Published: Sun, December 03, 2017
Entertaiment | By Simon Arnold

Margot Robbie Reveals Why She Likes Playing Harley Quinn

Margot Robbie Reveals Why She Likes Playing Harley Quinn

It was detailed that a film starring "several" of Dc's female heroes and villains was in the works, but it appears as though we might be getting an entirely separate Harley Quinn film as well.

Margot Robbie is developing a solo film for Harley Quinn, that is seperate from the planned Suicide Squad sequel, the Gotham City Sirens movie, and the Harley/Joker film.

"I've been working on a separate spin-off for Harley for a while now", Margot Robbie told MTV. "It's hard to kind of talk about it, because all the stuff is kind of under lock and key".

The biggest thing Robbie wants from this Harley Quinn movie is... But damn if we don't want to see Margot Robbie in pigtails and booty shorts for another three hours.

"There's a lot going on right now, and I don't think anyone knows for sure what the next thing to happen, but I think everyone's keen to get Harley back on screen".

The film is reportedly to be called Gotham City Sirens and it's going to have to be good to catch up with Marvel. Margot Robbie too has become a "hot topic" of her own so to speak, with her acclaimed turn in the upcoming I, Tonya garnering her awards buzz and her circling of the role of Sharon Tate in the upcoming ninth Quentin Tarantino movie. A project now called Gotham City Sirens is also in development with David Ayer directing, and Robbie producing as well as playing Harley. "Any people! But she needs a little girl gang". Suicide Squad 2 has been announced with writer/director Gavin O'Connor, but has no official release date.

Robbie also says her Harley film will give the character some much-needed female friendships - a new squad, if you will. Not to mention, Harley really needs a girlfriend who can tell her to dump the Joker. It seems like it's best for Warner ideal their craft instead of tacking on even more projects on their already-hefty plate.

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