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Common Sense Age 16+ UHD Action & Adventure 2020 4. 5, 109 Ratings You ever hear the one about the cop, the blonde, the psycho and the mafia princess? Birds Of Prey And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn is a twisted tale told by Harley herself, as only Harley can tell it. When one of Gotham’s most sinister villains, Roman Sionis, and his sadistic right-hand, Zsasz, put a target on a young girl named Cass, the city’s wicked underbelly is turned upside down looking for her. Harley, Huntress, Canary and Renee Montoya’s paths collide and the unlikely foursome have no choice but to team up to take Roman down. Pre-Order $19. 99 Ratings and Reviews 16+ COMMON SENSE Violent and profane, but themes of teamwork, friendship. Information Studio Warner Bros. Released Copyright BIRDS OF PREY TM & © DC. © [2020] Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Movies in Action & Adventure.

Watch birds of prey and the fantabulous emancipation of one harley quinn. Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) Theatrical release poster Directed by Cathy Yan Produced by Margot Robbie Bryan Unkeless Sue Kroll Written by Christina Hodson Based on Characters by DC Starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead Jurnee Smollett-Bell Rosie Perez Chris Messina Ella Jay Basco Ali Wong Ewan McGregor Music by Daniel Pemberton Cinematography Matthew Libatique Edited by Jay Cassidy Evan Schiff Production company DC Films LuckyChap Entertainment Kroll & Co. Entertainment Clubhouse Pictures Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures Release date January 25, 2020 ( Mexico City) February 7, 2020 (United States) Running time 109 minutes [1] Country United States Language English Budget $82–100 million [2] Box office $195. 8 million [3] [4] Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), also known as Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey or simply Birds of Prey, [5] [6] is a 2020 American superhero film based on the DC Comics team Birds of Prey. It is the eighth film in the DC Extended Universe and a follow-up to Suicide Squad (2016). It was directed by Cathy Yan and written by Christina Hodson, and it stars Margot Robbie, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Rosie Perez, Chris Messina, Ella Jay Basco, Ali Wong, and Ewan McGregor. The film follows Harley Quinn as she joins forces with Helena Bertinelli, Dinah Lance, and Renee Montoya to save Cassandra Cain from Gotham City crime lord Black Mask. Robbie, who also served as producer, pitched the idea for Birds of Prey to Warner Bros. in 2015. The film was announced in May 2016, with Hodson being hired to write the script that November, followed by Yan signing on to direct in April 2018. The majority of the cast and crew were confirmed by December 2018. Principal photography lasted from January to April 2019 in Downtown Los Angeles, parts of the Arts District, Los Angeles, and soundstages at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California. Additional filming took place in September 2019. Birds of Prey is the first DCEU film and the second DC Films production to be rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America. The film had its world premiere in Mexico City on January 25, 2020 and was theatrically released in the United States in IMAX, Dolby Cinema, and 4DX on February 7, 2020. It has grossed $195. 8 million worldwide, making it the fourth highest-grossing film of 2020. The film received praise from critics for its visual style, Yan's direction and the performances of Robbie and McGregor, but criticism for the screenplay. Plot [ edit] Sometime after the Enchantress ' defeat, [a] the Joker breaks up with Harley Quinn, throwing her out on the streets of Gotham City. She is taken in by Doc, the elderly owner of a Taiwanese restaurant, and recovers from her relationship by cutting her hair, adopting a spotted hyena (whom she names after Bruce Wayne), and taking up roller derby. One night, Harley gets drunk at a nightclub owned by gangster Roman Sionis, and cripples Roman's driver after he insults her. She then meets burlesque singer Dinah Lance, who later rescues an intoxicated Harley from an attempted abduction; that night, Harley blows up the Ace Chemicals plant where she pledged herself to the Joker years prior as a way to publicly announce their breakup. Spotting the scuffle from his bedroom, Roman is impressed by Dinah's skills and appoints her as his new driver. Meanwhile, GCPD Detective Renee Montoya investigates a series of mob killings carried out by a crossbow -wielding vigilante. Finding Harley's necklace at the scene of the Ace Chemicals explosion, Montoya notes that Harley is in danger without the Joker's protection. She approaches Dinah about being an informant on Roman for them, but Dinah rejects the offer. Roman sends Dinah and his sadistic right-hand-man Victor Zsasz to retrieve a diamond embedded with the account numbers to the fortune of the Bertinelli crime family, who were massacred years ago. Young pickpocket Cassandra "Cass" Cain steals the diamond from Zsasz, but swallows it after she is arrested. Harley, fleeing from Montoya and several other people she had wronged in the past, is captured by Roman's men. Zsasz informs Roman that Cassandra has the diamond, and Dinah warns Montoya about the situation. As Roman tortures Harley and prepares to have her killed, she offers to recover the diamond for him. Roman agrees but also places a bounty on Cass to shake up the competition. Breaking into the GCPD with a variety of firework -inspired non-lethal grenade launcher rounds, Harley frees Cassandra and the pair escape to the evidence warehouse. They are ambushed by a number of thugs, but manage to kill them all. After escaping from the evidence warehouse, Harley and Cassandra bond while hiding out at the former's apartment. Doc is approached for information by the "crossbow killer", who is revealed to be Helena Bertinelli. Having survived her family's massacre and becoming trained as an assassin, Helena has been targeting each of the gangsters responsible for her family's murders, preferring the moniker of "The Huntress". Quinn's apartment is later bombed by criminals looking for Cass, and Doc sorrowfully reveals that he betrayed Harley, selling them out for money. Harley calls Roman and offers to turn Cassandra over in exchange for his protection, agreeing to meet at an abandoned amusement park (mostly one of the Joker's former hideouts). Dinah notifies Montoya of the rendezvous, while Zsasz notices Dinah's treacherous text message en route to the park and informs Roman. Devastated by Dinah's betrayal, Roman dons his ritualistic mask from which he gets his villainous nickname, "Black Mask". At the park, Montoya confronts Harley, but Harley knocks her out of a window. Zsasz arrives and tranquilizes Harley before holding Dinah at gunpoint, but he is killed by Helena, who reveals Zsasz was the last of her family's killers. Montoya returns and a stand-off ensues, until they realize Roman has arrived with a small army of masked criminals, known collectively as the False Face Society. Using Quinn's old gear, the makeshift team successfully withstand and repel their attack. During the battle, Cass is captured by Roman, while Dinah reveals her metahuman ability of supersonic-level screaming, defeating an additional number of mobsters aligned with Roman. Harley gives chase on roller skates, and with assistance from Helena, the pair pursue Roman. At a nearby pier, the final confrontation occurs. Taking aim at a shadowy figure in the distance she believes to be Roman, Harley wastes her last bullet as Roman appears from behind the figure, which is revealed to be a statue. Roman holds Cassandra hostage and prepares to kill her. However, Cassandra pulls the ring from a grenade she had taken from Harley's weapons chest earlier, slipping the grenade in Roman's jacket. Harley throws Roman from the pier just before the grenade detonates and kills him. In the aftermath of destroying Roman's criminal empire, Montoya quits the GCPD. With the money within the accounts hidden inside the diamond, she joins Dinah and Helena in establishing a team of vigilantes – the Birds of Prey. Harley and Cassandra escape, selling the diamond itself to a pawnshop and starting their own contract killing business. In a post-credits audio sequence, Harley is about to reveal a secret about Batman, but the film ends mid-sentence. Cast [ edit] Margot Robbie as Harleen Quinzel / Harley Quinn: A former-certified psychiatrist, who became a crazed criminal and the Joker 's accomplice/girlfriend, and later a part of the Suicide Squad. She has since cut ties with the Joker after the pair broke up. [7] Screenwriter Christina Hodson sought to reinvent Harley, wanting to expand on the character following her departure from the Joker's company. [8] Hodson called Harley the character she enjoyed developing most due to her unpredictable personality. [9] Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Helena Bertinelli / The Huntress: A vigilante who is the orphaned daughter of gangster Franco Bertinelli. [10] [11] [12] Ella Mika portrays a young Helena, during flashback scenes. [13] Jurnee Smollett-Bell as Dinah Lance / Black Canary [10] [11] [14] A vigilante with the metahuman ability of hypersonic screams, which she inherited genetically from her mother. [15] [16] She is a singer in a club that Sionis owns. [17] Smollett-Bell described Dinah as "disenfranchised and disconnected from the world, " and someone who "doesn’t really want to have anything to do with crime fighting or being a good-doer, which is so against her nature because we know Dinah to be all heart. " The actress added she became a fan of Black Canary by playing with the character in the video game Injustice 2, [18] which also influenced how she physically portrayed the depiction of the hypersonic screams. [19] Rosie Perez as Renee Montoya: [20] [21] An alcoholic, cynical detective in the Gotham City Police Department (GCPD), who is building a case against Sionis. Chris Messina as Victor Zsasz: A deranged mob killer and henchman of Sionis who carves a tally mark on his skin for each victim he claims. [22] Ella Jay Basco as Cassandra Cain: A young girl who has a contract placed upon her head by Sionis after she steals a valuable diamond from him. [20] [23] Ali Wong as Ellen Yee: Montoya's ex-girlfriend and a Gotham City district attorney. [22] [24] Ewan McGregor as Roman Sionis / Black Mask: A brutal and iron-fisted crime lord who threatens Cassandra and Harley. [25] [26] McGregor described the character as "an absolute narcissist. " [27] Additionally, Steven Williams portrays Captain Patrick Erickson, Montoya's superior at the GCPD; Dana Lee portrays Doc, Quinn's friend who owns a Taiwanese restaurant; François Chau portrays Mr. Keo, a rival crime boss of Sionis; Derek Wilson portrays Tim Evans; Matt Willig portrays Happy; and Bojana Novakovic portrays Erika Manson, a night club patron who gets harassed by Sionis. Charlene Amoia and Paul Lasa respectively portray Maria and Franco Bertinelli, the mother and father of Helena; Robert Catrini portrays Stefano Galante, the mob boss who killed the Bertinelli family. [12] [28] The Joker appears in the film, through animated - special effects during a flashback sequence, as well as through the combined use of archive footage of Jared Leto from Suicide Squad and a body-double, Johnny Goth, on set. These techniques were used because Leto was not available during filming. [29] A still photograph of Jai Courtney as George "Digger" Harkness / Captain Boomerang also appears on a wall in the Gotham City Police Department. [30] Production [ edit] Development [ edit] In May 2016, ahead of the release of Suicide Squad, Warner Bros. Pictures announced a spinoff film focusing on Harley Quinn and several other female DC Comics heroes and villains, such as Batgirl and the Birds of Prey. Margot Robbie was attached to reprise her role as Harley Quinn, and would also serve as producer. [7] [31] British screenwriter Christina Hodson was announced to be writing the film in November. [32] Robbie had pitched the film to Warner Bros. in 2015 as "an R-rated girl gang film including Harley, because I was like, 'Harley needs friends. ' Harley loves interacting with people, so don't ever make her do a standalone film. " Robbie felt it was important for the film to have a female director. While Warner Bros. and DC Films had various other Harley Quinn-oriented films in development, Birds of Prey was the only one with whose development Robbie was directly involved. [33] Robbie spent three years working on Birds of Prey and continued to present it to Warner Bros. until the studio felt the project was at the point it could be made. [33] By April 2018, Warner Bros. and DC Films had finalized a deal with Cathy Yan to direct, making her the first female Asian director to direct a superhero film. [34] Robbie was confirmed to be producing the film under her LuckyChap Entertainment banner, as part of a first look deal she has with the studio; Sue Kroll and Bryan Unkless were also announced to serve as producers through their companies Kroll & Co. Entertainment and Clubhouse Pictures, respectively. Production was scheduled to begin by late 2018 or early 2019. [35] The Penguin was intended to appear in the script at one point, but was dropped to preserve his DC Extended Universe debut in The Batman. [36] Pre-production [ edit] By July 2018, the film was entering pre-production. [37] Robbie confirmed the film would be titled Birds of Prey, describing it as "different" from the other DC films featuring Harley Quinn, and said it would be produced on a relatively small budget compared to other superhero films. [38] [39] She also stated that Harley Quinn would receive a new costume, and teased the casting of diverse actors. [40] The line-up for the Birds of Prey team was revealed to include Black Canary, Huntress, Cassandra Cain, and Renee Montoya, with the villain set to be a Batman adversary who had not yet been seen in film. [20] Casting began in August, [41] with Warner Bros. considering a number of actresses for Huntress and Black Canary. Alexandra Daddario, Jodie Comer, Blake Lively, and Vanessa Kirby expressed interest. [42] [43] In August, Roman Sionis / Black Mask was revealed to be the film's antagonist. [44] Janelle Monáe, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Jurnee Smollett-Bell were under consideration for Black Canary by September, while Sofia Boutella, Margaret Qualley, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Cristin Milioti were being considered to play Huntress. [45] Justina Machado and Roberta Colindrez tested for Renee Montoya, while Warner Bros. began seeking a 12-year-old Asian actress to play Cassandra Cain. [46] In late September, Smollett-Bell and Winstead were respectively cast as Black Canary and Huntress, [10] Warner Bros. scheduled a February 7, 2020 release date, [47] and Ewan McGregor and Sharlto Copley were under consideration for the role of Black Mask. [48] During the U. S. -China Entertainment Summit in October, Yan confirmed the cast and that the film would be R-rated. She said, "[I] could not put the script down, it had so much dark humor to it which a lot of my work does, and there are themes of female empowerment which are so strong and relatable. " [49] Cinematographer Matthew Libatique joined the film that month, [50] as did Rosie Perez as Renee Montoya. [21] Stunt coordinator Jonathan Eusebio and fight coordinator Jon Valera joined in November, [51] along with McGregor as Black Mask [25] and Ella Jay Basco as Cassandra Cain. [23] Robbie revealed the full title, [52] and said that the subtitle reflects the humorous tone of the film. [53] Production designer K. K. Barrett joined in December, [54] as did Chris Messina as Victor Zsasz. [22] Steven Williams, Derek Wilson, Dana Lee, François Chau, Matthew Willig, Robert Catrini, and Ali Wong were also cast. [22] [24] Filming [ edit] Principal photography began in Los Angeles, California in January 2019 under the working title Fox Force Five. [55] [56] [57] Although filming had been expected to also take place in Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia, [58] the entire shoot took place in Los Angeles after the production received a tax credit from the state of California. [59] Filming was expected to be completed by mid-April 2019. [60] In February, Charlene Amoia joined the cast. [12] Filming wrapped on April 15, 2019. [61] Post-production [ edit] Jay Cassidy and Evan Schiff served as editors, while Method Studios, Weta Digital, Luma Pictures, Image Engine and Crafty Apes provided the visual effects for the film. [62] [63] [64] [65] In August 2019, Chad Stahelski joined as a second unit director for reshoots. [66] Photography for the additional footage began on September 3, 2019. [67] Music [ edit] In September 2019, Daniel Pemberton was announced to serve as composer for the film's score. [68] The Original Motion Picture Score album was released by WaterTower Music on February 14. [69] A soundtrack album for the film, titled Birds of Prey: The Album, was announced in January 2020 and was released on February 7 by Atlantic Records, to coincides with the film's release. To promote the album, a single was released every Friday before the film's release. [70] " Diamonds " by Megan Thee Stallion and Normani was released on January 10, [71] "Joke's On You" by Charlotte Lawrence was released on January 17, [72] "Boss Bitch" by Doja Cat was released on January 24, "Sway with Me" by Saweetie and GALXARA was released on January 31 [73] and "Experiment On Me" by Halsey, was released on the album release day. [74] The movie also includes songs which are not featured on the album, such as Spiderbait 's " Black Betty ", which plays during the fight scene at the police impound, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts ' " I Hate Myself For Loving You ", which plays during the montage of Harley trying to move on from the Joker, Heart 's " Barracuda ", which plays for the first part of the fight against the False Face Society, and Kesha 's " Woman ", which plays during the final scene. Marketing [ edit] Marketing began on January 21, 2019, when a first-look production video of the characters and costumes titled "See You Soon" was released by Warner Bros. via YouTube. [75] DC Comics published a promotional trade paperback anthology featuring stories based on the film on November 12, 2019. [76] The first teaser debuted exclusively in theatres on September 5, 2019, in front of screenings for It: Chapter Two, with Quinn stating that she is "over clowns" while popping a red balloon, in a collective reference to It / Pennywise the Dancing Clown and the Joker. [77] A short teaser was released on the film's social media pages, announcing the first official trailer would be released on October 1, 2019. A series of posters, which also announced the trailer debut, was released the same day. [78] On December 5, 2019, Birds of Prey held a panel at the annual CCXP in Brazil, showing the first five minutes of the film, and the second official trailer, which was released online on January 9, 2020. A three-day pop-up event named Harleywood was also organized at the Hollywood and Highland Center with the presence of the cast on the launch day. Artists who contributed to the soundtrack were also present to promote it, with Charlotte Lawrence and Doja Cat performing. [79] Release [ edit] Birds of Prey was theatrically released by Warner Bros. Pictures in the United States on February 7, 2020 in standard, IMAX, IMAX 3D, Dolby Cinema, 4DX and ScreenX formats. [47] [80] [81] The film had its world premiere on January 25, 2020 at the Proyecto Publico Prim in Mexico City. [82] It also screened at the BFI IMAX in London on January 29, and at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes on January 30, during a special event named Le Festival de Quinn ( The Quinn's Festival) in reference to the Cannes Film Festival. [83] [84] Reception [ edit] Box office [ edit] As of March 8, 2020, Birds of Prey has grossed $82. 6 million in the United States and Canada, and $113. 2 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $195. 8 million. [3] [4] According to Variety, it is estimated that the film will need to gross $250–300 million worldwide in order to break even. [2] In the United States and Canada, Birds of Prey was initially projected to gross $50–55 million from 4, 236 theaters in its opening weekend. [85] However, after making $13 million in its first day, including $4 million from Thursday night previews, estimates were lowered and it went on to debut to $33 million. The film finished first at the box office but marked the lowest opening for a DC film since Jonah Hex in 2010 ($5. 3 million), and was 75% smaller than Suicide Squad ' s $133. 4 million opening in 2016. The low start was blamed on the possible lack of demand for a solo film surrounding the character of Harley Quinn, as well as the R rating limiting the appeal and demographics for ticket sales. [86] On February 10, 2020, it was reported that the film was being displayed under the title Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey on the websites for AMC Theatres, Cinemark Theatres, and Regal Cinemas. [5] [6] According to Screen Rant, the name change was mandated by Warner Bros. [5] [87] However, TheWrap subsequently reported that "an individual with knowledge at the studio" denied that Warner Bros. had revised the title, and quoted Atom Tickets ' Alisha Grauso's explanation that the new listing was "apparently for display/search purposes only for vendors and theaters, not an official title change. " [88] In its second weekend the film fell 48% to $17. 1 million, finishing second, behind newcomer Sonic the Hedgehog, and then made $7 million in its third, dropping another 59%. [89] [90] [91] In other territories, the film was expected to debut to $60–70 million from 76 countries, for a worldwide total of $110–125 million. [85] It made $7. 8 million after two days of overseas release in 51 countries and $18. 1 million from the full 76 after three. The film went on to make $46 million from international play in its opening weekend, and $79 million worldwide. Its highest-grossing territories were Mexico ($4. 6 million), Russia ($4 million), the United Kingdom ($3. 9 million), Brazil ($2. 8 million) and France ($2. 7 million). The low opening was blamed on similar audience hesitation as in the United States, as well as the outbreak of the Coronavirus in Asia closing some theaters. [92] Critical response [ edit] On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 78% based on 375 reviews, with an average rating of 6. 73/10. The website's critics consensus reads, "With a fresh perspective, some new friends, and loads of fast-paced action, Birds of Prey captures the colorfully anarchic spirit of Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn. " [93] On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 60 out of 100, based on 59 critic reviews, indicating "mixed or average reviews. " [94] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "B+" on an A+ to F scale, and PostTrak reported it received an average 3. 5 out of 5 stars, with 61% of people surveyed saying they would definitely recommend it. [86] [89] Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film 3. 5 out of 4 stars, and said that "Robbie turns in a much richer and funnier and layered performance as Harley this time around, thanks in large part to the stiletto-sharp screenplay by Christina Hodson. " [95] Joe Morgenstern, writing for The Wall Street Journal, stated, "Much of this R-rated movie is chaotic, yet it’s a richly hued, madly inventive, gleefully violent and happily slapdash contraption with a formidable female at its center. " [96] Matthew Monagle of The Austin Chronicle gave it 4 out of 5 stars, and said that "Yan and Robbie lean into both sides of Quinn’s personality throughout the film. This allows Birds of Prey to earn every bit of its R-rating while still feeling like a Looney Tunes cartoon. " [97] The Arizona Republic ' s Nicole Ludden praised Yan's direction, saying that it "carries a visually distinct style throughout the film that makes the layering of several chaotic scenes feel cohesive. " [98] John DeFore of The Hollywood Reporter called the film "action-packed, but more rule-following than its bonkers protagonist, " and wrote, "Yan finds plenty of opportunities for exciting set pieces: Extravagant action choreography makes the most of colorful set design, unlikely gimmicks and wrasslin'-style brutality. But Hodson's script offers far less diverting banter than it might've between the fight scenes. " [99] Writing for Variety, Owen Gleiberman said the film was "thin but lively" and praised the animated performances of Robbie and McGregor, as well as Yan's direction, although noted the script as having "attitude to spare, but in a rather bare-bones way. " [100] Calling it "DC's first good action movie, " Joshua Rivera of The Verge offered a mixed review while praising the film's relation to breakups, writing, "That manic energy is all that’s holding Birds of Prey together at times, and the fact that all of its characters seem to thrive in it makes it all the more disappointing that the movie doesn’t really take any time to get to know them better. " [101] In a scathing review, Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle wrote " Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn is more than horrible. It should not exist. Money should never have been raised for it. The screenplay should never have been filmed. Margot Robbie shouldn't have produced it. She certainly shouldn't have starred in it. " [102] Notes [ edit] References [ edit] ^ "Birds of Prey". British Board of Film Classification. January 14, 2020. Retrieved January 28, 2020. ^ a b Rubin, Rebecca (February 10, 2020). 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Was hoping this would be better than the trailers. Maybe China can save it. 3 nominations. See more awards » Edit Storyline A twisted tale told by Harley Quinn herself, when Gotham's most nefariously narcissistic villain, Roman Sionis, and his zealous right-hand, Zsasz, put a target on a young girl named Cass, the city is turned upside down looking for her. Harley, Huntress, Black Canary and Renee Montoya's paths collide, and the unlikely foursome have no choice but to team up to take Roman down. Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis Taglines: Gotham's worst brings out their best. Meet Harley Quinn, Black Canary, Huntress, Renee Montoya, and Cassandra Cain. See more » Motion Picture Rating ( MPAA) Rated R for strong violence and language throughout, and some sexual and drug material See all certifications » Details Release Date: 7 February 2020 (USA) Also Known As: Birds of Prey Box Office Budget: $84, 500, 000 (estimated) Opening Weekend USA: $33, 010, 017, 9 February 2020 Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $191, 200, 582 See more on IMDbPro » Company Credits Technical Specs See full technical specs » Did You Know? Trivia It has been rumored that Birds of Prey (2020) will be the second movie of a "Harley Quinn Trilogy". The first movie was Suicide Squad (2016) and the third movie is to be Gotham City Sirens. See more » Goofs Several times the Huntress's projectiles are called "arrows". Although a crossbow's projectiles are arrow-like, they are known as bolts or quarrels. See more » Quotes [ at end of closing credits] Harley Quinn: Are you dummies still sitting there? Fine! Since you stuck it out this long, I'll tell you a super-duper secret secret, which you can't tell anyone! Okay. Did you know that Batman f... Crazy Credits The DC Comics logo gets a frowny face scribbled on it in pink. See more » Soundtracks I Hate Myself for Loving You Written by Desmond Child and Joan Jett Performed by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts See more » Frequently Asked Questions See more ».

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Watch Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley quinnipiac. They need to make a part 2. Harley Quinn: El Joker y yo no separamos Joaquín Phoenix: Ni siquiera se quién eres. Stop denying, this is Harley Quinn and the Fantabulous Emancipation of Birds of Prey. Was it just me, or was the trailers music a touch too loud to hear Harleys narration properly.

Wow... i never thought the xmen trailer would seem the most interesting. Watch Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley qui n'aimaient. Best Harley. I swear to god if jared leto's in this movie. Oh look lets make it edgy with some rap music. This will mark the 10th anniversary of inception by the time this film hits theatres. From one groundbreaking sci-fi extravaganza to the next. In Nolan we trust. 👊🏿. You just made the movie so much appealing omg I. Cant. Wait. Oh look we don't have any original content of our own so we gonna make the reference to a more successful movie of our studio and make fun of it.

Ahhh its gonna be amazing. I am so excited to see a story told through Harley Quinns eyes. Bring it DC! Thinking outside of the box <3. The DCEU is making its boldest move yet with Harley Quinn's Birds of Prey movie. Instead of getting her own solo film, the Suicide Squad standout is returning with a new badass squad. The Birds of Prey are definitely a famous comic book team, but they aren't nearly as recognizable as the Justice League or The Bat Family. With that in mind, we have compiled a handy guide to help get you up to speed on the basics of Birds of Prey before the movie comes out in 2020. Let's start with the big trailer: She's Harley frickin' Quinn! But let's focus... What Is The Official Birds Of Prey Movie Title? Margot Robbie, a. k. a. Harley Quinn, revealed in an Instagram photo that the full title of the movie is Birds of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn). It is a mouthful! Harley co-creator Paul Dini said he loves the title, and the photo Robbie posted of the script, calling it "classic Quinnsanity" for a character who often scribbles "wacky thoughts" all over things like her therapist's pad. The title also works as a tongue-in-cheek riff off the movie Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance). Bird humor never gets old! What Is The Birds Of Prey Release Date? Birds of Prey is currently scheduled for release on February 7, 2020. It follows DCEU movie releases Aquaman (December 21, 2018) and Shazam! (April 5, 2019) and precedes Wonder Woman 1984 (June 5, 2020). Birds of Prey was previously set to open on Valentine's Day 2020, but it was moved back one week, so it wouldn't conflict with Bond 25, which was opening that February 14 but moved itself to April 2020 anyway. What Is The Birds Of Prey Rating? Birds of Prey is currently confirmed to be rated R. That's in line with what Margot Robbie wanted when she pitched the idea of "an R-rated girl gang film. " She wanted her Harley Quinn to be part of it, but not have it be a solo film. If this R rating holds, it will be the DCEU's first R-rated release. Robbie's Harley first appeared in Suicide Squad, but that film had the usual PG-13 rating for DCEU films. This will be an edgy departure, following the successes of other R-rated comic book films like Fox's Deadpool and Logan. When Did Birds Of Prey Start Filming? Birds of Prey reportedly started filming in January 2019 in Los Angeles, under the working title Fox Force Five, and ended filming in April 2019. The working title intel came from Production Weekly (via Pursue News), and Pulp Fiction fans should recognize it. It's the name of the TV show Pulp character Mia Wallace (Uma Thurman) was working on, following an all-female team of secret agents. So between Birdman and Pulp Fiction, Birds of Prey is already off to an early start with sly pop culture references. The script for Birds of Prey was written by Christina Hodson and the film is being directed by relative newcomer, Dead Pigs director Cathy Yan. She's only the second woman to direct a film for the DCEU, after Wonder Woman 's Patty Jenkins. She's also the first Asian woman to ever direct a superhero movie. What Is The Plot Of Birds Of Prey? Warner Bros. has yet to release an official synopsis for Birds of Prey, but here's what the film is reportedly about: Harley Quinn is said to bring this girl gang together, with Mary Elizabeth Winstead's Huntress, Jurnee Smollett-Bell's Black Canary, and Rosie Perez's Detective Renee Montoya protecting Ella Jay Basco's Cassandra Cain after she comes across a diamond belonging to crime boss Roman Sionis, a. Black Mask, played by Ewan McGregor. In DC Comics, the Birds of Prey lineup has expanded over the years, but the covert ops and crimefighting team is usually anchored by Batgirl/Oracle (aka Barbara Gordon), Black Canary (Dinah Laurel Lance), and the Huntress (Helena Bertinelli). Harleen Quinzel a. Harley Quinn - Margot Robbie Margot Robbie was a scene-stealer in Suicide Squad, and her Harley returns to lead this semi-spinoff. Before she met and fell in love with the Joker, Dr. Harleen Quinzel was a psychiatrist assigned to Arkham Asylum. The DC Comics villain was voiced by Arleen Sorkin in Batman: The Animated Series, and played by Mia Sara in The WB's 2002 Birds of Prey TV series. The DCEU is reportedly still working on David Ayer's Gotham City Sirens movie, with Robbie's Harley Quinn returning and working with Selina Kyle/Catwoman and Pamela Isley/Poison Ivy. But first, Harley is working with more traditionally heroic crime fighters, the Birds of Prey. Margot Robbie's star has only risen since Suicide Squad was released in 2016. In the past two years, she has landed a series of high profile projects -- including Queen Elizabeth I in Mary Queen of Scots and Sharon Tate in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. She also picked up her first Oscar nomination for I, Tonya, which she also produced. She's the perfect choice to lead her own film, but it says a lot about her collaborative spirit that she preferred this film to be an ensemble rather than a Harley spinoff. Dinah Laurel Lance a. a Black Canary - Jurnee Smollett-Bell Jurnee Smollett-Bell was cast as crime fighter Black Canary. The CW's Arrow -verse recently brought the Black Canary mythology into the mainstream with the character played by played by Katie Cassidy. Dinah Lance, a. a Black Canary, is one of the best hand-to-hand combatants in the entire DC universe, and her abilities are further bolstered by her sonic "Canary Cry" power, which can shatter glass and burst eardrums. The prospect of Black Canary making an appearance in a Birds of Prey movie is exciting on its own, but also because it also lays possible groundwork for the DCEU to introduce her mentor, Wildcat, as well as her longtime boyfriend, Green Arrow. Smollett-Bell broke out as young Eve in the 1997 film Eve's Bayou, and had a lead role in Denzel Washington's 2007 film The Great Debaters. She followed that with series regular roles as Jess Merriweather on Friday Night Lights and Nicole Wright in True Blood. This superhero film will be a departure for her, but it should also be a great showcase. Helena Bertinelli a. a Huntress - Mary Elizabeth Winstead Mary Elizabeth Winstead will play Huntress, who has had several iterations in the DC world. According to Variety, Birds of Prey will show her as a former mafia princess who was devastated at a young age when her family was killed in a mob hit. That turns her into a vigilante, and ultimately leads her to join the Birds of Prey team. Typically operating out of Gotham City (and often considered an honorary member of The Bat Family), Huntress has become known for her generally violent tactics, as well as her trademark use of a crossbow as her primary weapon. Most non-comic book readers will likely remember the villainous portrayal of the character during the first two seasons of The CW's Arrow. Although she is not an original member of the Birds of Prey organization, she has become inextricable from the team, and generally considered one of its most recognizable members. Winstead will reunite with her Fargo Season 3 co-star Ewan McGregor in Birds of Prey. She was a standout in 10 Cloverfield Lane, and already has comic book adaptation experience from Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, which helps get us excited to see her wield a crossbow as Huntress. Detective Renee Montoya - Rosie Perez Fearless Oscar nominee Rosie Perez has been cast as Gotham City Police Department Detective Renee Montoya. Renee Montoya was created for Batman: The Animated Series and returned for The New Batman Adventures. She has previously been depicted in Gotham, Batman: Bad Blood and Batman: The Telltale Series. In the comics, Renee is also one of the DC universe's most prominent gay characters. At one point in the comics, she became The Question, following her mentor Vic Sage. It's not clear yet if Birds of Prey will include The Question aspect of Renee Montoya's story or if she'll stick to being a police detective. But, since Rosie Perez was interested enough to take the role, hopefully that means they gave her character a lot of good material. Cassandra Cain a. Batgirl - Ella Jay Basco Young Ella Jay Basco will make her film debut as Cassandra Cain. In the comics, Cassandra is a teenager/young adult, but in Birds of Prey the half-Asian Cassandra will be a child. Cassandra Cain was introduced in the comics as the daughter of assassins David Cain and Lady Shiva. The child prodigy was raised to become a skilled martial artist and assassin. Weirdly enough, Cassandra was taught not to speak; instead, the parts of her brain normally used for speech were trained to read other people's movements and body language. She ultimately became one of Barbara Gordon/Oracle's field agents. Cassandra is one of several characters who have assumed the role of Batgirl. In the comics, Cassandra also goes by the name Orphan. This will be a breakout role for Ella Jay Basco, whose first credit was as 3-year-old Evelyn Yu in the "Perfect Storm" episode of Grey's Anatomy back in 2013. Since then, she's only had a few TV series roles, and this will be her first movie. What a way to make a debut! Roman Sionis a. Black Mask - Ewan McGregor Ewan McGregor will be playing Birds of Prey 's villain, Black Mask, Deadline confirmed. His Roman Sionis is a mob boss who leads the False Facers gang. Roman came from a rich family, and his parents cared more about that wealth than him. They'd drag him to parties and force him to be friends with other rich young Gothamites like Bruce Wayne. Roman hated his parents' fakeness -- their masks. When they died in a suspicious fire he inherited the Janus Cosmetics Corporation but drove it into the ground, leaving the door open for a Wayne Industries buyout. So, Roman came to hate Bruce Wayne. He carved a mask from his father's black coffin, hence the name, and eventually became one of Gotham's most ruthless crime lords. This won't be the first time Ewan McGregor plays a villain, or joins a blockbuster franchise, but he did play Obi-Wan Kenobi in the Star Wars prequels, so it's definitely a departure. Some of us still know the Scottish actor best from Trainspotting and singing in Mouin Rouge! He took a rare trip to TV to join fellow Birds of Prey star Mary Elizabeth Winstead in Fargo Season 3, and right before this movie opens he'll play grown-up Danny Torrance in Doctor Sleep. We're definitely looking forward to seeing what McGregor brings to the dark role of Black Mask. Victor Zsasz - Chris Messina The most recent addition to the Birds of Prey cast is actor Chris Messina as villain Victor Zsasz. In the comic, Victor is a self-mutilating serial killer. For every life he takes, he carves a mark on his body. Since his entire body is covered in cuts, you can see how many lives he's taken. Victor was once a successful business man in Gotham, but he gambled everything and lost to The Penguin. Victor was about to jump off a bridge when he was attacked by a homeless man. (Only in Gotham can you be attacked mid-suicide. ) Victor murdered the homeless man in self-defense, and that inspired him to kill as many people as possible. Chris Messina is one of those actors who seems to have been in everything, from Six Feet Under and The Mindy Project to Vicky Christina Barcelona and Away We Go. This is definitely a new direction for him, and it further illustrates the bold choices being made for this DC film. Other Confirmed Actors Two other actors have been confirmed to be a part of Birds of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) at this point, but we don't know much about either of the characters they'll be playing. Comedian Ali Wong, who's best known for her two Netflix specials ( Baby Cobra and Hard Knock Wife) and her work on ABC's American Housewife, has been tapped to play someone working alongside Renee Montoya in Gotham law enforcement. We don't know right now if this means she's another cop or someone else working for the GCPD, or if she's a lawyer, but it should be fun to watch Wong bring her manic energy to the film either way. Actor Robert Catrini has also been added to the film, but his role is being kept super mysterious for now. Catrini is a character actor with over 100 film and TV credits dating back to 1995, and has appeared in shows such as Law & Order, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Ally McBeal, General Hospital, 24, Criminal Minds, True Blood and Homeland. Other Birds Of Prey Characters Who Could Appear So far, Birds of Prey has yet to cast Barbara Gordon, and it's possible they will leave the daughter of Commissioner James Gordon behind. But, we'll see. Plenty of other characters have rotated through the Birds of Prey roster over the years. Potential additions to the cast include, but are certainly not limited to, Katana, Hawkgirl, Catwoman, and Poison Ivy -- although major roles for Poison Ivy and Catwoman may be saved for Gotham City Sirens, if that ever gets off the ground. It's also worth noting that the Birds of Prey team lineup is not inherently exclusive to women; male heroes like Nightwing and Blue Beetle have taken up honorary positions among the roster at various points throughout their publication history. How Does Harley Quinn Relate To The Birds Of Prey? Given the fact that the Birds of Prey often operate out of Gotham City, they have come into conflict with Harley Quinn numerous times over the course of their publication history. It's not clear yet how Birds of Prey will connect Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn to the heroines, but Mary Elizabeth Winstead said the movie is sort of a Suicide Squad spinoff, with Harley bringing the girl gang together. The Birds of Prey have worked with villains in the past, and Harley Quinn has definitely proven herself willing to cooperate with others when it benefits her. How Does Birds Of Prey Connect To The DCEU? Birds of Prey will be the eighth film in the DC Extended Universe, following Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman, Justice League, Aquaman, and Shazam! Birds of Prey will be released nearly a year after Shazam! 's April 5, 2019 opening, but -- as of this moment -- just four months before Wonder Woman 1984 arrives on June 5, 2020. We'll have to see if Birds of Prey includes a connection to the Wonder Woman sequel. Wonder Woman 1984 started filming well before Birds of Prey, and it was originally scheduled to open toward the end of 2019, before Birds of Prey 's current release. Now that the dates have been switched, Birds of Prey may include some kind of segue into the next chapter of Wonder Woman's story -- even if that story is another prequel, this time set in the 1980s.

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Watch Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One harley quinn. Good thing Batman is around to stop them. 🤔. The stranger things cast tho. This movie looks so good, I hope it never happens tho. 1 view 33 like how. That hyenas laugh at the end omg and the smile on its face looks like a smirk.

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