Margot Robbie's performance as Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad was widely appreciated. But apparently that's not enough work for Robbie, who teased that she's working on a "separate spin-off of Harley".
She told them: "It's hard to kind of talk about it because all this stuff is under like, kind of lock and key".
Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn left quite an impression on moviegoers (and Warner Bros. executives) previous year.
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Chatting to MTV (via ComicBook.com), Robbie revealed that she's been working on the mysterious project for close to two years, meaning that this one was likely fast-tracked into development during the production of Suicide Squad. "But I think everyone's keen to get Harley back on screen, so everyone is working on lots of different versions of what that could be". 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. "There's a lot going on right now", Robbie continued. "I kept saying it when we were shooting Suicide Squad, I was like, 'She needs her girlfriends.' Like, she needs other girls around her because she loves that". You see it in the comics, she loves meeting people.
Given the general state of disarray that the DCEU appears to be in after Justice League, more Harley Quinn movies seem like a safe bet.
Well, it might be that the solo Harley Quinn movie (which probably isn't a solo movie, and will probably still feature other notable DC characters) which had Christina Hodson attached as writer isn't dead after all. You want to show them the characters they fell in love with, but you also can't be paralyzed by the idea of 'How do we please everyone?' because it's just not going to happen with any film. It seems like it's best for Warner Bros.to flawless their craft instead of tacking on even more projects on their already-hefty plate.