Watch Margot Robbie Totally Transform To Play Tonya Harding

Kelly Massey
October 20, 2017

Or as it is referred to in the movie, "the incident".

Joining her in I, Tonya is co-star Sebastian Stan (Captain America films, The Martian) as Harding's then-husband Jeff Gillooly, a name that permeated the news cycle during the height of the scandal in question.

Craig Gillespie's I, Tonya trades in gossip, but it also wants to get to the truth.

Alison Janney, sporting accurately terrible wig, also makes her first appearance as Harding's mother LaVona Golden, chugging a drink at a bar and not looking too impressed.

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"The haters always say, 'Tonya, tell the truth, '" Harding says in a voice over. In case you don't remember the '90s, Harding was a world-class skater until she was accused of orchestrating an attack on rival Nancy Kerrigan before the 1994 Winter Olympics.

In true Hollywood fashion, the teaser trailer for I, Tonya depicts some true and sensationalized Harding moments. Like a train wreck or the media circus that surrounded Harding and Nancy Kerrigan during the 1994 Olympics, you can't help but stare. "I mean, it's bullshit". (The actress is already earning a measure of Oscar buzz for her troubles.) In the trailer, Robbie is nearly unrecognizable in an extremely '90s, hairline-altering wig and bleached eyebrows.

The downfall of one of America's most promising figure skaters is chronicled in the upcoming Tonya Harding movie - and Margot Robbie looks completely different in the starring role.

"I, Tonya" was hailed by critics when it hit the film festival circuit earlier this year, and Robbie and Allison Janney (who plays Tonya's mother, LaVona Golden) are generating serious Oscar buzz.

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