A Joker And Harley Quinn Movie Is In The Works With Margot Robbie And Jared Leto

It seems as if Warner Bros.

and DC are announcing more films as the days go by.

Just after a Joker origins movie was announced earlier this week, there are now reports that we are going to receive a movie focusing on the relationship between Joker and Harley Quinn.

As reported by Deadline, this movie will see the return of Margot Robbie and Jared Leto playing Harley Quinn and Joker respectively.

John Requa & Glenn Ficarra are in talks to both write and direct the spinoff movie. The pair have worked on comedies in the past such as 'Bad Santa', 'Crazy, Stupid Love' and more.

Suicide Squad 2 is also still in the pipeline as well as Gotham City Sirens.

It's being said the latter movie is being pushed back in favor of the new Joker and Harley Quinn movie.

Gothan City Sirens is also going to have Harley Quinn, but was also going to feature Catwoman and Poison Ivy in main roles.

It seems as if Warner Bros. keeps throwing a lot of ideas at the moment regarding DC movies. Hopefully all these announced movies actually get made.

The oddest decision recently is them creating the Joker origins movie that is separate to the current DCEU. This means we will have two DC movie universes going on at the same time.

However, this is good news for Jared Leto as he was upset that most of his scenes were cut in the first Suicide Squad movie.

Now that he is set to appear in more movies, hopefully the next time around he gets more screen time. We should know more details about DC's movies in the coming months.

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