Margot Robbie's legs are believed to have been extended in 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' using ''digital surgery''.
According to The Sun newspaper, Hollywood bosses are using computer tricks to make leading ladies look thinner and their legs appear longer and the Australian actress is the latest ''victim'' of computer wizardry.
The firm behind the new ''post-production'' technology, Lola Visual Effects, refused to deny whether the star's legs had been changed in the movie.
A source close to the actress said she would be ''upset'' if her legs had been digitally enhanced in a scene in which she stars alongside Leonardo DiCaprio on the floor of their daughter's nursery.
The 23-year-old beauty, who is 5ft 6in tall, playfully pushes away her on-screen husband by nudging him with her heel as he appears on his hands and knees in front of her and her legs seem longer than usual.
Margot recently criticised the pressure in Hollywood for women to look thin on the big screen.
She said: ''When you look at movies, the lead girl is always gorgeous and thin.
''There is a stereotype that you need to look a certain way and when you get into the business you really feel the pressure.''
The company is also believed to have ''cleaned up'' actors in 'The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty', which stars Kristen Wiig.
Thomas Nittmann, senior producer at Lola, said: ''I cannot get into individual cases or films.''