Margot Robbie’s Adaptation of Paul Dini’s GOTHAM CITY SIRENS from DC Films has not been Dropped by Warner Bros. Pictures
Whilst there hasn’t been any news about that Harley Quinn lead Gotham City Sirens film from DC Films it doesn’t mean that the female centric flick hasn't been dropped.
A year ago, DC and Warner Bros announced that they were developing an adaptation of Paul Dini's limited comic book run of the same name, that would introduce two other iconic Batman Family anti-heroines, Catwoman and Poison Ivy, in a storyline that would potentially pit them against Gotham City crime boss Black Mask.
Bright Director David Ayer who directed the lacklustre Suicide Squad was linked to make the Gotham City Sirens film, but there's been little talk in recent months since he has been working on the Netflix film.
This is one of many films that DC has on the slate for gorgeous Australian Actress Margot Robbie, she is expected to return to her role in Suicide Squad 2 and has also been linked to a Harley/Joker spin-off with Jared Leto as well as voicing the fan favourite character in an Animated film for DC's forthcoming streaming service.
Earlier this month, Robbie said she had been developing another Harley Quinn project as well, explaining "I mean it's hard to kinda talk about it because all this stuff is under lock and key, but yeah I've been working on a separate spin-off for Harley for a while now.
Honestly, I don't think anyone knows what's going to be the next thing to happen, but I think everyone is keen to getting Harley back on screen so everyone is working on lots of different versions of what that could be."
Whatever comes first, we’ll be anticipating what comes next as Margot Robbie’s portrayal of Harley Quinn was easily the best thing about Suicide Squad.
Robbie returns to the big screen alongside Sebastian Stan and Allison Janney in I, Tonya on February 23 and voices Flopsy in the live action adaptation of Peter Rabbit on March 16.
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