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Margot Robbie working on her very own solo Harley Quinn film

Margot Robbie working on her very own solo Harley Quinn film

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".

Whether it's David Ayer for Suicide Squad or Zack Snyder for any movie except Man of Steel, Warner Brothers has all-too-often altered the finished product significantly in the name of making the film more marketable. (If you're counting, that's three Harley Quinn movies in development, plus a Suicide Squad sequel and an animated series in the works.) Speaking to MTV News correspondent Josh Horowitz at a recent press day for I, Tonya, Robbie revealed that she's been working on her female-centric Harley movie for the past two years.

It's possible Robbie is talking about the solo Harley Quinn movie that had Christina Hodson attached as writer. Though, she's confident she'll be stepping back into Harley hot trousers sometime next year.




There's been quite a bit of chatter over Harley Quinn getting a spin-off movie after Suicide Squad. Robbie said she's been working on a separate, what sounds like a stand-alone Harley Quinn movie. Although Robbie isn't positive which movie will begin production first, she is prepared to begin resuming her role as the unhinged villainess sometime in 2018. Even more impressive, the actress has also taken to producing the films she's starring in, including the forthcoming Gotham City Sirens for Warner Bros. and DC.

"There's a lot going on right now and I'm not sure - I, honestly, I 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 and so everyone's working on different versions of what that could be", she added. "She loves meeting people, any people, but she needs her girl gang". You see it in the comics. At the moment, fans are waiting for an official announcement to clarify Harley's live-action future.

Well, if you can't get enough of Miss Quinn, we've got great news for you.