James Corden may be leading the way, taking the titular role in the upcoming Peter Rabbit movie, but the star isn’t the only big name lending their vocal talent to the film. Somebody else who’s signed up to bring one of the flick’s characters to life is Margot Robbie, who plays one of three triplets – Flopsy – in the movie. Check out the video below to find out a little bit more about the character:

“Flopsy kinda has middle child syndrome,” explains Robbie in the clip. “She kinda does have a little bit of nervous energy. She has a lisp. It’s fun to have the sister dynamic and be playing around all the time.”

Elizabeth Debicki voices Mopsy and Daisy Ridley voices Cottontail – Flopsy’s two sisters – in the movie, starring alongside Domhnall Gleeson as Mr. McGregor, Rose Byrne as Bea, Sam Neill as Older Mr. McGregor and Sia as Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle.

Peter Rabbit will see the adventurous bunny’s feud with Mr. McGregor reach greater heights than ever before, as the pair compete for control of the vegetable garden, as well as the affections of animal lover Bea who lives next door.

Taking their differences to the Lake District and London, Peter, Mr. McGregor and the rest of the colourful cast of characters that make up the roster of this film will embark on an adventure like none they’ve seen before.

Though the first official trailer for Peter Rabbit was marred with controversy, with a vocal portion of Beatrix Potter fans slamming it as being too modern, there are still plenty of people intrigued by the prospect of a contemporary comedy starring the iconic children’s book character.

When a second trailer for the United Kingdom was released, it meta better reception, so it looks as if this will be one of those movies that you have to see for yourself to make your mind up!

Peter Rabbit comes to cinemas across the UK on March 16, 2018.

by for www.femalefirst.co.uk
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