Margot Robbie Calls Filming Sex Scenes With Leonardo DiCaprio 'The Least Romantic Thing': 'It Smells Like Dog Food'
Leonardo DiCaprio's on-screen lover Margot Robbie shared the details about filming her sex scenes in "The Wolf of Wall Street.
In an interview with Page Six, Robbie revealed filming the love scenes was "the least romantic thing" she has ever experienced.
"The whole thing ended up being quite comical," Robbie said, explaining the difficulty they faced filming with a dog.
"We [had to] entice this dog to jump in the bed and bite at Leo's feet . . . so we had dog trainers at the end of the bed [with] dog treats . . . we're putting chicken liver on Leo's toes. We're in a small room, it's hot, it's sweaty, it smells like dog food," she told Page Six.
Though filming may not have been very glamorous, DiCaprio had a specific approach in mind when getting into character for "The Wolf of Wall Street".
"I approached this as a Roman emperor during the fall of the Roman Empire. And when you take on that mentality and you basically say these characters are incredibly hedonistic and they give in to every possible temptation and they have no regard for anyone except themselves," a laughing DiCaprio told The Telegraph U.K. during the film's New York
It is the fifth film DiCaprio has worked with director Martin Scorsese, and the actor told The Telegraph he would love to continue collaborating with the visionary in the future.
"I hope. I hope. I could only be so lucky," he said. "I mean I've learned so much about not only the history of cinema, what it is, what's important about making movies but film as an art form and I've become a better actor in the process. It's been a huge gift to collaborate with him every time and this in a lot of ways I think is our most experimental work."