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James Gunn Confirms A Margot Robbie Scene In Suicide Squad Is ‘The Coolest Action Sequence Ever’

James Gunn Confirms A Margot Robbie Scene In Suicide Squad Is ‘The Coolest Action Sequence Ever’

Director James Gunn has confirmed that a Margot Robbie, who plays Harley Quinn, scene in the upcoming Suicide Squad movie is the coolest action sequence he has ever shot in a post on Twitter.

Following the exciting trailer of Suicide Squad, fans are eagerly awaiting the release date of the movie, August 4, 2021. At the same time, James Gunn has been continuing to increase the excitement of the fans by giving some details about the movie on social media.

According to a report by Screen Rant, James Gunn praised Robbie’s flexibility and athleticism, which he stated that ‘it is the biggest action scene I’ve ever done’ specifically for Robbie and Harley.

Here’s what James Gunn said:

“She can do anything. Or I thought she could do anything. And then one day she had to sing and I said, ‘OK, well you can do everything but one thing.’ But she’s such a great actress. She embodies the character. She’s able to do the comedy. She’s able to do the drama. And physically, she is a pure athlete and is able to do these stunts in such a graceful, magnificent, beautiful way.

And so I wrote the biggest action scene I’ve ever done all around (Robbie’s character) Harley, and it was so fun to create just on every level from working with the stunt guys all the way through to working with her. It’s probably my favorite four minutes of film I’ve ever shot before.”

The director also took to Twitter and confirmed the report from Screen Rant and repeated his words by praising Margot Robbie and her Harley Quinn scene. He said that the upcoming movie is probably the coolest action sequence he has ever shot. He tweeted:

“This is true. Not only the most fun I’ve ever had on set, and the most impressed I ever was with a performer, it’s probably the coolest action sequence I’ve ever shot. #TheSuicideSquad The Suicide Squad”

Check out the Twitter post below.

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