Harley Quinn Has A Major Role In James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad

The Suicide Squad will feature Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn, but we weren’t sure how big a role she’ll have.

Margot Robbie’s already played Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad and most recently in Birds of Prey.

She’s proven to be a huge success in the role. People love her as Harley. I know I do.

Robbie’s the perfect actress to the play the role and she’s proven so time and time again.

People have been claiming that Birds of Prey hasn’t been doing too well at the box office.

However, that might not be completely true. The movie’s been doing pretty well if you compare it to normal blockbusters.

Yet, due to Joker’s huge box office takings, people have been blowing Birds of Prey’s lower performance at the box office out of proportion.

Anyway, James Gunn is currently directing the upcoming The Suicide Squad movie.

Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn is going to be a big part of The Suicide Squad

Nobody does Harley Quinn better than Margot in Birds of Prey

Nobody does Harley Quinn better than Margot in Birds of Prey – Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures

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He also wrote the film and he recently revealed that Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn was going to play a major role in the movie.

Gunn was holding another Q&A on his Instagram account, and he was asked about Harley Quinn’s role in The Suicide Squad.

Here’s what James Gunn replied:

She’s a major part of the film if that’s what you’re asking.

This is great news because Harley Quinn is great and more of Robbie as the character is always a good thing.

What do you make of this? Are you looking forward to watching The Suicide Squad?

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