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What's news: Michael Wolff reveals what his year inside the Trump White House was really like. Plus: Margot Robbie covers THR with Tonya Harding, Seth Meyers reveals his Golden Globes plan and Tiffany Haddish wins over the critics (and P.T. Anderson). — Ray Rahman
On the cover: Margot Robbie and Tonya Harding, a candid conversation about I, Tonya and a tumultuous life. Figure skating's most notorious character shares memories of the scandal that ended her career with the star who plays her — and reveals she's back in training.
THR: You two met for lunch before shooting. What were your first impressions?
ROBBIE I don't know if you remember, but I was saying how [the skating part] is really hard, and you said, "Do you have your skates with you? We can go to this rink, I can train you." Also, you asked how was I dealing with fame at a young age, which I thought was a very kind thing. I was like, "I can't believe she's worrying about me."
HARDING When I saw her, I was like, "Oh my God, she's so beautiful. Thank you, God!" (Laughs.) And I did not expect you to be so kind and forthcoming with me because I've had so much disrespect in my life. I don't even wish for my worst enemy to have to go through anything that I went through. Q&A.
[icon:therace] Lacey Rose profiles Robbie on the eve of the Golden Globes: An ingenue turns indie producer with I, Tonya as Robbie opens up about the downside of starring in Suicide Squad ("Now you have to be able to afford security") and maps out a plan for career longevity: "I don't want to burn hard and fast and then disappear." Cover story.
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