A new Birds of Prey still has a pretty dangerous situation for the Clown Princess of Crime.
The photo, released, shows Harley Quinn staring anxiously at someone out – of-frame while several men point their guns behind her. The meaning of the scene and its connection to the large film are currently unknown.
Birds of Prey will feature Helena Bertinelli / Huntress, Dinah Laurel Lance / Black Canary, and Renee Montoya as well as several other notable characters in the DC Extended Universe. In addition to Harley, The film is the first R-rated DCEU film.
Harley Quinn, which was created by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm, first appeared in Batman: The Animated Series, where Arleen Sorkin spoke before making her way to comic books. Margot Robbie brought the character to the large screen of the 2016 suicide team and in 2021 she will take over the role of James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad. Now, Kaley Cuoco voices Harley Quinn’s character in DC Universe.
Therefore, unlike the suicide squad finale, in which the once-famous Mistah J released Harley from prison, Birds of Prey will see Margot Robbie rescued herself from the crowds in which she joins, as a prime example of this picture from Fandango. That’s exactly where her DC-anti-hero needs to be because she has the abilities and the courage to go all the way.
2020 is in its early stages, but the women of the DC Comics universe look ready for the world, as both Birds of Prey and Wonder Woman of 1984 are trying, in the name of balancing scales, to dominate the box office scene for action films.
And on February 7, 2020, the Harley squad will be the first crack on the bat, as Birds Of Prey and One Harley Quinn’s incredible liberation will fill the screen with aggression, turmoil and his whole title.