Based on bestselling children’s book, the story follows a princess whose castle and royal wardrobe are destroyed by a dragon on the eve of her wedding.
Coming off its rapturous reaction at the Toronto International Film Festival — where Yahoo Entertainment called it one of the festival’s “hottest tickets” — the mockumentary-cum-biopic, I, Tonya, has released its first teaser trailer in advance of its Dec. 8 theatrical release. Directed by Craig Gillespie (of Lars and the Real Girl notoriety) the film stars a potentially Oscar-bound Margot Robbie as disgraced Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding, who was infamously implicated in a scandal to harm rival Nancy Kerrigan at the 1994 U.S. Figure Skating Championships. It’s safe to say that Robbie knows plenty about Harding’s rise and fall now, aided by American co-stars like Allison Janney, who plays the skater’s nightmare-inducing mother, LaVona Golden. Though she doesn’t have a big role in this trailer, The West Wing star has been singled out amongst the ensemble cast as a comic force to be reckoned with.
Editor’s note: The original version of this story ran in July 2016, as Harley Quinn was about to make her big-screen debut in Suicide Squad. With Saturday designated as the annual Batman Day, and DC celebrating by giving Harley a co-starring role coinciding with her 25th anniversary, we thought it was the perfect time to revisit our first-hand account of the strange origin of one of DC’s strangest characters from the man who dreamed her up. In the early 1990s, Paul Dini was a writer for hire, cranking out scripts for the ground-breaking, noirish Batman: The Animated Series, when inspiration struck.
Margot Robbie and Daisy Ridley also lend voices to Sony's animated update of Beatrix Potter's classic bunny tale.
Tonya Harding is a punch line and she knows it. But she'll no doubt be pleased with the new biopic "I, Tonya," which goes for laughs but also adds context to the skater’s familiar story.
Leto and Robbie will reprise the roles they played in the studio’s 2016 supervillain mash-up "Suicide Squad." The studio has not unveiled any logline other than a “criminal love story.”
With a curly mop of red hair sitting just behind her exaggerated forehead, and decked out in an all-black Tudor outfit, Robbie cuts an imposing figure.
See the new trailer for "Goodbye Christopher Robin," the story of A.A. Milne's creation of Winnie the Pooh after World War I, which stars Domhnall Gleeson and Margot Robbie.
After reports of a shakeup in the DC Extended Universe that might keep David Ayer from directing 'Gotham City Sirens,' he tweets out a Harley Quinn drawing
Cast members from "Game of Thrones" to "Breaking Bad" have tattooed themselves to commemorate the amazing projects they've worked on.
Clone everyone’s favorite handsome joker Ryan Reynolds. In some bizarro dimension Apartments.com pitchman Jeff Goldblum is let loose with rapper Lil Wayne, and … George Washington. The La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles somehow landed Will Ferrell to star in its 2016 awareness campaign, where he puts his trademark physical comedy to good use...
'Suicide Squad' costars promote film in U.K. by playing a game on BBC Radio One -- and Deadshot doesn't stand a chance vs. Harley Quinn's playful, relentless attack
Margot Robbie is going from Quinn to Queen. The actress, fresh from her standout performance as Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad, is attached to star in Queen of the Air, the Warner Bros. adaptation of the book by Dean N. Jensen. Andrew Lazar, one of the producers of the studio’s mega hit, American Sniper, is producing the period love drama, which has a script by Cat Vasko.
Suicide Squad crashes theaters this weekend and one member of the psychotic crew of antiheroes is already being talked up for her own solo spinoff: Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn. The character’s co-creator, Paul Dini, recently gave us a guided tour of Harley’s history; click through for some of his insights into Daddy’s Li’l Monster as we trace her path from animated second banana to DC movie superstar.
Margot Robbie plays the tattoo gun-wielding Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad, which hits theaters this Friday. Last year, Robbie’s co-stars revealed that they allowed her to give them matching “skwad” tattoos. “I heard about a misspelled word or two,” Leto said of his decision.
Margot Robbie responded to that now-infamous August 2016 Vanity Fair profile during a recent interview with Australia’s The Project. The Tarzan actress, who was fawned over by VF writer Rich Cohen in the widely criticized profile, agreed that it was a “really weird” story — even before it was published. In the profile, Cohen seems to ogle Robbie’s good looks and emphasizes her sex appeal over her acting chops.
Stephen Colbert hosted what he billed a “Live Late Show Post-Game Super-Show” on Sunday night that boasted a long guest list whose most significant component turned out to be Megyn Kelly. Early on in the show, Colbert tossed the football out of camera range to “the tall guy with the really big ears”—who proved to be President Obama, catching the football in the White House. An interview with Tina Fey and Margot Robbie, together to promote their new movie Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, was interrupted by a satellite interview from the site of the Super Bowl with MVP Von Miller.