New Harley Quinn Image Hails From The Final Day Of Shooting On Suicide Squad

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It was recently announced that Margot Robbie will reprise the role of Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad director David Ayer’s Gotham City Sirens. Very little is known about the movie at this stage, but it’s thought that it’ll team the fan-favourite villain up with Batman antagonists like Catwoman and Poison Ivy.

While there are other DC Comics adaptations fans would like to see Warner Bros. prioritize (where’s that Man of Steel sequel?), it’s still a cool concept, and this newly released behind the scenes image from Suicide Squad may very well help get you even more excited for it.

Taken by DCEU photographer Clay Enos, the photo in the gallery below was shot on the final day of filming. Of course, it’s worth pointing out that Suicide Squad underwent extensive reshoots – reshoots that ultimately ruined the final product – so chances are this wasn’t the last time Robbie suited up as The Joker’s Puddin’. Regardless, it’s a pretty stunning shot of the gorgeous Australian actress and has us looking forward to seeing her show up again in the DCEU as Harley Quinn.

Despite the negative reviews and a tepid response from fans, Suicide Squad was a box office hit. Still, it’s surprising that the studio is moving forward with a Harley Quinn centric spinoff before a sequel revolving around Task Force X, but it probably makes sense to focus on a character that they know works before going back to the drawing board with the villainous team as a whole.

With Ayer at the helm though, it’s too soon to say whether or not Gotham City Sirens will work. Hopefully both him and the studio have learned from their mistakes, but given how the DCEU has been unfolding so far, we can’t say that we have full confidence in the project just yet.

Until we hear more on what they have planned, we’ll continue to remain cautiously optimistic about Gotham City Sirens and look forward to seeing more behind the scenes goodies from Suicide Squad. Sure, the film’s already been out for months at this point, but it’s always interesting to get new, never before seen looks at it, right?