This Iconic DC Role Has A Lot Of Rules To Be Followed...
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Playing an iconic supervillain role is no easy task -- especially for Margot Robbie, who stole every scene she appeared in for 2016’s Suicide Squad. When another actor decides to go all method for a role, there’s not really much you can do. This was definitely the case for Margot Robbie in Suicide Squad. As Jared Leto shaved his whole body and transformed into The Joker, Marogt Robbie was forced to go along with the ride, pretty much abiding by the rules and standard Leto set to get into character. Harley Quinn was first introduced in Batman: The Animated Series and her voice was one of the more iconic parts of the show. To help transform into the live-action role of Harley Quinn, Robbie had some strict voice-acting rules to ensure she played the part right. Thankfully, the Australian actress was already used to changing her voice after playing a key role in “The Wolf of Wall Street”.
The actress was fully committed to performing the part, but there were some pretty strict rules to follow along the way. Learn what it was like for Margot on-set, how the director forced her into something on the first day, and what it was like performing with a method actor like Jared Leto. Many of these rules and restrictions transferred over to her role in the upcoming Birds of Prey movie as well.
Join us at Screenrant as we break down Margot Robbie’s iconic role and her big turn as Harley Quinn in the DCEU!
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