Is Margot Robbie in Guardians of the Galaxy 3? What Role Does She Play?

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Is Margot Robbie in Guardians of the Galaxy 3? What Role Does She Play?

No, Margot Robbie has not been cast in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. Despite all the rumors, we can now confirm that she has yet to get a role in the movie as well as the Marvel Universe.

The long-awaited movie of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, has finally arrived on our screen and fans have been going crazy worldwide. And we can say that the movie is a hit already since reports suggest that it is all set to collect $260M+ in just 3 days.

The first film, which James Gunn directed, exceeded all expectations for the majority of spectators, guaranteeing that anticipation for the sequels would be great. The same cast is back for the third chapter of the Marvel trilogy, which brings James back together with Chris Pratt and many of your favorite characters.

In recent weeks, there has been a rumor that Marvel Studios wants to bring Margot Robbie to the Marvel Universe. With the release of Guardians of the Galaxy 3, many people are curious to know if she has been cast in the movie. Well, here’s your answer.

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Despite All the Hype and Rumors, Margot Robbie Is Nowhere to Be Found in Guardians of the Galaxy 3!

Margot Robbie played the notable role of Harley Quinn in the DC Universe and we can say that she can be a major addition to the Marvel Universe. No doubt, she can play a vital role to help Marvel Studious bring back all the hype they are known for. However, it appears we might have to wait a little more time for the confirmation since she has not been cast in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.

Margot Robbie has not been cast in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.Margot Robbie has not been cast in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.
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You read it right. Margot Robbie does not appear in the movie despite numerous cameos and special appearances throughout the film. However, it appears that many viewers are going into the film with the misconception that Robbie will indeed appear in the MCU picture. This is most likely the result of a strange Google error. Robbie is seen in a fast online search as a cast member for the upcoming film. However, it has been confirmed that it is an error. Additionally, the rumor about bringing her to the Marvel Universe might have added fuel to the fire.

The fact that numerous of Robbie’s Suicide Squad co-stars, including Daniela Melchior, Sylvester Stallone, and Jennifer Holland, also appear in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is most likely the cause of Google’s error. The same can be said for other of Gunn’s notable cameo performers, like Michael Rooker, Nathan Fillion, and others.

Robbie herself doesn’t have a part, most likely because she already has a full schedule of filming for upcoming projects like Greta Gerwig‘s Barbie, which comes out in July. Additionally, Margot and James previously worked together on the film The Suicide Squad. This probably made fans more excited.

Therefore, Robbie has not been cast in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. We, however, can expect her to be included in one of the MCU’s projects and the news might be announced sooner than we have been anticipating.

Rumors Suggest Margot Robbie Has Been Offered to Be Part of the Upcoming Fantastic Four Film!

Interestingly enough, new rumors have surfaced claiming that Matt Shakman has offered Margot Robbie the part of Sue Storm in the upcoming Fantastic Four film for the MCU. This has been linked to rumors suggesting that Paul Mescal will play the Human Torch (Sue’s brother) and that Adam Driver will play Sue’s husband Reed Richards.

Margot Robbie has reportedly been offered to play in the upcoming Fantastic Four film.Margot Robbie has reportedly been offered to play in the upcoming Fantastic Four film.
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Whatever the case, Robbie’s absence from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 lends credibility to these speculations and opens the door for whatever future roles Marvel Studios might choose to offer her (if not the Invisible Woman).