"It was like food porn for Alex. I was like, 'I had this and I ate that, and for dessert I had that.' And he was, like, welling up … Actually, I really felt bad. To begin with I was like, 'Mmm, mmm, mmm, I'm eating cake and you're not!' And then after a while I felt really bad for him, so I'd eat my food somewhere else so he couldn't see."
Skarsgard then recalled that Margot actually won a competitive eating contest against a 220-pound man -- the challenge, spaghetti Bolognese.
"I won, I ate four kilos of spaghetti Bolognese in an hour. That's a lot!" Robbie defeated her opponent during her time working on the Australian TV series Neighbors.
The Tarzan actors were also asked who would be the last one standing if they were stranded on a deserted island in real life.
Skarsgard admitted that it would be Robbie, hands-down, with an immediate response,
"She would eat me."
In The Legend of Tarzan reboot, there is a flashback scene depicting the very moment Jane and Tarzan first met in the jungle as teens.
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Reportedly, this scene involves a "butt naked" Skarsgard getting to know a young Jane better the only way a man raised by gorilla's can -- by groping her face and sniffing her crotch.
"He's literally, like, on my face and messes my hair up and it's adorable," Robbie laughed.