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Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn Gets Bad in Latest Suicide Squad Trailer

News Bot Jul 21, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    With Suicide Squad due in a couple of weeks, the latest batch of promo clips focus on the individual members of the movie's cast. So far we've had Viola Davis' Amanda Waller and Will Smith's Deadshot, and now a look at Harley Quinn, played by Margot Robbie. Check it out below:

    Suicide Squad is directed by David Ayer, who wrote the Oscar-winning Training Day and directed the likes of Fury and End of Watch. It also stars Jared Leto, Joel Kinnaman, Jai Courtney, and Jay Hernandez, and Ben Affleck will make a cameo appearance as Batman.
    In a recent interview with Slashfilm, Ayer confirmed that Batman was always going to be in the movie, and how exciting it was to have Affleck on board. "If you are going to do a DC comic book movie, you want Batman, I'm a little bit of a fanboy," he said. "It's something important to me. I think it's every filmmaker's dream to be able to be given such an iconic asset like that and really see when the suit shows up on set--you have Ben in the suit--it's really like, "F**k!" It's really cool."
    According to a recent report, Suicide Squad--which arrives on August 5--could pull in as much as $140 in the US for its opening, which would set a new August record. It could also become the biggest opening for a Will Smith movie. His current best-performer is 2007's I Am Legend, which made $77.2 million in the US for its debut weekend.


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