Given the reaction to her performance in Suicide Squad, it's no surprise that actor Margot Robbie is getting her own Harley Quinn movie. In fact, her newfound popularity within the DCEU has led to numerous projects centered on the character. Although Gotham City Sirens was , the Birds of Prey movie has become the priority for her first spinoff film. The comic book group dates back to the 1990s, and the (generally) all-female squad is considered one of the best superhero teams暖暖直播APP视频教程 in comic books.
With the possibility of so many different DC Comics characters joining the team, it’s reassuring that Robbie will be returning. Even considering all the talented actors who almost played Harley Quinn, it's hard to imagine anyone else playing the devious villain. And though the release date is still a ways off, there have been plenty of updates on the upcoming DCEU film Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn).
The second trailer for Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) is rife with pyrotechnics, roller stunts, and a soapy hyena. The biggest reveals in the new trailer include Harley Quinn's incendiary split with her former beau, the Joker, and Black Mask putting on his titular black mask.
No surprise, Quinn gets the best line of the new trailer: "Psychologically speaking, vengeance rarely brings the catharsis we hope for." Will she heed her own advice? Audiences will find out in February 2020.
Margot Robbie narrates the , which dropped on October 1, 2019. The five protagonists face off against The Man with as much power as they have glamour.
The relentless femme ensemble is led by Robbie's Harley Quinn and includes Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Huntress, Jurnee Smollett-Bell as Black Canary, Rosie Perez as Renee Montoya, and Ella Jay Basco as Cassandra Cain.
While speaking with about her role in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Margot Robbie revealed Birds of Prey will reference a scene from the famed director's classic, Pulp Fiction. Robbie said they reference the scene in which Uma Therman's Mia Wallace explains Fox Force Five to John Travolta's Vincent Vega. Robbie claimed she even asked Tarantino if they could call the film Fox Force Five because of how much the scene inspired her iteration of DC's classic all-female team. :
In Pulp Fiction, when Uma [Thurman] and John Travolta are having their $5 milkshake, she’s explaining the pilot that she - which I think, in real life, Uma had done. I think that dialogue was based on the fact that she’d done a pilot like that. And then he turned it into dialogue, and then she talks about Fox Force Five. And it’s like a whole scene.
But in our movie, there’s five prominent women. And like, we always throw a reference to Tarantino moments that we pray to inject into the film. So, it felt fitting.
The Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) released the official logo in April 2019 as the studio .
The font frames big block letters with weaponry silhouettes around what appears to be Harley's scribblings, including the added title tag.