There's also a Joker/Harley standalone film in development, rumors that Robbie will voice Harley in the upcoming animated series for DC's digital platform, and now her own standalone Harley project, which she casually alluded to working on for the past two years. But apparently that's not enough work for Robbie, who teased that she's working on a "separate spin-off of Harley". I mean, it's hard to kind of talk about it because all of this stuff is kind of like under lock and key.
"Yeah, I've been working on it for two years now", said Robbie.
Indeed, it was Robbie's gleeful performance that resonated with fans - more so than any other member of Task Force X - so it's small wonder why Warner Bros. has chose to double down on her Harley Quinn for the foreseeable future. Robbie does say that she is not sure what the film would be like as she does not think "anyone knows what's going to be the next thing to happen".More news: No German 'grand coalition' yet: SPD's Schulz
It's not known which of the Harley Quinn movies will hit the big screen first as Margot Robbie offers: "I, honestly, 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 when she was pressed on whether this is the same project as either Gotham City Sirens or the Harley/Joker movie, she was firm: "No".
The actress was speaking with MTV where she dropped the news. "Any people! But she needs a little girl gang". Yeah, there's alot going on right now. I was like, I kept saying it we were shooting Suicide Squad. Suicide Squad 2 has been announced with writer/director Gavin O'Connor, but has no official release date.
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. "So all you can do is try to tell the truth as much as possible - have truthful reactions and truthful scenarios for your character, know your character inside-out and then let people watch them inhabit the world". And Margot Robbie says you can add one more Harley-centric project to your bucket list: a solo movie.