This week, Vanity Fair released a profile interview with Margot Robbie to coincide with her up-coming roles in The Legend of Tarzan and Suicide Squad.
However, rather than focussing on actress' stellar career, the interview's skewed attention to Robbie's appearance has caught the attention of the Twittersphere and is being deemed 'creepy and lecherous'.
Throughout the interview, journalist Richard Cohen – who is also a co-creator of the Martin Scorsese HBO series Vinyl – refers to the actress' home country Australia as 'throwback' and the 'hinterland' and relentlessly self-indulges about the way Robbie interacts with him during the interview.
In the article, titled Welcome to the Summer of Margot Robbie, Cohen describes his encounter with The Wolf of Wall Street star: 'I don't remember what she was wearing, but it was simple, her hair combed around those painfully blue eyes.
'We sat in the corner. She looked at me and smiled.'
Elsewhere, he muses upon how Robbie found it awkward discussing sex scenes and concludes the feature with: 'We sit for a moment in silence. She was thinking of something; I was thinking of something else.'
As a result, fans have taken to social media to criticize Cohen's piece: