Margot Robbie is spotted on the set of Pan Am in New York earlier this week (October 18). Loving her retro hairdo!
To make sure the show was extra accurate, before filming the pilot, Pan Am producers visited The Aviation Library and Louis A. Turpen Aviation Museum at San Francisco International Airport, which has more than 10,000 records about the famous airline. Museum curator John Hill said the show has done a great job so far:
"It's a real feast because they did go to such extremes to try to portray it accurately ... Pan Am was putting its crew out into the far reaches of the world, so they were predisposed to being culturally sensitive, culturally aware, very much at ease in their roles both as professional flight crew and also ambassadors of the U.S."