Margot Robbie says there's another Harley Quinn spinoff in the works

Nick Sanchez
December 5, 2017

"I wanna see her with other women".

The Hollywood Reporter published a story in August that said the film will be a "criminal love story", which one source told the magazine was akin to "an insane and twisted love story. But, yeah, I've been working on a separate spinoff thing for Harley for a while now".

Suicide Squad 2 is set to be released in 2019.

Hollywood actress Margot Robbie is known to have portrayed the character of "Harley Quinn" in the 2016 flick Suicide Squad.

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Harley Quinn movie in the works, confirms Margot Robbie

Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn was undoubtedly the breakout character of last year's Suicide Squad, so it's unsurprising that the actor and Warner Bros. are developing a spinoff project for the character. Though, she's confident she'll be stepping back into Harley hot trousers sometime next year. Per her Robbie's remarks to MTV News, she wanted to please fans of the character with the Task Force X movie, but she also didn't want to let that stop her from taking creative liberties whenever appropriate. If she's been working on this mysterious new movie for two years, that would suggest that it's further along in production than the others, though a Suicide Squad sequel was thought to be on the fast track. We all just assumed this had morphed into Gotham City Sirens. MORE WOMEN! "She needs her girlfriends", Robbie said in the interview.

"It's a totally separate one, there's a lot going on right now and I'm not sure, I honestly don't think anyone knows what's going to be the next thing to happen but everyone's keen to get Harley back on screen so everyone's working on lots of different versions of what that could be". You see it in the comics. "She loves meeting people - any people - but she needs a little girl gang". It'll be interesting to see, whenever Harley does reappear, which roster of characters assemble around her.

If all of these projects end up happening, it seems like we'll have enough Harley content for years to come.

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