Harley Quinn: Kaley Cuoco talks about the tone of the animated series
After the first look got at the San Diego Comic-con 2019 Kaley Cuoco, speaking to ET along with Lake Bell, has released more details on the upcoming animated series dedicated to Harley Quinn.
“It's very progressive, tells of the emancipation of women, the women are spaccac**the” the words of the Chef, with the Bell who adds “In a certain sense, it is very feminist”.
Harley Quinn is described as “a series of animated action-comedy for adults,” and it was developed by Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker, and Dean Lorey. The series will debut in October on the streaming platform. In addition to the Cook (Harley Quinn) in the cast of voice actors include Ron Funches, Jason Alexander, Lake Bell (Poison Ivy), and Christopher Meloni. Poison Ivy and the villain clayface will be recurrent characters in the series.
“There is comedy, violence, and unlike the animated series Deadpool, this series you can see” the words with which he presented the series, which immediately throws a jab to the Marvel series cancelled before they even see the light from the FX network.
The premiere of the series is scheduled for next October.
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