Margot Robbie Praises Lady Gaga’s Harley Quinn Cast in ‘Joker 2’

Margot Robbie is very excited to announce that Lady Gaga is reportedly taking on the role of Harley Quinn in the upcoming ‘Joker’ sequel, officially titled ‘Joker: Folie à Deux’. Joaquin Phoenix, who won an Oscar for his role in the first “Joker” film, will be seen opposite Gaga. While reports claim that Gaga is taking on the role of Harley Quinn, neither Warner Bros. nor Gaga have confirmed what character she is playing. Robbie originated the live-action Harley on the big screen in Suicide Squad and reprized the role in Birds of Prey and The Suicide Squad.

“It makes me so happy because I said from the start that all I want is Harley Quinn to be one of those characters, like Macbeth or Batman are always passed from great actor to great actor,” Robbie said MTV News in a video interview. “Someone can do their Batman, or someone has to do their Macbeth.”

Robbie continued: “I feel like there aren’t that many cases of female characters – Queen Elizabeth I, but on top of that I also had to do a crack, which was an honor. I thought, ‘Wow! Cate Blanchett made Queen Elizabeth I. I’ll get to that now. It’s a great honor to have built a foundation strong enough that Harley can now be one of those characters that other actors can play. And I think she’s going to do something incredible with it.”

Joining Gaga and Phoenix, Joker: Folie à Deux stars returning star Zazie Beetz and newcomers Brendan Gleeson, Catherine Keener and Jacob Lofland.

Joker: Folie à Deux opens in Warner Bros. cinemas on October 4, 2024. Margot Robbie Praises Lady Gaga’s Harley Quinn Cast in ‘Joker 2’

Charles Jones

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