Since it was first conceived, the DC Extended Universe has, both in front of and behind the camera, been subjected to a plethora of unexpected developments. Margot Robbie’s portrayal of Harley Quinn, who has already acted in three different blockbuster films, is an example of a character in whom Warner Bros. has made a significant investment. But does the actress who was nominated for an Oscar still have interest in a romantic pairing between Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy for the DCEU? The final part of the finished multidefice is presented here.
Ever since she made her debut in Batman: The Animated Series and was subsequently adapted for a variety of other mediums, the character of Harley Quinn has been a fan favourite among DC Comics’ audience. Margot Robbie has garnered accolades from critics and audiences alike for all three of her performances, but fans are eager to see how she works with the other DC characters. This is especially true in the case of Poison Ivy, where two villainous women had romantic connections in the comics and in Kaley Cuoco’s animated series about Harley Quinn. Poison Ivy is a perfect example of this. A short while ago, ComicBook sent the following question to Robbie: “Would you be interested in bringing this story to the cinema in live action?”
I’ve spent years working toward accomplishing this goal. I have no idea how many times I insisted on it being done. I would like this as well. To tell you the truth, whenever I sit down to draw, my mind immediately goes to Poison Ivy in the comics. To tell you the truth, I have no idea how an actress might pull this off, but I agree that it would be amazing.
That certainly adds some excitement. It would appear that Margot Robbie was adamant that the romantic bond between Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy be included in the DC Extended Universe at all times. It is presently unknown when she will return to the shared universe, but we are keeping our fingers crossed that it will take place sooner rather than later. Even if she is not actually considering an actress who could portray a villainous Batman who is working on plants.
The words that Margot Robbie made about Harley Quinn and Ivy Lennox were extracted from an interview that Damien Chazelle had with her on her new drama Babylon. Eventually, we got around to talking about her time spent working in the DCEU, which is unquestionably a topic that comes up frequently in conversations between actresses and producers. When all is said and done, the superhero subgenre maintains its status as an influential driving force in the entertainment business. And in recent times, the DCEU has been successful in keeping the general population on edge.
Since Margot Robbie is not currently attached to any superhero movie, it is currently unknown when exactly she will play Harley Quinn in the fourth instalment of the DC Extended Universe. Fans are curious as to whether or not James Gunn will direct another “Suicide Squad” film (he just took on a significant leadership role in the studio), as well as whether or not the “Sirens of Gotham City” idea will ever be realised. Both appear to be chances for the studio to put Harley and Poison Ivy together, but the studio is keeping its cards close to its chest. Ivy, on the other hand, has not participated in any of DC’s recent ventures, including Matt Reeves’ version of the Batman. Despite the fact that the new Harley will soon be seen in theatres modelled after Lady Gaga as part of the Joker 2 film,
The film “Babylon,” starring Margot Robbie, is scheduled to hit theatres on December 23. To tide you over until then, have a look at when movies are scheduled to be released in 2023 so that you may organise trips to the movies for the new year. Regarding the DC Extended Universe, the franchise will return with Shazam! The Rage of the Gods will begin on March 17th.