And while it’s certainly a cause for celebration, Margot couldn’t go all in for the event as she was forced to use hand signals when she was asked questions on the carpet, in an attempt to illustrate that she couldn’t tall.
When asked for an interview at the star-studded event, PA reports the former Neighbours icon simply gestured to her throat and shrugged her shoulders.
Reps for the star later confirmed the Australian actress had lost her voice – but showed up to support the film regardless.
It is the first premiere Margot has attended since Barbie, which was released one week after the strike began.
Famously, the cast of Oppenheimer left their own premiere after the strike was called halfway through the event.
Her newest venture, Saltburn, is co-produced by Margot alongside Josey McNamara, and directed by The Crown actress Emerald Fennell, who has previously won an Oscar for her filmmaking.
Emerald recently told Metro.co.uk that she and the cast went ‘to places that are quite extreme’ in the film, which deals with major themes such as obsession and desire.
She praised Irish actor Barry, who has a full-frontal nude scene in the movie, and said she would ‘never ask anyone … to do something they weren’t comfortable with.
‘But he also has boundaries like everyone else, and the thing with Barry, and all of the actors, is that if something feels real to them, if it feels honest, then they’re absolutely all in.’
The film initially opened at the BFI London Film Festival in October, without its cast present due to the strikes.
It stars Barry as a young student struggling to fit in at Oxford University, and who becomes obsessed with a young aristocrat played by Elordi, after he invites him to his family’s estate for the summer.
Saltburn also stars Gone Girl legend Rosamund Pike, Richard E Grant and Carey Mulligan, and features Sophie Ellis Bextor’s iconic hit Murder On The Dancefloor, with the star telling PA her track is included ‘in quite an unusal way.’
In conversation with Metro.co.uk, Emerald proudly said they were all ‘dedicated to making something incredibly personal and unique and honest feeling, and in many ways, a lot of Saltburn is a little exposing or complicated.
‘‘And I say that as the person who thought it in the first place! So if anyone should be asking any sort of questions about sanity, for example, they should leave them maybe at my door.’
Saltburn hits cinemas on November 17
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