Margot Robbie Movies News: Actress to Co-Produce Harley Quinn Movie? Robbie Establishing Career With Warner Bros.?
Is actress Margot Robbie establishing her acting career with Warner Bros.? Meanwhile, the actress is set to co-produce the Harley Quinn spin-off movie.
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According to Hollywood Reporter, Suicide Squad actress Margot Robbie signed a deal with Warner Bros. under her LuckyChap Entertainment banner. She will produce films with partners Tom Ackerley, Josey McNamara and Sophia Kerr.
The 26-year-old actress easily controlled her career following her successful performance in The Wolf of Wall Street. Now, she and LuckyChap are producing their first neo-noir thriller film titled Terminal. LuckyChap will also be developing the biographical movie I, Tonya after the figure skater Tonya Harding.
Robbie is also set to star in the upcoming Harley Quinn film and movie adaptation of the love drama Queen of Air. It seems as though Warner Bros. is trying to establish undiscovered stars and female representation in the media. Will fans see more female-driven stories under Warner Bros. in the future?
In other news, Screen Rant reports that Robbie will also executive produce the Harley movie. Most DC Cinematic Universe (DCEU) movies were quite profitable despite low ratings from critics. Furthermore, the movies produced characters worth investing in, one of them being Joker’s girlfriend.
Warner Bros. has taken notice of her widespread fame and plans to create her solo spin-off movie with Robbie reprising her role. In spite of this, fans are wary of how the film will fit into the DCEU.
There have been speculations that the spin-off will focus on the romance between Harley and the Joker. Another theory is that the film will feature the all-female superhero group, Birds of Prey. Nevertheless, it seems as though the film might include both elements in the plot.
Fans can watch Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn in her latest film Suicide Squad. There have been no official release dates for her other projects as of now.
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