saoirse Ronan, released in US last November.
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