It might have been savaged by critics, but that hasn't stopped Margot Robbie from making the most of her Suicide Squad role. Undoubtedly the breakout character of the DC Comics film, we reported earlier this year that Robbie was in talks to bring Harley Quinn back to the big screen, alongside an all-female anti-hero cast. But according to The Hollywood Reporter, it's really happening. And the actress isn't just set to star - she'll also co-produce the Warner Bros project.

The production credit is a move that sets Robbie apart from other actresses of her age. She has her own production company LuckyChap Entertainment, co-founded with assistant director beau Tom Ackerley, plus Josey McNamara and Sophia Kerr. LuckyChap's first movie Terminal is in post-production, and they also plan to produce a biopic about US figure skater Tonya Harding, I, Tonya with Margot in the lead.

It's been a year of major wins for the actress, who's not only been a Hollywood favourite, but a fashion one too. The latest of face of Calvin Klein can be seen in the current Deep Euphoria and A/W '16 campaign for the American brand.

Margot Robbie is officially the only winner from Suicide Squad