Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn on the set of Bird of Prey yesterday. (Credit: Backgrid)Filming is well and truly underway for new superhero movie Birds of Prey – and Harley Quinn is having such a good time that she’s serving up margaritas on set!
Margot Robbie was spotted getting into character in Los Angeles yesterday.
Clutching a tray of cocktails, the Australian actress had donned black striped cut-off denim shorts and a multi-coloured jacket made from plastic streamers as she transformed into her DC Comics alter-ego for the new superhero movie.
Harley served up cocktails to her co-stars as she filmed a scene. (Credit: Backgrid)With her hair tied back in Harley’s signature bunches, she was seen handing out margaritas to her co-stars as the cameras rolled.
Margot, who recently re-located to California with her British director husband Tom Ackerley, has been busy filming the 2016 Suicide Squad sequel.
Earlier in the day, Margot drove a vintage car as she shot another scene with a co-star in tow. She was also pictured filming ‘explosive’ scenes as she jumped from a moving vehicle earlier in the month.
Birds of Prey sees Harley team up with other female superheroes to save a young girl from the clutches of an evil crime lord.
Margot has transformed into her DC Comics alter-ego for the Suicide Squad sequel. (Picture: Backgrid)
Following on from the first Suicide Squad, which saw the likes of The Joker and Harley Quinn get into all sorts of world-ending trouble, the new movie will be a ‘total reboot’ of the original, producer Peter Safran recently revealed.
‘It’s everything you would hope from a James Gunn script and I think that says a lot and that promises a lot and I know that we will deliver a lot,’ he told JoBlo. The film is set for release in 2020.
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