Margot Robbie goes to the gym in Toronto after filming 'Suicide Squad'

Margot Robbie has been spotted all over Toronto shooting scenes for the 2016 blockbuster Suicide Squad, which has taken over various parts of the city for high-octane plane crashes, car chases and helicopter crashes - but it's nice to see the star taking some time for herself, too. On some downtime from the role of pigtailed supervillain Harley Quinn - companion to Jared Leto's Joker, Will Smith's Deadshot and Cara Delevingne's Enchantress - Margot grabbed her khaki-green Herschel backpack and headed to a local gym.

Margot Robbie hits the gym in Toronto. Photo: Splash News

The blond beauty, 24, was clad in black leggings, a purple tank top and grey Nike sneakers for the sporty outing, with her long hair pulled into a bun. Margot's pared-down ensemble was in stark contrast to the one she's been wearing on set, comprised of micro-shorts, a t-shirt and a bomber jacket with athletic-inspired stiletto booties and dip-dyed pigtails - one blue and one pink.

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The Aussie actress shot to fame for her role opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street, showing off her sexy, toned physique as second wife to Leo's character. Margot also acted alongside Will Smith in 2015's Focus, in which the two were also a criminal team.

Torontonians have watched closely as Suicide Squad shoots moved from elaborate sets on Yonge Street (regularly shutting a long strip of the city's major artery down overnight), in the Financial District and at Union Station. This is said to be the biggest film ever shot in the city, which is one of the top locations for movie production - though filming is usually contained to sets at lakeside studios.

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The province of Ontario recently announced a decrease to the Foreign Film Tax Credit, which was formerly 25 per cent but will, going forward, be 21.5 per cent. Projects that are already underway will be grandfathered in with the original tax break

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