Margot Robbie & Saoirse Ronan Answer the Web's Most Searched Questions | WIRED

  • Published on: December 4 Des 2018

  • "Mary Queen of Scots" stars Margot Robbie and Saoirse Ronan take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the internet's most searched questions about themselves. Is Margot Robbie British? How do you pronounce Saoirse Ronan? Was Margot in a soap opera? Robbie and Saoirse answer all these questions and more!"Mary Queen of Scots" is in theaters on December 7Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► Also, check out the free WIRED channel on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. Here you can find your favorite WIRED shows and new episodes of our latest hit series Masterminds.ABOUT WIREDWIRED is where tomorrow is realized. Through thought-provoking stories and videos, WIRED explores the future of business, innovation, and culture.Margot Robbie & Saoirse Ronan Answer the Web's Most Searched Questions | WIRED
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  • Graham Harper
    Graham Harper   9 hours ago

    Margot is very beautiful and Saoirse is very cute.

  • Pedro Nagem
    Pedro Nagem   10 hours ago

    Is that a hickey in Margot Robbie's neck? NOICE

  • JPin
    JPin   12 hours ago

    "You know chicken is...", nice trolling skills Robbie, nice ones.

  • GeneralArmorus
    GeneralArmorus   13 hours ago

    Ronan should go vegan, then she can saoirshe the animals

  • JamesJ Fisk
    JamesJ Fisk   14 hours ago

    Two of the most popular American that they play Americans so often.

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  • Alexandra M
    Alexandra M   21 hours ago

    Definitely how the dragon sounds 😂

  • Tyler Genest
    Tyler Genest   22 hours ago

    I had the subtitles on and when Ms. Robbie said "Downton Abbey" the caption read "dawn to copy."

  • Ashley Tuchin
    Ashley Tuchin   1 days ago

    The Transformers question is probably due to confusion between Margot and fellow Australian actress Rachael Taylor, who played the code-breaker girl in the first Transformers movie. Coincidentally, she also got her start in an Aussie soap, called Headland, but is probably best known to American audiences as Trish Walker in Jessica Jones and other Marvel Netflix series'.

  • Lázaro Murad
    Lázaro Murad   1 days ago

    Margot looks like she is wearing Tonya Harding's skate outfit

  • Mike R.
    Mike R.   1 days ago

    Hearing her explain the difference in how people pronounce her name is like hearing Vanilla Ice explain the difference between the bass lines in Under Pressure and Ice Ice Baby

  • Kellie Robinson
    Kellie Robinson   1 days ago

    It's so disrespectful how people don't even try to pronounce Saoirse's name right. The Irish were discriminated against and HATED and treated like dogs when they immigrated to America, and now people don't even respect our language. "They sound the same to me", Saoirse is pronounced Seer-sha but she has had to adjust it to Sur-sha just because people are too lazy and ignorant to pronounce it right. You wouldn't hear anyone pronouncing Margot like Margat 😑

  • Darren Fred
    Darren Fred   1 days ago

    everyone seems at least slightly annoyed doing these things

  • mbbell23
    mbbell23   1 days ago

    I could listen to them talk all day

  • G George
    G George   2 days ago

    How do Austrailans sound like British?

  • Rebecca Rich
    Rebecca Rich   2 days ago

    There’s a ridiculous amount of these that are just roles they didn’t actually have

  • rmp5s
    rmp5s   2 days ago

    Who else watched the "how to pronounce Saoirse Ronan" times?

  • Ani Smo
    Ani Smo   2 days ago

    I just realised that Saoirse was the protagonist in "Souls", just when they asked for Twilight 😄🤩🤩 I remembered her eyes glowing 😍

  • Jim Halpert
    Jim Halpert   2 days ago

    Saiorse Ronan: Saiorse means freedom. Britain: triggered