The 25-year-old Australian actress will take top billing in the untitled ensemble piece, reprising her forthcoming, much-anticipated role as Harley Quinn, the sassy, slightly zany, baseball-bat wielding bad girl in Suicide Squad, one of the many films slated for release in the coming years featuring roles from the DC comic universe (think: iconic characters like Batman and Superman).
And if that isn't enough, The Hollywood Reporter reports that Robbie will not only star but produce this epic blockbuster after pitching the concept to Hollywood bigwigs herself, stressing the importance of kickass female anti-heroines onscreen.
Robbie and an unnamed female screenwriter have worked on the script together. News about who will co-star in the ensemble piece is yet to surface, but the rumour mill hints that some of the other characters that will feature alongside Robbie's Harley Quinn include Batgirl, Poison Ivy (once immortalised onscreen by Uma Thurman in Batman Forever) and Birds of Prey.
And, let's not forget the undisputed queen of the DC universe: Wonder Woman. Next year, Israeli actress Gal Gadot will star in the first in what is expected to be a long line of Wonder Woman films. Can we expect to see an epic battle of good vs. evil - with Robbie and Gadot squaring up against each other a la Batman vs. Superman - in Robbie's all-female superhero movie? We're keeping our fingers crossed.