If you’re looking for a movie that both you and your man will love, then ‘Focus’ is your flick. Will and Robbie are absolutely dynamic and couldn’t make a better and hotter on screen duo!
Focus: Will Smith & Margot Robbie’s Chemistry Is So Hot It Melts The Screen
It’s save to say that even though this is Will’s movie, The Wolf of Wall Street star totally steals the show. From Margot’s piercing blue eyes, perfect pout and chiseled features this Aussie bombshell doesn’t even have to utter a single line before she has both the men and women in the audience totally swooning. Can you believe she’s only 24-years-old?!
Will plays a pretty suave and convincing con-man and we have to say it’s pretty impressive and almost scary how easily a watch, ring, wallet or even identity can we stolen in just mere seconds. The movie puts you on high alert and you find yourself holding your purse a little bit tighter.
The best part is Will and Margot’s chemistry. From the first scene, they’re jumping into bed together and it’s hot people! It’s no wonder that Jada Pinkett Smith was reportedly a bit jealous that Will was having these steamy scenes with Margot!
The movie bounces you from New York to New Orleans and all the way to Argentina. It’s fast paced so you have to keep up and when the film skips three years you’re definitely going to want to pay attention because there are some major twists.
Will spends the second half of the film trying to win Margot back after he really screws her over earlier on. But she tells him that she has fallen in love with billionaire race car owner, Garriga [Rodrigo Santoro]. This doesn’t stop Will, he goes to great lengths but there’s a bit of a problem, he is working for Garriga to help screw over his biggest rival McEwen [Robert Taylor]. Will tells Garriga that he will sell a fake computer software to McEven and convince him that it will help him beat Garriga.
There’s a lot of sex, a lot of action and $27 million dollars on the line and you’re not going to want to miss it. Check out Focus when it hits theaters Feb. 27!
— Chloe Melas