Margot Robbie gets utterly unhinged with the comic world’s baddest supervillain
SUICIDE SQUAD (Aug. 5) As Harley Quinn, Robbie joins a group of villains recruited by the U.S. government

AFTER HER STAR-MAKING role in The Wolf of Wall Street in 2013, Margot Robbie was convinced she’d never work again. Then best known for stints on the Australian soap opera Neighbours and the short-lived ABC drama Pan-Am, she’d been handpicked by Martin Scorsese to star opposite Leonardo DiCaprio. She feared the bar had been set too

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