Monday, September 26, 2016

‘Suicide Squad’ Margot Robbie’s Reaction is Epic After Seeing Harley Quinn on Screen for the First Time!

‘Suicide Squad’ Margot Robbie’s Reaction is Epic After Seeing Harley Quinn on Screen for the First Time!

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Margot Robbie jumps in joy after seeing herself as Harley Quinn in DC Comics big-screen Adaptation of “Suicide Squad” at CinemaCon in Las Vegas. Her reaction was epic.

The beautiful starlet is another Australian name who made it to the A-Lister show CinemaCon with Warner Bros’ upcoming movie “Suicide Squad.” Robbie is playing the iconic wacky, fun loving, and extremely dangerous DC villain Harley Quinn in the film.

The stars come to attend the movie trade to showcase a glimpse of their movies. They, in general, leave the stage as soon as their rapid speech is delivered. However, Robbie along with her “Suicide Squad” co-stars made an exception at CinemaCon. As footage from the anarchic DC Comics adventure rolled, the cast including Jared Leto (The Joker), Will Smith (Deadshot), fellow Aussie Jai Courtney (Boomerang), and Cara Delevingne (Enchantress) together stood in close proximity on the stage corner beneath the big screen to watch it, reports News.

Suicide Squad Margot Robbie's Epic Reaction at at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, She is playing DC villain Harley Quinn in the film, Release date August 4 2016 facebook.com/SuicideSquad
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Robbie’s thrill at what she watched was topped with a high-five to co-star Jay Hernandez.

“This one is really special,” Smith had stated earlier. “This group of people — we’ve bonded, we’ve become friends. And we feel we’ve created something really special.”

Check out the trailer of Suicide Squad here:

The 25-year-old Focus star reappeared on the stage after a while, presenting one more big blockbuster season release of The Legend of Tarzan (July 7).

Robbie held the arm of co-star Alexander Skarsgard and concluded it was a “special privilege” to team with the Swede to “re-imagine the legendary characters of Tarzan and Jane.” “Let me assure you,” she added, “this Jane is no damsel in distress.”

Directed by David Ayer, “Suicide Squad” follows a story of a group of Gotham’s most despicable villains, united by the U.S. government to pull off a no-hope mission. Ayer expressed, the movie would be “like spending a couple of hours with the coolest kids in school.”

“Suicide Squad” opens in Australia on Aug. 4.