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Warner Bros. Are Reportedly Contemplating A Harley Quinn Movie

Mark McGowan

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Warner Bros. Are Reportedly Contemplating A Harley Quinn Movie

Suicide Squad hasn't even been released in cinemas yet but talks of a Harley Quinn spin off movie have already begun.

Margot Robbie, who brings Quinn to life in Suicide Squad, could reprise the role in her very own spin off, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

However, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that they were told by a source that the project will not only feature Harley Quinn, but also several DC female heroins and villains.

Credit: Warner Bros.

The details surrounding the spin off are slim at the moment, but THR reported that names such as Batgirl and Birds of Prey are a possibility.

The sources also said that Margot Robbie is a pivotal part of the movie, following her dedication to her role in Suicide Squad.

The 25-year-old, who gained international popularity after her role in The Wolf of Wall Street, apparently immersed herself in comic books to make sure she learnt as much as possible about Harley Quinn, and the world in which she lives.

The alleged spin off is an attempt from Warner Bros. to branch out and reach a female audience, who can fall in love with the DC heroins and villains like Margot did.

Suicide Squad hits cinemas on August 5 of this year.

Featured image credit: Warner Bros.

Topics: Comics, Harley Quinn, Warner Bros., Suicide Squad, Margot Robbie, DC

Mark McGowan
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