Margot Robbie cuts a stylish figure in smart grey suit as she hosts Honey Boy film event in Los Angeles

She's one of Hollywood's most in-demand actresses and was previously named as one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time magazine.

And Margot Robbie looked nothing short of sensational as she hosted the Honey Boy tastemaker event in Los Angeles on Saturday.

The actress, 29, cut a stylish figure in a dark grey plaid blazer with matching trousers and a black top.

Style: Margot Robbie, 29, looked nothing short of sensational as she hosted the Honey Boy tastemaker event in Los Angeles on Saturday

Style: Margot Robbie, 29, looked nothing short of sensational as she hosted the Honey Boy tastemaker event in Los Angeles on Saturday 

Margot added height to her frame with a pair of black heels and styled her blonde locks into an updo for the event.

Also sporting gold hoop earrings, the I, Tanya star completed her look for the day with a black handbag.

Honey Boy is a drama film from a screenplay by actor Shia LaBeouf based on his childhood and his relationship with his father.

Margot was joined at the event by the film's director Alma Har'el who also spoke on stage with the actress.      

Outfit: The actress cut a stylish figure in a dark grey plaid blazer with matching trousers and a black top

Outfit: The actress cut a stylish figure in a dark grey plaid blazer with matching trousers and a black top 

It won't be long until Margot will be back on the big screen as the crazed villainous Harley Quinn.

The actress will be returning to her role as the wild and wacky vigilante in the upcoming film Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), set for release on February 7, 2020.

Harley originally played the role as part of the 2016 film Suicide Squad, which also starred Will Smith and Jared Leto.

Filmmaker: Margot was joined at the event by the film's director Alma Har'el who also spoke on stage with the actress

Filmmaker: Margot was joined at the event by the film's director Alma Har'el who also spoke on stage with the actress

Fashion: Margot added height to her frame with a pair of black heels and styled her blonde locks into an updo for the event

 Fashion: Margot added height to her frame with a pair of black heels and styled her blonde locks into an updo for the event 

Event: Honey Boy is a drama film from a screenplay by actor Shia LaBeouf based on his childhood and his relationship with his father

Event: Honey Boy is a drama film from a screenplay by actor Shia LaBeouf based on his childhood and his relationship with his father 

Career: Margot will be returning to her role as the wild and wacky vigilante Harley Quinn in the upcoming film Birds of Prey set to be released in 2020

Career: Margot will be returning to her role as the wild and wacky vigilante Harley Quinn in the upcoming film Birds of Prey set to be released in 2020

She will also be seen in the upcoming drama Bombshell, which tells the story of female Fox News personnel and their allegations against founder Roger Ailes.

Margot plays a fictional character in the flick opposite Charlize Theron who plays Megyn Kelly and Nicole Kidman who stars as Gretchen Carlson.

For now, fans have been getting their fill of Margot in the critically-acclaimed Quentin Tarantino film, Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood.

The film is set in Los Angeles in 1969, and sees Margot play the late Sharon Tate opposite Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt.

Films: Margot will also be seen in the upcoming drama film Bombshell, which tells the story of female Fox News personnel and their allegations against founder Roger Ailes

Films: Margot will also be seen in the upcoming drama film Bombshell, which tells the story of female Fox News personnel and their allegations against founder Roger Ailes 

 

Margot Robbie cuts a stylish figure as she hosts Honey Boy film event in Los Angeles

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