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Harley Quinn Gets A Porn Parody Even Before A Standalone Film

'Harley In The Nuthouse XXX' is interestingly scheduled to open a few days before the premiere of 'Suicide Squad'
by John Paulo Aguilera | Jul 28, 2016
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If the character of Harley Quinn (played by the irresistible Margot Robbie) is not one of your reasons to watch the upcoming Suicide Squad movie, either you're as insane as her or you fancy the likes of the Joker and Killer Croc.

Seeing Harley struggle to fit in those teeny tiny dual-colored shorts was truly a sight for sore eyes and ended up with us being crazy about her. So imagine how ecstatic we were upon learning that she is slated to get her own standalone film...

Warner Bros. Pictures obviously took advantage of Margot and the mad scientist's similarly seductive traits, as seen in the considerable amount of airtime she had in God-knows-how-many trailers released. One company though, decided to take it a bit further.

Adult-film studio Brazzers is slated to launch the porn parody Harley in the Nuthouse XXX, which supposedly sheds light on the former Arkham Asylum psychiatrist's incarceration.

Starring Margot's adult-film counterpart Riley Reid, the X-rated version is interestingly scheduled to open a few days before the actual Suicide Squad premiere. Whether or not it does any good to DC Comics' anti-hero ensemble, we have yet to see.

In the meantime, check out the chilling trailer:

 

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