Harley Quinn’s Transformation Took Two-And-A-Half Hours A Day
As you’ll be able to think about, Margot Robbie’s transition into Harley Quinn would not occur instantaneously. It takes a workforce of proficient make-up artists to carry the character to life from the page-to-the-screen, and the method takes up a good little bit of time. As Robbie detailed to BBC Radio 1, Birds of Prey‘s make-up course of took about two-and-a-half hours, which Robbie known as “quite a feat” contemplating that it concerned full physique paint, pretend tattoos, the wig, the pretend, plus continuity-based blood and bruises — relying on the scene.
While almost three hours is a very long time, it was reportedly condensed from the almost six-or-seven-hour course of from Suicide Squad‘s Oscar-winning make-up workforce. Hopefully, this lengthy make-up course of took even much less time when Robbie reprised her position in James Gunn’s forthcoming The Suicide Squad, which began manufacturing shortly thereafter.