James Gunn defends Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn

James Gunn will carry out the new movie The Suicide Squad, where Margot Robbie will play Harley Quinn again. On this occasion, the director showed again how fascinated he is with the actress and her work.

The Suicide Squad is definitely one of the most anticipated films in the DC Extended Universe. On this occasion, Warner Bros. bet on the look of James Gunn and the great work that the director always does. Due to the few details that were released, the director set the goal of achieving an excellent film and for that he had a great cast, which was led by Margot Robbie in the skin of Harley Quinn.

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It is not news that James Gunn put The Suicide Squad among his priorities, and as a result a well-crafted project that meets expectations is expected, not like David Ayer's movie. For that, the director has a great cast, who is up to the task and who worked hard to achieve the actor's gaze. One of them is Margot Robbie, who will surprise us again as Harley Quinn. On more than one occasion, James Gunn showed his devotion to the actress's work and recently, he showed it again but on social networks.

One more fan

When a fan commented to the director that he dislikes the role of Margot Robbie, James Gunn was quick to correct those words, praising his setmate and showing his admiration for her acting skills. Get out of here, Harley Quinn is probably my favorite DC character. And Margot Robbie is probably the best actress I've ever worked with, without exception, "replied The Suicide Squad director. The image chosen by the filmmaker was a fan-art of Harley Quinn in the company of King Shark.

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Awesome #TheSuicideSquad #fanart by @mowaywayway that I think captures our vibe quite well. 🙌 BTW, thanks to so many of you for your awesome fan art. I try to like or share in my stories as much as possible, so keep it coming!

A post shared by James Gunn (@jamesgunn) on Sep 26, 2020 at 1:28 pm PDT

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