The rumored Harley Quinn spinoff movie is likely to involve not just the popular character from the Suicide Squad movie but also other women comic book heroes like Batgirl and Birds of Prey.
Margot Robbie, who plays the character Harley Quinn, has officially partnered with big time studio Warner Bros and reportedly finalized a two-movie deal as a producer. One of the movies is expected to be the Harley Quinn spinoff and she’ll lead an all-female main cast with other characters from the DC universe.
The Hollywood Reporter confirmed the Margot Robbie two-project deal at Warner Bros. It states that that the two movies will be the Suicide Squid spinoff of the popular Harley Quinn character and the at other will be the “Queen of the Air” project, a movie based on a book by Dean N. Jensen about trapeze artist Lillian Leitzel and her love life with Alfredo Codona, another trapeze artist.
Margot Robbie, 26 years old from Australia, has broke the mainstream scene in Hollywood after starring alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in the box office hit, “The Wolf of Wall Street”. One of the sexiest stars in Hollywood has since starred in “The Legend of Tarzan” as Jane Clayton and in “Suicide Squad” as Harley Quinn.
According to IMDB.com, Margot Robbie will also feature in “Terminal”, which is set for release later in 2016 and “Larrikins” with Robbie’s voice released in 2018. There is also another movie set to be released 2017, the “Untitled A.A. Milne Project”.
The Margot Robbie project with DC and Warner Bros. will be the second female-led superhero in the DC movies universe with Wonder Woman set for release in 2017. Wonder Woman first appeared in the “Batman v Superman” movie, but that movie had varied reactions and most critics did not like the film, like the Suicide Squad movie.
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Both Wonder Woman and Harley Quinn spinoff from the DC movies are now hoping they can match “Captain Marvel”, which is Marvel Cinematic Universe’s hyped female-led superhero movie set to be released in 2019.
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