“Playing a bad guy is always more fun than playing the good guy.” …Margot Robbie.
Margot Robbie says she’s often now and then pushing for Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn’s closest companion, and love interest, to make a big appearance in the DC Extended Universe. “Trust me, I bite their ear off about it constantly. They should be tired of hearing it, yet I’m like, ‘Poison Ivy, Poison Ivy. Please, how about we do it,'” Robbie told Den of Geek. “I’m exceptionally keen to see a Harley-Poison Ivy relationship on screen. It’d be so fun. So I’ll continue to hassle them.”Poison Ivy first appeared in DC Comics in Batman issue no. 181 as botanist Lillian Rose.
Nevertheless, after the Crisis on Infinite Earths, her history was reshaped, and she became Pamela Isley – a botanist. She was experimented with by Jason Woodrue and acquired abilities to control plant life. All through the comics, Ivy is regularly coordinated with Harley Quinn – dispassionately and personally. In the HBO Max animated series Harley Quinn, Ivy is her romantic partner. Although, Ivy’s only live-action movie appearance has been in the 1997’s Batman and Robin, played by Uma Thurman. A variation adaptation of the character showed up in television’s Gotham. Robbie finished up, “On the off chance that you read the comics, you will realize that Harley Quinn & Poison Ivy have an intimate relationship. In certain comics, they pass on it as a friendship; in different comics, you can see that they’re very indulged as a couple.
I’ve been attempting to – I couldn’t imagine anything better than to have Poison Ivy tossed into the universe because the Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy relationship is one of my favorite parts of the comics, so I’m hoping to explore that relationship on screen.”