Emily Ratajkowski Says It's 'Ok' To Steal Art From The Rich Following Her Casting In New Movie

Emily Ratajkowski Says It's 'Ok' To Steal Art From The Rich Following Her Casting In New Movie
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According to a new interview from Today.com, Emily Ratajkowski was recently cast in a new movie titled, Lying and Stealing, following her inclusion in I Feel Pretty. The 28-year-old model will co-star alongside the actor, Theo James, who is a handsome art thief.

Emily actually has a history in the artist community, with her father, for example, actually being an artist himself. Moreover, she studied art for one year at the University Of Southern California, and she collected it as well as her modeling career started to kick off.

The supermodel said to the reporters from USA Today that she first thought of stealing art as a student. When asked what her "thoughts" are on stealing art, the model half-jokingly said, "a lot of people who collect art deserve to be stolen from."

Ratajkowski surprisingly said to the reporter from USA Today that many of the world's richest people are the ones to collect art, and moreover, some of these people are unintentionally diluting the art world. Therefore, she could "see herself" stealing from an extremely wealthy person.

Interestingly, this won't be the first time Ms. Ratajkowski has been in a movie, as she even had a small role in 2014's Gone Girl starring Ben Affleck. Emily played the role of Ben Affleck's mistress amid his wife's sudden disappearance.

Ratajkowski is most famous for being a worldwide supermodel, both in the traditional modeling scene as well as on social media as well. First appearing in the Robin Thicke song music video in 2013, "Blurred Lines," Emily quickly became one of the hottest models in the world.

However, she has also had minor appearances in other roles including iCarly. Emily has also had roles in Welcome Home, Entourage, In Darkness, I Feel Pretty, Cruise , and We Are Your Friends. Her career hasn't been without controversy, however, after she was inadvertently involved in the Fyre Festival scam in 2017.

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