Margot Robbie to star in an adaption of award winning short film Fools Day? Find out

Now, the Suicide Squad actress is expected to star in an adaption of the award-winning short film Fools Day.
Margot Robbie to star in an adaption of award winning short film Fools Day? Find outMargot Robbie to star in an adaption of award winning short film Fools Day? Find out
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Quentin Tarantino's film Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, saw Margot Robbie essay the role of Sharon Tate. The fans and film audience across the globe gave the film a thundering response at the box office. The film did very well at the box office and also got critics to give it a thumbs up. Now, the Suicide Squad actress is expected to star in an adaption of the award-winning short film Fools Day. As per the latest reports, the gorgeous actress will act and also produce this feature film which is based on short film Fools Day.

Cody Blue Snider had helmed the short film titled Fools Day, is expected to direct the film starring Margot Robbie. The film will be produced under Margot Robbie's banner Robbie's Lucky Chap Entertainment and New Line. Cody Blue Snider, Shane Snider and Keatyn Lee have penned the story for the film Fools Day. The story line of the film Fools Day is based on a class of fourth grade which decides to prank their class teacher which unfortunately ends in her death. The prank which was thought to be innocent by the class ultimate took the teacher's life. In order to avoid a jail sentence the entire class makes sure to hide their dead teacher's body from the police who were supposed to visit the school for an anti-drug drive that was to be held in the school.

Once Upon A Time in Hollywood's Margot Robbie is expected to essay the role of the teacher who dies tragically as a result of the prank played on her by the class. The film sounds very interesting and the fans are hoping for an official announcement from the makers of the film.  

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