Margot Robbie and Scarlett Johansson in mass lockdown brawl

2 minute read
Margot Robbie and Scarlett Johansson in mass lockdown brawl

Published at 9:04am 12th May 2020. (Updated at 9:06am 12th May 2020)

A-list actresses and stuntwomen have filmed an amazing fight sequence - while observing social distancing.

Stars such as Margot Robbie and Thandie Newton were brought together by movie stunt pro, Zoe Bell.

Zoe has worked on films such as Thor: Ragnarok and Kill Bill as a performer, but also starred in TV series Lost.

She uploaded the video which features 38 actresses and stuntwomen, as well as directing and producing it.

Who's in it?

Here's who's in the video (deep breath):Zoë Bell , Lucy Lawless, Tara Macken,  Drew Barrymore, Juliette Lewis, Tamiko Brownlee,  Rosario Dawson, Amy Johnston, Cameron Diaz, Kim Murphy, Daniela Ruah, Michaela McAllister, Kaitlin Oslon, Lauren Mary Kim, Florence Pugh, Julia Butters, Angela Meryl, Sarah Irwin, Daryl Hannah, Sophia Di Martino, Tracie Thoms, Shauna Duggins, Zoe Saldana, Ming Qiu, Renée Goldsberry, Rosie Perez, Lilly Aspell, Thandie Newton, Mel Stubs, Jessie Graff, Monique Ganderton, Halle Berry,  Heidi Moneymaker, Scarlett Johansson, Dayna Grant, Margot Robbie, Renae Moneymaker and KT Tunstall

Highlights for fans include Xena Warrior Princess star Lucy Lawless using one of her character's weapons and Margot Robbie picking up Harley Quinn's baseball bat.

And don't miss the cheeky and funny KT Tunstall cameo. 

Zoe uploaded the video with the caption: "Here it is......! Kicking lockdown boredom with some of the coolest! Ladies, you are all my heroes."

Related SuperBlog Stories

People in Cornwall urged to be considerate towards the shielded

Monday 10th August, 2020

Many residents will be venturing out for the first time sine lockdown

Uber to support NHS staff with 300,000 free trips and meals

Monday 30th March, 2020

Uber is committing 200,000 free trips and 100,000 meals to NHS staff

Cornish town rallies round to help its vulnerable community 

Monday 10th August, 2020

Bodmin has been praised following the challenges faced during lockdown

How to get free counselling if you're mentally affected by Covid-19

Friday 27th March, 2020

Are you suffering emotionally because of Coronavirus?