As a teacher, Margot Robbie ("Suicide Squad") is said to be the victim of a prank of her students that ends in death. And because the kids definitely do not want to go to jail, they decide to let their body disappear somehow
Margot Robbie is known for films such as "Suicide Squad", "Focus" and "I, Tonya", which differ in content but have a lot in common: The 29-year-old Australian enjoys a lot of screen time until the end. In "Fool's Day" this should look very different! Because in the comedy she is supposed to play a teacher, who is killed more or less unintentionally by her students already at the beginning of the film and is then to be eliminated without a trace.
FROM SHORT FILM TO THE FILM FILM
"Fool's Day" is based on the eponymous short film by director and author Cody Blue Snider, which has been screened and celebrated at numerous film festivals since 2013. In it, this tells the story of a school class who wants to play their teacher for the first of April just a joke. Just stupid that the action goes awry and the teacher blesses the time! Consequently, the blood-spattered fourth-graders panic and are convinced that they all go to jail when the matter comes to light. So the kids decide to get rid of the body somehow. And all this on the day a policeman visits the class to educate the kids about drugs ...
New Line has secured the rights to "Fool's Day" and will adapt the 19-minute short film as a full-length feature film. The creator of the original authored the script together with the authors Shane Snider and Keatyn Lee and will also direct the film.
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Margot Robbie is talking about producing the movie as well as playing the role of the teacher - but the deal is not over in a dry towel yet. While "Fool's Day" does not yet have a launch date, it is currently expected that we will definitely get to see Robbie in several other films on the screen. On Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon A Time In Hollywood", which remains in the German cinema charts still wacker, will follow, inter alia, "Bombshell" (US theatrical release December 20, 2019), the DC film adaptation "Birds Of Prey "(February 6, 2020) as well as" Suicide Squad 2 "and the" Barbie "movie.