It turns out the publishing legend was a big fan of The Wolf of Wall Street—and its leading lady, who played Leonardo DiCaprio's super-sexy trophy wife, Naomi.
"She should be in Playboy! Send her a message!" Hef agreed when Us Weekly asked him at Playboy's 60th anniversary celebration at (where else?) the Playboy Mansion if he thought Robbie would be a good fit for the mag's storied pages. "We're ready for her. She would be great."
And obviously Playboy is all about striking while the iron is hot.
"We always want the latest, most popular girl of the moment, and that changes week to week," Hefner said.
(Well, the only man who can pull off pajamas in public also said that he loved American Hustle, so we can only guess that Jennifer Lawrence isn't too far from the top of his wish list, either.)
And Robbie, who did go topless in Wolf of Wall Street, certainly seems comfortable in her own skin. She tells a great story in the latest issue of Manhattan magazine about wanting DiCaprio to get out of her light during their big sex scene.
"He was so incredulous that I had told him to get out of my light, and physically moved him out of the way, he was like, 'Did you really just do that?'" she recalls. "I don't think anyone has told him to get out of their light in quite some time. He seemed extremely [shocked], but it was kind of funny."
Then again, Playboy also may not want to hold its breath.
"I think nudity for the sake of nudity is shameful," Robbie recently told London's Telegraph. "If they've put it in just so that a girl gets her top off, then that's disgusting. And you can always tell.
"But," she added, "I also think it's disgusting when someone would have got naked in real life, in the film they conveniently leave their bra on, or hold up the bed sheet. Seeing someone being choreographed into being covered up irritates me just as much."
Hence her willing to strip for the sake of Martin Scorsese's vision.
Meanwhile, the normally bright-blond Robbie tweeted that she is now officially a brunette for her role opposite Chris Pine and Chiwetel Ejiofor in the post-apocalyptic drama Z for Zachariah, about a small farm town that's pressing on after a nuclear war.