An All-Female DC Villains Movie Starring Margot Robbie Is Actually Happening

An All-Female DC Villains Movie Starring Margot Robbie Is Actually Happening

We can all agree that Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn was just about the only thing that worked in “Suicide Squad,” right?

Amid the hordes of blob people, deafening music cues and a Joker we’ll never forgive Jared Leto for, Robbie shined, perfecting Quinn’s manic laugh, tough-as-nails personality and seriously skewed sense of right and wrong.

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The New ‘Suicide Squad’ Trailer Is Full Of Laughs, Harley Quinn And Batfleck

The New ‘Suicide Squad’ Trailer Is Full Of Laughs, Harley Quinn And Batfleck

 Finally, a break from the superhero doom and gloom.

A new trailer for “Suicide Squad“ debuted during the MTV Movie Awards, which aired Sunday, and we’re happy to report that there’s nary a dream sequence or Lex Luthor-like plotting in sight. Just bad girls, guys and crocs banding together to take some shots and save the world. Not necessarily in that order.

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‘Focus’ Trailer; Or, What Happens When Will Smith & Margot Robbie Replace Ben Affleck & K-Stew

By Nik

The first trailer for “Focus” has arrived. Will Smith stars as Nicky Spurgeon in the film, a grifter who teaches his “intern,” Jess Barrett (Margot Robbie), how to get in on the game. After almost getting together, the duo split until they meet again years later for a huge job. Co-starring Rodrigo Santoro and Gerald McRaney, “Focus” comes from writer-directors Glenn Ficarra and John Requa (“Crazy Stupid Love”), and had been fueling casting rumors for quite a while. At first, Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone were sought for the lead roles; then Kristen Stewart and Ben Affleck were attached. Fortunately, Smith and Robbie seem like fine con artists to us. “Focus” hits theaters Feb. 27, 2015.

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Replacing Kristen Stewart

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By Christina 

It looks like Warner Bros. found its replacement for Kristen Stewart. According to Variety, actress Margot Robbie has been chosen to co-star opposite Will Smith in “Focus,” the studio’s upcoming con artist comedy.

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