That's quite the cinematic journey being taken by ex-Neighbours actress Margot Robbie. According to Deadine, Robbie is currently in talks to star in the upcoming live-action adaptation of Ghost in the Shell, one of the most popular animes ever released in the west.
No idea which character she would be playing, but you'd have to assume she's up for the role of Motoko Kusanagi, the main character in the original anime movie. That being said, the Ghost in the Shell universe has expanded since that release with the well received series Stand Alone Complex.
Steven Spielberg's production company Dreamworks acquired the rights to produce a live action version of Ghost in the Shell back in 2008 and the movie has been in production limbo ever since. Jamie Moss was originally hired to write the script, but was reportedly replaced by Laeta Kalogridis, who wrote Shutter Island. More recently Rupert Sanders, who directed Snow White and the Huntsman, was reportedly helming the film with William Wheeler on script duties. Seems like no-one really knows what the hell is going on with the production. This is Hollywood, I guess this is how it all works.
Regardless, I'd be keen to watch a live action version of Ghost in the Shell. The anime classic had such a unique aesthetic and feel. Surely some visionary director can do it justice? I think of all the anime classics out there, Ghost in the Shell might have the best chance of working as live-action movie.