The Suicide Squad: James Gunn Explains Why Harley Quinn is His Favorite Character to Write


As revealed throughout The Suicide Squad FanDome panel, writer-director James Gunn has loads of new, never-before seen toys to play with in his subsequent superhero film. On the panel alone, he revealed Idris Elba is portraying Bloodsport and Peter Capaldi is The Thinker, to identify however just a few. But, even so, his favourite character to write is Harley Quinn, as performed by Margot Robbie, bar none.

The breakout fan favourite character in 2016’s Suicide Squad, Robbie’s interpretation of the one-time Joker henchwoman turned antihero extraordinaire was so profitable that Harley acquired her spinoff on this 12 months’s Birds of Prey film. And like nearly everybody else who’s gotten the possibility to write or painting the character, who was initially created for Batman: The Animated Sequence by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm, and voiced by Arleen Sorkin, Gunn couldn’t resist the anarchic glee Quinn brings to the written web page or display screen.

“I feel the character I used to be most excited to write for was Harley Quinn,” Gunn defined. “I cherished this character ever since Paul Dini first put her in animated reveals. I feel there’s a type of chaotic trickster god nature to her, the place she’s simply at all times going off in random instructions. As a author that’s a very enjoyable factor to take care of, as a result of she takes you to locations the place you don’t know you’re going to go. So loads of it was me writing for Harley, and loads of it was Harley doing among the writing for me throughout The Suicide Squad.”

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Gunn is not the primary author to have that impression of the character, who gained over Robbie a lot whereas filming the primary Suicide Squad film she started exploring then the potential of growing and producing a by-product movie. It additionally may clarify why Gunn is returning the character to extra of her unique look in Batman: The Animated Sequence with a black and pink shade scheme.

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