Margot Robbie confirms "totally separate" Harley Quinn movie


Margot Robbie's performance as Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad was widely appreciated. 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.

She told them: "It's hard to kind of talk about it because all this stuff is under like, kind of lock and key".

"I've been working on a separate spin-off for Harley for a while now". But the way she says it here, all of these projects, including this mysterious solo take, are in various stages of development and any one of them could come out before the others - which, you have to think, would help determine anything that followed. The only clue to this is that she says she has been working on it for two years.

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Harley Quinn solo movie still in development

It's not known which of the Harley Quinn movies will hit the big screen first as Margot Robbie offers: "I, honestly, don't think anyone knows what's going to be the next thing to happen, but I think everyone's keen to get Harley back on screen".

The actress emphasized that she wants to see the character with more women, so we can expect an all-female cast, or at the least, a cast that's 90% women. Yeah, I'm sure Warner Bros. won't bungle this all.

Meanwhile, production on the Suicide Squad sequel is expected to begin next year. Robbie has done a great job at portraying Quinn, so anything she's in should make for a fun film. I kept saying it when we were shooting Suicide Squad - she needs her girlfriends. You see that in the comics, she loves meeting people, any people. "I think when it comes to something that has such a huge fan base already, you obviously want to do the fans justice", she explained. But you also can't be kind of paralyzed by the idea of 'How do we please everyone?' because it's just not going to happen. It seems like it's best for Warner flawless their craft instead of tacking on even more projects on their already-hefty plate.