In the up and coming side project of 2016’s chaotic situation Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn has liberated herself from her long-lasting sweetheart, the Joker. The nearly too-long title of the film, Birds of Prey (and the Fabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), even educates this reality. Notwithstanding this obvious reference to the notorious insane comedian character, just as the different notices of him in the trailer for the exceptionally foreseen DC Comics venture, Joker, who was played by Jared Leto in Suicide Squad, doesn’t show up in the real Bird of Prey film itself. As indicated by Variety, Margot Robbie, who will repeat her job as Harley, affirmed that “Leto’s manifestation of the character doesn’t show up, not even as an appearance”. She disclosed to Screen Rant, “In this film however we’re investigating her not being with Joker.”
This news isn’t altogether stunning, because of how undesirable and harmful Harley and “Mista J’s” relationship has consistently been, a supposition that Margot seconds. She has never comprehended “why the uncontrollably splendid, shaky character” of Harley Quinn “would remain in an association with the Joker…who ‘needs to kill her more often than not.'” “What’s constantly amazed me,” she disclosed to Screen Rant, “and I said this when publicizing Suicide Squad, the primary film, is that her association with Joker consistently confused me the most. That was what took me the longest to get my head around.”
In spite of the fact that Jared’s Joker won’t disturb Harley’s post-separation high, Margot had some benevolent words for Joker—the Joaquin Phoenix-featuring Todd Phillips film, that is. In spite of the fact that she thought Joaquin “made a sensational showing” in his job, she called attention to that Birds of Prey varies significantly from Joker as far as tone. “I feel like the ‘Joker’ film was significantly more grounded. Our own is extraordinary. It’s elevated.” Margot stars in Birds of Prey as well as delivered it too, and it is set to hit theaters on February seventh, 2020.