Birds of Prey: Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn looks intriguing and menacing in first poster of Suicide Squad spin-off
In Birds of Prey, Margot Robbie will reprise her Suicide Squad role as Harley Quinn, with Cathy Yan directing the film
Makers released the first look poster of Birds of Prey, starring Australian actor Margot Robbie on Wednesday.
The poster features the actor in popular Harley Quinn's avatar.
The 29-year-old actor appears surprisingly mysterious in her latest eye-catching look with other characters of the flick flying around her face.
With 'Mind over mayhem' written on Robbie's neck in pink, the poster is giving a cryptic feel to grab the audience's attention.
Check out Margot Robbie's first look as Harley Quinn
The earlier look of Harley Quinn depicted Robbie in a fresh ensemble which included red suspenders, a plastic jacket complete with multi-coloured streamers for shoulder pads and a pink tube top. The highlight of the look, however, is her silver choker which has the name 'Bruce' engraved in a dog tag pendant. This might be a sardonic reference to Bruce Wayne aka Batman. Robbie also sports Quinn's iconic red lips, blonde hair, and the heart tattoo.
Check out Margot Robbie's behind-the-scenes post as Harley Quinn
The flick in which Robbie will reprise her Suicide Squad role as Harley Quinn, with Cathy Yan directing the film, is set to hit the big screen on 7 February, 2020.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, several actresses are being tested with Robbie, including Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Margaret Qualley, and Cristin Milioti.
(With inputs from Asian News International)
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