Margot Robbie goes to want some critical day without work earlier than enjoying Harley Quinn once more. The actress not too long ago revealed to Entertainment Weekly that it is time for her to take a much-needed break from the character. Robbie is about to look because the titular antihero in James Gunn’s upcoming The Suicide Squad, which is able to mark the third time the Oscar nominee has performed the villain. For a personality as over-the-top as Harley, we won’t blame Robbie for needing a while off from enjoying her.
“I used to be like, ‘Oof, I want a break from Harley as a result of she’s exhausting,'” she advised the outlet. “I do not know once we’re subsequent going to see her.” Robbie additionally admitted that she’s simply as “simply as intrigued as everybody else is,” which at the least provides us hope that she’s not accomplished for good. The I, Tonya actress’s feedback shed some perception into the Gotham Metropolis Sirens flick that appears to be caught in developmental hell. With Robbie not realizing when she’ll be Harley once more, we are able to assume that venture will not be occurring any time quickly.
Through the interview with Robbie, it was additionally revealed to the actress what occurs to her character on the finish of Zack Snyder’s Justice League. It seems she did not know till very not too long ago that it is prompt within the post-credits Knightmare scene that Harley has died. “Whaaat? I did not know that. Thanks for telling me!” It appears like that is two nails within the proverbial coffin.
Whereas she takes a break from Harley, Robbie has loads of different objects within the chamber that’ll let her channel another well-known personas. Set to star as Barbie herself in Greta Gerwig’s live-action movie, the actress will discover herself enjoying somebody fairly the alternative of the Gotham baddie. Except Gerwig’s barbie wields a skull-crushing bat, that’s. Robbie is about to star in different future tasks, together with Babylon, Damage, and the highly-anticipated untitled David O. Russell venture.
Make sure to try Robbie as Harley Quinn presumably for the final time — at the least for now — in The Suicide Squad, touchdown in theaters and HBO Max on August 6.
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