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Margot Robbie Is A Neo-Noir Killer In First Terminal Trailer

Margot Robbie is going from rough-around-the-edges figure skater to full-on femme fatale. 

The Oscar-nominated I, Tonya actress unveiled the first official trailer for her upcoming thriller flick Terminal on Twitter late Wednesday evening. Robbie teased that the film, directed by Vaughn Stein in his feature film debut, is "something different for you." 

And different it definitely is. The trailer sees Robbie's character Annie, a hard-hearted killer in a black pageboy wig and blood-red lipstick, entwined in a dark and drippy underworld, hovering over a man who begs for mercy. An ominous voice, which we discover belongs to a man named Mr. Franklin, offers up a massive sum of money in exchange for having someone murdered. Though it isn't exactly clear how Robbie's Annie fits into Mr. Franklin's criminal agenda, we know from the previously released teaser for Terminal that her character encounters two hit men, played by Max Irons (The Host) and Dexter Fletcher (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels), who learn that she is much more intimately connected to their mission than they originally thought.

On the other hand, it's abundantly obvious that Annie calls the shots in the operation. She tells Simon Pegg's Bill that she has an "unquenchable bloodlust for darkness," a statement just as spooky as the one she made in the teaser, in which she calls herself "mad as a hatter." Additionally, Annie rocks various disguises, including a stripper at a club called "The Rabbit Hole" (will Alice and the Cheshire Cat be there, too?), a golden-haired waitress at a diner, and an ever-present nurse at what appears to be an insane asylum or an experimental hospital. Annie's real identity, however, seems to be akin to Robbie's Harley Quinn, the off-kilter super-villain she portrayed in 2016's Suicide Squad

Joining Robbie, Irons, Fletcher, and Pegg for Terminal is a surprise addition: Mike Myers, who will make his return to the silver screen nine years after a small role in 2009's Inglourious Basterds. Details on Myers' Terminal character haven't been revealed yet, but based on what's shown in the trailer, he clearly has some nefarious plans up his sleeves.

Here's the official synopsis for the film: "In the dark heart of a sprawling, anonymous city, Terminal follows the twisting tales of two assassins carrying out a sinister mission, a teacher battling a fatal illness, an enigmatic janitor, and a curious waitress leading a dangerous double life. Murderous consequences unravel in the dead of night as their lives all intertwine at the hands of a mysterious criminal mastermind hell-bent on revenge."

Not to be confused for Steven Spielberg's drama flick The Terminal, the Robbie-starring Terminal is slated for release on May 11.