The extra we hear about Harley Quinn: A Very Problematic Valentine’s Day Particular, the extra hyped we’re for it. We already comprehend it facilities on Poison Ivy getting such a giant O from Harls that it unleashes a wave of pheromones that makes all of Gotham attractive, which legit is the right unhinged plot twist for a vacation particular.
Now, we get a little bit of pleasant stunt casting within the type of comic, podcaster, co-creator of Apple TV’s Shrinking, Muppets super-fan, in addition to author and star on Ted Lasso—that’s proper, Roy Kent himself, however as his actual self, Brett Goldstein. The particular person, not his persona on Lasso, might be making a shirtless look, the higher to point out off his bushy chest, on Harley Quinn and we wish to know which god to thank for this. Zeus? Right here’s the official imagery from the particular shared by Leisure Weekly.
Extra Brett Goldstein is at all times an excellent factor, because the multi-hyphenate actor joins a number of universes. “Brett is so humble, he really was like,’ Would you like me to do that as Roy Kent?’ And once I mentioned, ‘No, I’d like so that you can do you,’ he appeared form of greatly surprised,” Patrick Schumacker informed EW about directing the Emmy winner’s DC canon debut as himself. “Which was very charming, after all. However no, it simply felt proper, as a result of he’s a heartthrob, whether or not he likes it or not. Sorry, Brett!”
We’re curious to see how he performs into the plot of the episode which can characteristic him sharpening his trophy on stage in entrance of a reside viewers. Perhaps he’ll have a coronary heart to coronary heart with Clayface on his journey to seek out self-love. All this appears like a double entendre, which is becoming for the HQ universe Gotham.
Harley Quinn: A Very Problematic Valentine’s Day Special will drop on HBO Max February 9.
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