Raise your hand to someone who doesn’t like a good sauce, but when things aren’t, they aren’t. Kaley Cuoco, recently in the spotlight for the debut of her new series The Flight Attendant, has chosen to end the rumors of her confrontation with fellow actress Margot Robbie ( Me, Tonya, The Wolf of Wall Street ). What do both interpreters have in common? Certain physical characteristics, that is clear, but in this case, we are referring to a character with first and last names: Harley Quinn.
While Robbie is in charge of giving life to the character in the live-action films of the DC Comics Cinematic Universe, Suicide Squad and Birds of Prey, the unforgettable one for her role as Penny in The Big Bang Theory is in charge of lending her voice to the Batman’s adversary in the animated series Harley Quinn, which already has two seasons on the DC Universe streaming platform.
However, despite the rumors that have circulated on social networks for months -especially coinciding with the last Comic-Con-, there is no kind of bad vibes between both actresses and this has been assured by Cuoco in his recent interview with Interview Magazine.
Similarly, at the beginning of this 2020, the producer of the animated series Justin Halpern, denied the rumors that Robbie had interfered with the fiction: “Margot was interested in what we were doing and we spoke a couple of times with her, but basically because she was curious while doing Birds of Prey. So we met, we introduced her to a couple of episodes and our general arc and she was very thoughtful and kind, she just listened and that was it. ”
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Far from interferences between projects, Cuoco and Robbie remain linked to the character, but in different ways: Robbie will once again be Harley in the James Gunn film The Suicide Squad, which opens in summer 2021, while HBO Max has announced the third season of animated fiction starring Cuoco in the lead voice.