The Suicide Squad is an upcoming Action directed by James Gunn and Writers John Ostrander "The Suicide Squad" While The Suicide Squad will seek to position itself as its own film, this James Gunn-directed film will bring back characters who have participated in other DC film installments and in particular will mark Margot Robbie's third appearance as Harley Quinn. In that sense, although everything indicates that this film will not delve much in connections with Suicide Squad (2016) and Birds of Prey (2020), recently Robbie detailed how this version of Harley will compare with previous interpretations of the character of her. Thus, in an interview with the Toronto Sun, Robbie not only explained how the evolution of her character will be but she also stated that she will finally be completely free from the influence of the Joker. Although it was quite popular, the representation of Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad did not go without criticism regarding her wardrobe and relationship with the Joker.
In that sense it should be noted that this change in Quinn's attitude in The Suicide Squad will also be complemented by a renewal in the appearance of the character who will now wear his classic red and black tones hand in hand with an outfit inspired by Batman: Arkham. All while she will leave behind the tattoo that said "Rotten" on her cheek. In fact, in a question and answer session (via Screen Rant) James Gunn himself explained that he and Robbie wanted to get rid of that tattoo. The 'Prisoners' actor is one of the interpreters who can boast that he has been in several live-action superhero films from both Marvel and DC, however in a recent interview where David Dastmalchian talks about 'The Suicide Squad', he revealed that this adaptation is one of the ones that have surprised him the most. It must be remembered that Dastmalchian acted in the two installments of 'Ant-Man' and in 'The Dark Knight', so his career in the world of comic book heroes led him to be part of 'The Suicide Squad', Directed by James Gunn where he plays the criminal Polka-Dot Man, Batman's minor villain.
Principal photography commenced on August 15, 2020 in California, United States and concluded on July, 30, 2021.