Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn and Jared Leto’s Joker will NOT be returning in Suicide Squad sequel

Looks like we’ve seen the end of Daddy’s Lil Monster and Mistah J.

Margot Robbie is not set to return as signature character Harley Quinn in the Suicide Squad sequel according to a new report from Forbes

The 28-year-old Australian actress was also rumored to be starring as the psychotic villain in a standalone film with Jared Leto who plays the Joker but that has also been scrapped claims the publication.

The 47-year-old 30 Seconds To Mars frontman was also reported to have his own solo film as well but it seems as if that also has fallen by the wayside. 

Batman wins? Margot Robbie will not be returning as Harley Quinn and Jared Leto's Joker has also been scrapped according to a new report from Forbes

Batman wins? Margot Robbie will not be returning as Harley Quinn and Jared Leto's Joker has also been scrapped according to a new report from Forbes

Batman wins? Margot Robbie will not be returning as Harley Quinn and Jared Leto’s Joker has also been scrapped according to a new report from Forbes

Forbes contributor Mark Hughes wrote:  ‘The Suicide Squad sequel, meanwhile, is moving forward as a sort of soft reboot to some extent, and is expected to have a new cast of characters and avoid direct tie-in to the first film’s events. 

‘Harley Quinn is not expected to return, and James Gunn’s script will be a new approach and rethinking of the property. 

‘The Mad Love-type Joker and Harley Quinn film has also fallen by the wayside, as has the solo Joker project for Jared Leto’s version of the character from Suicide Squad.’ 

Daddy's Lil Monster: The 28-year-old actress was rumored to return as Harley in the Suicide Squad sequel as well as a standalone film with Joker but both reportedly have been scrapped

Daddy's Lil Monster: The 28-year-old actress was rumored to return as Harley in the Suicide Squad sequel as well as a standalone film with Joker but both reportedly have been scrapped

Daddy’s Lil Monster: The 28-year-old actress was rumored to return as Harley in the Suicide Squad sequel as well as a standalone film with Joker but both reportedly have been scrapped

Moving on: The Oscar winner pictured at the BAFTA awards over the weekend 

Moving on: The Oscar winner pictured at the BAFTA awards over the weekend 

Moving on: The Oscar winner pictured at the BAFTA awards over the weekend 

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There is also a Joaquin Phoenix Joker film which is set for release in October which is intended to be the first in a series of films separate from the shared DC Extended Universe.

There have been plenty of shake-ups in the DC cinematic universe as of late as last month it was reported that fired Guardians Of The Galaxy director James Gunn was ‘in talks’ to direct the Suicide Squad sequel he was already hired by Warner Bros. to write.

If true, the supervillain flick – hitting theaters in August 2021 – would mark the disgraced 52-year-old’s successful crossover from the Marvel Comics universe to the DC Comics universe.

‘It’s not being labeled a direct sequel but as a relaunch,’ a source told THR.

At the helm? Fired Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn is reportedly 'in talks' to direct the Suicide Squad sequel he was already hired by Warner Bros. to write (pictured in 2017)

At the helm? Fired Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn is reportedly 'in talks' to direct the Suicide Squad sequel he was already hired by Warner Bros. to write (pictured in 2017)

At the helm? Fired Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn is reportedly ‘in talks’ to direct the Suicide Squad sequel he was already hired by Warner Bros. to write (pictured in 2017)

‘Gunn’s focus is to take the franchise in a new direction with a mostly all-new cast of characters and actors. The project is very much rooted in Gunn’s vibe, as seen in the Guardians movies.’

Robbie and Leto are not the only big name Suicide Squad cast members reported to be leaving the franchise as Ben Affleck is officially out for Warner Bros.’ upcoming superhero movie The Batman, a project Affleck was once set to star in, write and direct. 

There had been rumors for months that Affleck was leaving the franchise, but last month it was reported by Deadline that The Batman will focus on a ‘younger Bruce Wayne.’

Affleck made his DC Extended Universe (DCEU) debut as the Caped Crusader in 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, while making a cameo in 2016’s Suicide Squad and then starring in 2017’s Justice League. 

Ben out as Batman: Last month it was reported that Ben Affleck (pictured with Gal Gadot and director Zack Snyder on the set of Justice League) is not playing the title character in Warner Bros.' The Batman

Ben out as Batman: Last month it was reported that Ben Affleck (pictured with Gal Gadot and director Zack Snyder on the set of Justice League) is not playing the title character in Warner Bros.' The Batman

Ben out as Batman: Last month it was reported that Ben Affleck (pictured with Gal Gadot and director Zack Snyder on the set of Justice League) is not playing the title character in Warner Bros.’ The Batman

 

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