Margot Robbie may be working on a solo Harley Quinn movie

/ 02:35 PM December 03, 2017

Image: Warner Bros. official website

Owing to her performance as Harley Quinn, moviegoers have been clamoring for the return of actress Margot Robbie to the big screen as the comic book character.

A recent interview with MTV has confirmed that Robbie would be appearing in a solo Harley Quinn movie.


Robbie said that she had been working on a separate “spinoff” project for the past two years but has been unable to talk about it. Furthermore, the actress confirmed that this solo movie is separate from the other Harley Quinn-related movies previously reported.

“I’ve been working on separate spinoff of the Harley thing for a while now,” said Robbie via MTV.

It appears that there are multiple projects currently under production with the goal of bring Harley Quinn back in the limelight. These projects include “Gotham Sirens”, a “Suicide Squad” sequel and a “Joker and Harley” film.

When asked about what she wanted to do with the character Harley, Robbie said, “I want to see her with other women. She needs her girlfriends, she needs other girls around her because she loves that you see it in the comic.”

“She needs a little girl gang,” Robbie adds.

No release dates have been revealed yet but fans can relax and expect Robbie to be back for more Harley Quinn mayhem. Alfred Bayle/JB



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