Margot Robbie has said she is excited to get to work with Domhnall Gleeson again as he is "such a nice guy".

The pair first starred alongside each other in the 2013's romantic comedy About Time, and they will play husband and wife soon in the upcoming A.A. Milne biopic Goodbye Christopher Robin.

"I'm so excited [to work with him again]," Robbie told RTÉ Entertainment.

"We worked together when, actually, it was my first proper movie and I was working with Domhnall, and now he's just done the most incredible films and he's just such a nice guy. I'm just so excited," the Australian actress gushed.

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Robbie is currently starring in DC Comics' latest adventure Suicide Squad, taking on the iconic role of Harley Quinn.

While most of her time on screen is spent with the other members of the Squad, including Will Smith, Cara Delevingne, Jay Hernandez and Jai Courtney, she revealed that she was grateful to get to also have separate scenes with Jared Leto as The Joker.

"It was a totally different dynamic, you know the group environment worked, there were so many small relationships within, but one unified effort," she explained. "But then to have the one on one with Jared was totally different and so much fun and I'm really grateful I got to do both."

Suicide Squad is in cinemas now.

Check our our full interview with Margot Robbie and Jay Hernandez, where they talk bonding, the day Robbie brought a tattoo gun to set and more:

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We also caught up with Will Smith, Joel Kinnaman and Jai Courtney who are keen to make a trip to Dublin:

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