This year is full of films for those who love action and super heroes, but it’s also the year in which antiheroes and bad guys will take over the big screen with David Ayer’s Suicide Squad. Lovers have been handled to trailer, toys, a calendar, and even the guarantee of a spin-off film presenting Harley Quinn, only making the enjoyment and expectation develop even bigger.
While Suicide Squad features both women and male figures, all eyes are on Margot Robbie’s personality Harley Quinn, best known to many as the Joker’s accomplice and lover as well as friend to other super-villain Poison Ivy. Harley Quinn created her first appearance in Batman: The Animated Sequence in 1992 generating the leap to the comic in 1993. Harley is known for her humorousness, intellect, and risky personality, which raises the question: Will Robbie’s efficiency keep those traits?
In the new create issue of EW, the women of Suicide Squad started out up about their figures and how they prepared for these positions. When talking about Harley Quinn, Robbie said, while she tried to play into the comedy side of the, David Ayer directed her into a different style.
Harley Quinn varies between crazy & psychotic, sometimes bending more on one of these sides (depending on which edition you watch/read/play), so it shouldn’t come as unexpected if this edition has its own system for Harley’s unusual character.
Suicide Squad represents the live-action movie first appearance of Harley Quinn, Enchantress, and Katana – Amanda Waller formerly showed up in Green Lantern, performed by Angela Bassett, as well as on The CW’s Arrow performed by Cynthia Addai-Robinson. It will be exciting to see what Ayer’s strategy to these figures was and how much they will vary not only from the comic but from their other versions as well. (Suicide Squad Movie Online)