Deleted Suicide Squad Set Photo Provides Harley Quinn Origin Story Clue

Is WB ever going to let anyone market this movie?

Recommended Videos

Spoilers! The kind you were totally expecting, but still.

Warner Bros. just can’t seem to keep a lid on Suicide Squad. The fans are just too hungry. They were already mad at us for… wanting to see the movie’s trailer, and now Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn stunt double, Ingrid Kleinig, has had to delete her entire Instagram account after posting a fairly minor spoiler—or at least one that doesn’t surprise us.

What is the world coming to!? (Scroll down for spoilery details.)

large

The picture Kleinig posted, which you can of course still see in screen grab form, shows the movie’s Ace Chemicals set, which figures into the origins of both the Joker and Harley Quinn in the Suicide Squad comics. In the comics, the Joker threw Dr. Harleen Quinzel into the same vat of chemicals at the plant that turned him into the villain he is now, so while it’s still up in the air whether or not we’ll get an on-screen Joker origin, it seems pretty likely we’ll see Harley’s transformation.

Or they could just be using the plant as a hideout as a little homage for fans, but an origin story for Harley’s first screen appearance makes sense—especially one straight from the pages of Suicide Squad comics. What do you think?

(via Uproxx)

—Please make note of The Mary Sue’s general comment policy.—

Do you follow The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?


The Mary Sue is supported by our audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a small affiliate commission. Learn more
related content
Read Article One of ‘Mad Max’s Most Iconic Villains Is Returning in ‘Furiosa’
Immortan Joe stares down at the camera, surrounded by his sons and henchmen.
Read Article Chris Pratt, Star of ‘Garfield,’ Doesn’t Like Lasagna and the Internet Is Rightfully Mad
Chris Pratt spotted out in Los Angeles
Read Article Max’s Best Friend: The True Story Behind ‘The Road Warrior’s Most Loyal Companion
Mel Gibson in Mad Max: The Road Warrior
Read Article Let’s See What Makes ‘Mad Max’s Newest Villain Tick
Dementus (Chris Hemsworth) stands in a tent surrounded by other gang members.
Read Article Oscar Isaac Is Our Lord and Savior (In His Next Movie)
Oscar Isaac as Duke Leto Atreides in 'Dune'
Related Content
Read Article One of ‘Mad Max’s Most Iconic Villains Is Returning in ‘Furiosa’
Immortan Joe stares down at the camera, surrounded by his sons and henchmen.
Read Article Chris Pratt, Star of ‘Garfield,’ Doesn’t Like Lasagna and the Internet Is Rightfully Mad
Chris Pratt spotted out in Los Angeles
Read Article Max’s Best Friend: The True Story Behind ‘The Road Warrior’s Most Loyal Companion
Mel Gibson in Mad Max: The Road Warrior
Read Article Let’s See What Makes ‘Mad Max’s Newest Villain Tick
Dementus (Chris Hemsworth) stands in a tent surrounded by other gang members.
Read Article Oscar Isaac Is Our Lord and Savior (In His Next Movie)
Oscar Isaac as Duke Leto Atreides in 'Dune'
Author
Dan Van Winkle
Dan Van Winkle (he) is an editor and manager who has been working in digital media since 2013, first at now-defunct Geekosystem (RIP), and then at The Mary Sue starting in 2014, specializing in gaming, science, and technology. Outside of his professional experience, he has been active in video game modding and development as a hobby for many years. He lives in North Carolina with Lisa Brown (his wife) and Liz Lemon (their dog), both of whom are the best, and you will regret challenging him at Smash Bros.