Opinions amongst fans and critics alike are all the over the place when it comes to Suicide Squad as a whole – yet, Robbie’s performance as Harley Quinn earned her nearly universal praise and is generally cited as a high point of the movie. Development is actively underway on a Suicide Squad spinoff that will center around Harley Quinn and feature other noteworthy female DC characters, with Robbie producing in addition to starring. Robbie’s win at the CCAs should only bolster that spinoff’s chances of getting a green-light sooner than later, as it illustrates the widespread popularity of Robbie’s version of the (unhinged) Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel.
Less clear is what the future holds for Davis’ version of Amanda Waller, when it comes to the DCEU. Davis, for her part, has a nice amount on her plate as it – what with her ongoing starring role in the hit TV series How to Get Away with Murder (which Davis was nominated for again at this year’s Critics’ Choice Awards) and upcoming projects on her to-do list like a Harriet Tubman biopic and a leading role in 12 Years a Slave director Steven McQueen’s heist thriller, Widows. With Harley Quinn due to reappear in the DCEU in the more immediate future, perhaps Miss Waller won’t be too far behind her.