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Margot Robbie Shocked Zack Snyder Killed Harley Quinn, but Says That’s the Appeal of DC Films

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Margot Robbie Updates: Margot Robbie declared in another meeting with Entertainment Weekly that she’s taking a break from Harley Quinn and the DC film universe after the consecutive creations of Cathy Yan’s “Flying predators” and James Gunn’s “The Suicide Squad.” The entertainer presently doesn’t have any DC films arranged for what’s to come.

Robbie said, “I was similar to, yikes, I need a break from Harley in light of the fact that she’s debilitating,” Robbie told EW. “I don’t have the foggiest idea when we’re next going to see her. I’m similarly as captivated as every other person is.”

Robbie’s meeting with Entertainment Weekly occurred in June, and the Oscar chosen one seemed stunned when the conversation went to Zack Snyder’s choice to kill Harley Quinn in the epilog of “Zack Snyder’s Justice League.”

A discussion between Ben Affleck’s Batman and Jared Leto’s Joker set in the Knightmare course of events uncovers Harley Quinn passed on in Batman’s arms. While the DC universe is soon to dispatch a multiverse with numerous emphases of a similar person, Robbie is the Harley Quinn in the course of events with Affleck and Leto.

What did Margot Robbie say about Harley Quinn’s Death?

Margot Robbie
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Robbie’s Harley Quinn appeared inverse Leto’s Joker in “Self-destruction Squad,” which incorporated an Affleck/Batman appearance.

EW reports that Robbie was “really surprised” over the uncover. The entertainer added, “I get it’s similar to the funnies. The film form of the DC universe, I really believe they’re a ton like the funnies. You get one comic and something’s going on and afterward, you get the following comic, and possibly that character’s not alive, perhaps that character’s not with that individual, possibly that character looks totally changed.

Every film is its own kind of thing, and I feel that works in the comic book world, and I imagine that works in the DC film world also.”

Robbie proceeded, “dislike Marvel where everything is all the more clearly connected in a more direct manner. It seems like there are countless nearby stories, universes, and movies occurring simultaneously, actually like there are in the funnies.

Thus, no doubt, I didn’t realize that, however, it doesn’t really change how others can manage this universe, I don’t think. What one chief concludes I don’t figure directs what another chief could possibly get and do with the world and the characters, which is enjoyable.

I imagine that is an engaging perspective for chiefs in the DC world, they can make it their own, the manner in which James did. He didn’t need to be obliged to the rendition that David Ayer set up. He could get it and make it his own, which I’m certain was more engaging for him.”