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The Real Reason Harley's Face Tattoo Was Removed for The Suicide Squad

In both Suicide Squad, the 2016 film, and Birds of Prey, Harley Quinn had the word, "Rotten," inked on her right jaw. She wore it proud, as if to hurl that rotten tomato that the first movie earned back at the critics. However, writer-director James Gunn's upcoming not-a-sequel/not-a-reboot, The Suicide Squad, casually discards this tattoo of hers. So, what brought about the change in Harley's appearance?

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The Real Reason Harley's Face Tattoo Was Removed for The Suicide Squad

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    Here's Why Harley Quinn's Face Tattoo Was Removed For 'The Suicide Squad'

    In both Suicide Squad, the 2016 film, and Birds of Prey, Harley Quinn had the word, "Rotten," inked on her right jaw. She wore it proud, as if to hurl that rotten tomato that the first movie earned back at the critics. However, writer-director James Gunn's upcoming not-a-sequel/not-a-reboot, The Suicide Squad, casually discards this tattoo of hers. So, what brought about the change in Harley's appearance?

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