Fans Think Harley Quinn's Tattoos Shows Relationship With Joker Is Over

Since Margot Robbie first shared a sneaky picture of her latest Harley Quinn get-up fans have been speculating left, right and centre about possibilities for the upcoming film Birds of Prey.

When new photos started to come to light, one in particular got fans' attention.

One person posted a picture of Robbie in her latest Harley outfit, along with a zoomed-in picture of a tattoo on her thigh.

In the enhanced picture it's clear to see that the word 'Puddin' - Harley's nickname for her long-time lover, the Joker - has been crossed out.

This has led fans to speculate that Harley has cast off her rocking relationship with the Joker.

One person commented: "Yeah, she's rid herself of Mr. J I bet. Good detail to spot!"

Another said: "You go girl."

While a third commented: "Leto out."

Others said this could hint at Leto making a cameo in the film.

This could be linked with 'Bruce' collar charm spotted in the original selfie that Robbie posted - however no specific details of the film have been announced.

But, Warner Bros hasn't left fans in the dark all together as the company released a teaser showing Harley will not be alone in the movie - which is set to hit cinemas in February 2020.

Credit: Warner Bros.
Credit: Warner Bros.

Showing clips of Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn dancing around in an eccentric, multi-coloured coat along with brief glimpses of other characters, the trailer simply said: "See you soon."

Along with Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Huntress, Jurnee Smollett-Bell as Black Canary, Ella Jay Basco as Cassandra Cain, Rose Perez as Renee Montoya and Chris Messina as Victor Zsasz - also, did anyone else spot Ewan McGregor as Black Mask in there?

We see you, McGregor. Credit: Warner Bros
We see you, McGregor. Credit: Warner Bros

Birds of Prey will follow Harley Quinn as she teams up with other anti-heroes of DC Comics - including Black Canary, Huntress and Renee Montoya - to help a young Cassanda Cain.

While Suicide Squad didn't live up the heights of it's rivals over at Marvel, the character Harley Quinn was a huge highlight for many.

Featured Image Credit: Warner Bros.

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