Margot Robbie, left, and Alexander Skarsgard in a scene from "The Legend of Tarzan."
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Robbie plays an updated Jane in the Legend of TarzanWith her cut-glass cheekbones, porcelain skin and cascading flaxen locks, it is hard to imagine a better choice to play Tarzan's love interest than 25-year-old Australian actress Margot Robbie. As Jane in "The Legend of Tarzan," the latest take on one of Hollywood's most enduring colonial era adventure stories, Robbie is anything but a shrinking violet.Robbie agreed with director David Yates that her take on Jane Porter (later Lady Greystoke), in the 51st live-action Tarzan movie would be a feisty character, capable of fighting back.One notable feature of David Yates' take on Tarzan is that, for once, it is the male lead, Robbie's co-star Alexander Skarsgard, who spends much of the duration half-naked while Robbie was able to keep her clothes on.
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