A photo of Margot Robbie from November 2nd, 2016 surfaced on Reddit this weekend, which shows the actress reading “Harley Quinn Vol 3. Kiss Kiss Bang Stab”, a graphic novel that collects several Harley Quinn comics.
Margot Robbie is a producer on Gotham City Sirens, and was possibly doing some homework on the character for the upcoming movie. She could just be reading it for her own personal pleasure too though. ComicBook.com has more on the exact page Robbie was reading:
And to be even more specific, Robbie was scanning page 34 of the Valentine’s Day Special. That story, which is titled “Just Batty Over You,” involves Harley Quinn robbing from a crooked, greedy Wall Street banker and using those funds to win a date with millionaire bachelor Bruce Wayne — who auctioned himself off to raise money for an animal shelter. It features two fun and humorous dream sequences. Harley dreams of being married to Mistah Wayne. It starts off great and lovey dovey, but she literally shoots him down when he tries to convince her to become a one-woman baby-making factory. Bruce also dreams (hallucinates!) of being married to Harley. It too starts off swell (not for Alfred!), but he has to use every trick in the book to keep her content. It’s cute!
It concludes with Bruce and Harley having a nice, classy dinner date and her stealing a kiss. While she ponders what might be with Mistah Wayne on the rooftop of her apartment, Batman swoops in and gives her some friendly advice. She steals a kiss from him, too, and offers him some friendly advice as well: “You should do yerself a favor an’ take some kissin’ lessons from yer millionaire friend some time.”
Robbie reading a Batman heavy Harley Quinn comic gives me hope that the Dark Knight himself could make a cameo in Gotham City Sirens, but that’s just wishful thinking on my part at this point. Part of the reason Gotham City Sirens is being made is because Robbie fell in love with Harley Quinn comics while shooting Suicide Squad, so it’s cool to actually see her enjoying them as she travels.