Margot Robbie Spills The Tea On Standalone 'Harley Quinn' Film On 'GMA'

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Dec. 4 2018, Published 7:26 p.m. ET

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Margot Robbie dished the dirt on her upcoming Harley Quinn solo film during an appearance on Good Morning America Tuesday morning. She stopped by the New York City studios and revealed new details about the action flick.

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The 28-year-old wore a white mini dress with a cinched waist and riffled neckline. She added a dash of glam with her shiny red lipstick and black stiletto boots.

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The movie has an unusually long name and is a standalone film for the DC Comics supervillian. The film is entitled Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) and will premiere in 2020.

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“It’s going to be fantabulous as our title might convey…the title kind of says it all,” she joked.

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Margot said, “It’s not really like a straight-up serious film. It’s a little fun, it’s got a Harley flair to it. It’s a girl gang film, and we’ve got a wicked young director directing, Cathy Yan directing. It’s going to be good.”

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The Mary Queen of Scots star portrayed Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad in 2016. She starred alongside Jared Leto, Will Smith, Viola Davis, and Cara Delevingne.

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