At last, some positive DC news.
It’s safe to say that Harley Quinn never looked back after her inception 30 years ago, which makes this month historic for the DC world. The character first debuted in the highly acclaimed animated series Batman: The Animated Series. As she gained popularity, she subsequently entered the DC canon and became a prominent character in her own right.
In David Ayer‘s Suicide Squad, the beloved anti-hero made her debut in a live-action movie. The movie received mixed reviews, but Margot Robbie‘s outstanding performance as the Clown Prince of Crime’s dependable henchwoman/love interest resonated with the fanbase, leading to her involvement in more projects over the past six years.
Now, James Gunn recently stated that Harley would appear in a future project, in case you were concerned that Warner Bros. Discovery’s DCEU shake-up may have an impact on her future.
The Suicide Squad director, who was commemorating the 30th anniversary of the famous character, simply said “yes” when asked by a fan on Twitter if Harley will be returning to the DCEU, but he did not provide a specific timeframe.
Gunn intimated in a different reaction that he would collaborate with the Australian actress on other DCEU projects, which is undoubtedly a great victory for all of us.