Birds of Prey Director Sympathizes with Suicide Squad's David Ayer Over Film ... Birds of Prey director Cathy Yan sympathizes with Suicide Squad director David Ayer about the changes to his movie.
This weekend, the filmmaker lamented the studio forces at play in changing his film. Every person who makes a big-budget movie like this is going to receive notes from decision-makers. Specifically, Ayer took issue with how Batman v. Superman and Deadpool affected his final cut. The director argued that executives wanted to liven up Suicide Squad because of the negative critical response to the Snyder film.
Ayer explained on Twitter this weekend, “This trailer nailed the tone and intention of the film I made. The Birds of Prey filmmaker told The Hollywood Reporter all about what she had to do to keep the movie’s most disturbing scene in the final cut. “I’ll be honest: We had to fight to keep that scene because it was uncomfortable. Do you want to see more films get the Snyder Cut treatment? Disclosure: ComicBook is owned by CBS Interactive, a division of ViacomCBS. Birds of Prey gets new title after disappointing box office results.
Margot Robbie’s photos from behind the scenes of ‘Birds of Prey’… ‘birds of prey’ was a cultural reset. what a picture. a cinematic masterpiece... Birds of Prey Star Margot Robbie Made Sure Harley Quinn Stayed a "Sh-tty Person" Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) is almost here and it won’t be long before the public is raving about Margot Robbie’s performance.
In a recent interview with Cinemablend, the star says that she had to remind everyone on set that despite the lovable nature of the villain, she’s still a terrible person. Those comments are hard to fathom sometimes as Harley has become one of the most beloved DC characters in recent years. But, at the core, she’s still a bad guy and the actress wanted to make sure no one lost sight of that. “Sometimes I’m like, that is not what she would do. Warner Bros. Estimates $45M Opening for BIRDS OF PREY. Birds of Prey Rotten Tomatoes Score Is Out. The DC Movie universe takes another step forward with the release of Birds of Prey this week.
What can we say? #BirdsofPrey is a frickin' good time. Only in theaters Thurs... Birds of Prey Tickets 'Dead In The Water' Following my articles about Birds of Prey tickets not selling, I've just been contacted by a source in Los Angeles that says the flick is "dead in the water.
" While we simply have to check the online ticketing apps, such as Fandango and Atom, to see that no one is buying tickets, a source close to the movie theater industry in Los Angeles fills me in that "there really are no tickets being sold for Birds of Prey. " "All the local theaters are dead in the water with presale tickets," the insider says who is connected to one of the largest theater chains in the Los Angeles area.
The insider goes on to note, that just as I and other fans have done, checking screenings reveals "there are literally showings with zero tickets sold. " Users on social media have also reached out to me with their own screenshots, including from Mexico, where Birds of Prey is also not selling tickets. Birds Of Prey: Harley Quinn Movie's First Critic Reactions Are Here. It won't be in theaters until February 7, but the first social media reactions to Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn) have arrived, and they sound very promising.
This is the first DC film since 2019's Shazam, which was well-received, and it seems like Warner Bros. may have another winner on its hands. "Just saw [Birds of Prey] and am happy to report that it's my favorite modern DC movie yet," GameSpot's own Michael Rougeau said in a tweet. Like Shazam, it carves its own path with totally unique aesthetic, action, and tone. Margot, Ewan, and all the rest are 100% fantabulous. " GameSpot's Meg Downey echoed his thoughts, tweeting, "So [Birds of Prey] was an absolute blast.
You can take a look at even more reactions from critics and press below. Just saw #BirdsofPrey and am happy to report that it's my favorite modern DC movie yet. So #BirdsofPrey was an absolute blast. Saw #BirdsofPrey this morning! Margot Robbie explains why they cut Jared Leto's Joker from 'Birds of Prey' a... Jared Leto's Joker won't appear in the upcoming DC movie "Birds of Prey," and actress and producer Margot Robbie said that his absence was intentional.Instead, "Birds of Prey" will follow Harley Quinn as she teams up with a group of female superheroes to defeat the crime lord Black Mask (Ewan McGregor).Robbie pitched a Harley Quinn "girl gang" movie back when she was filming 2016's "Suicide Squad.
" She said that there was a gap in the market for female ensemble action films.Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After the 2016 box office hit "Suicide Squad" ended with Jared Leto's Joker busting his girlfriend Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) out of prison, viewers might have expected to see the duo together in future DC movies. There were even rumors that Warner Bros. was in "final negotiations" to make a Joker and Harley spin-off back in 2017. Warner Bros. Warner Bros Robbie also served as a producer on the film through her production company, LuckyChap Entertainment. The new rap girls ATE the birds of pray soundtrack up… Saweetie and GALXARA Drop New Track Called "Sway With Me" - PAPER.
The Birds of Prey soundtrack is shaping up to be one hell of a female-empowered OST.
The tune samples Dean Martin's "Sway" with a modern pop/ hip-hop twist, but doesn't lose the same rumba rhythm. In the accompanying video, both GALXARA and Saweetie are dressed in their own versions of a Harley Quinn look while riding through the town in a yellow convertible with young actor Ella Jay Basco, who plays little troublemaker Cassandra Cain in the movie. Watch the three as they take over Gotham City streets in the video below. Ewan McGregor on Birds of Prey: "Proud To Be In A Film That Was A Feminist Fi... Birds of Prey and Black Mask actor Ewan McGregor recently stated that he’s “proud to be involved in a film that was a feminist film that tackled misogyny” while promoting the film at its premiere.
McGregor and co-star Chris Messina, who plays serial killer Victor Szasz spoke to the Associated Press. Messina begins saying, “It’s about time.” Then McGregor adds, “Yea, it’s about time. We were both really proud. We talked about it. McGregor added, “Not only in the sort of extreme ends of misogyny, but also the everyday mild misogyny women have to put up with.”
He continued, “And this film peppered with references to that. This has been a talking point of the film for McGregor. Birds Of Prey’s Margot Robbie Has A Hilarious Response To Joaquin Phoenix Jok... Do Not Sell My Personal Information When you visit our website, we store cookies on your browser to collect information.
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Birds of Prey Uses Ace Chemicals Footage from Ayer's Suicide Squad. Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), uses footage from 2016's Suicide Squad, according to the film's director, Cathy Yan.
The scene that uses the footage is featured in the second trailer Warner Bros released for the movie. In a few shots at the beginning of the trailer, Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) crashes a gas truck (or similar) into the ACE Chemical Plant. The resulting explosion is nothing short of epic, and Harley walks away unharmed. ‘Birds Of Prey’ has a subtle nod to another ‘Suicide Squad’ member. Birds Of Prey is almost in theaters and as opening day draws closer, more secrets about the film are being released. Director Cathy Yan recently revealed that Harley Quinn comes across a subtle nod to Suicide Squad in the upcoming film.
Spoiler Alert: The easter egg isn’t super important as far as the film’s plot goes, but if you desire absolutely no spoilers before you see the film, we suggest bookmarking this article for later. Read more: Post Malone, ADTR fuse in “If It Means I’m Better Now” mashup According to Cinemablend, in the scene where Harley walks out of the police station, she recognizes someone on a wanted poster. “Hey, I know that guy,” she says when she sees the poster. The villain happens to be none other than Boomerang (Jai Courtney,) who was one of the main characters in Suicide Squad. When asked if the nod was on purpose, BOP director Cathy Yan confirmed the easter egg. “Yeah, exactly,” she says. Black Mask Gay In Birds Of Prey Confirms Ewan McGregor. As has been rumored, the Black Mask is gay in Birds of Prey, as confirmed by the actor who plays the part, Ewan McGregor.
Thursday night Variety caught up with Ewan McGregor and Chris Messina, who plays Zsasz, and asked if their characters are gay in the flick. "It's very complicated, "McGregor starts to say. "Their relationship is very much based... there's a want and a need in there for sure. " Messina adds, "There's like a real love of anarchy. Birds Of Prey Teaser Reveals Harley Quinn/Black Mask Interrogation Scene. A newly released Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) behind-the-scenes video includes brand new footage, including an interrogation scene between Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn, Ewan McGregor's Black Mask, and Chris Messina's Victor Zsasz.
The upcoming film in Warner Bros.' DC Extended Universe takes Harley out of the Suicide Squad and away from the Joker, teaming her with the girl gang of Black Canary (Jurnee Smollett-Bell), Huntress (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), Renee Montoya (Rosie Perez), and Cassandra Cain (Ella Jay Basco). Thanks to the film's raucous trailers and colorful marketing, we already have a pretty good idea what the tone of Birds of Prey will be, but plot specifics remain sparse. What we do know is that crime boss Roman Sionis (aka Black Mask) places a hit on a young thief (Cain) after she steals from him a diamond. Colorful New 'Birds of Prey' Images Highlight Margot Robbie‘s Harley Quinn. Warner Bros. shares with Bloody Disgusting a colorful image gallery from Cathy Yan‘s Birds of Prey, their Suicide Squad spinoff that gives Margot Robbie‘s wild and crazy Harley Quinn her own film. The photos from the film celebrate the other antiheroes as well, Mary Elizabeth Winstead‘s Huntress, Jurnee Smollett-Bell‘s Black Canary, Ella Jay Basco‘s Cassandra Cain, and Rosie Perez‘s Renee Montoya, as well as the film’s villain, Black Mask, played by Ewan McGregor.
Birds of Prey has been dated for February 7, 2020. Warner Bros. shares with Bloody Disgusting a colorful image gallery from Cathy Yan‘s Birds of Prey, their Suicide Squad spinoff that gives Margot Robbie‘s wild and crazy Harley Quinn her own film. The photos from the film celebrate the other antiheroes as well, Mary Elizabeth Winstead‘s Huntress, Jurnee Smollett-Bell‘s Black Canary, Ella Jay Basco‘s Cassandra Cain, and Rosie Perez‘s Renee Montoya, as well as the film’s villain, Black Mask, played by Ewan McGregor. Birds of Prey's Black Canary Took Inspiration from Injustice 2. We Already 100% Stan the 'Birds of Prey' Soundtrack. We're less than a month away from the release of Warner Bros.' latest superhero flick Birds of Prey, the badass, female-centric, Harley Quinn passion project Oscar nominee Margot Robbie worked hard to get made, and although the DC fandom is mostly talking about the new, final trailer that was just released today, another really big announcement was also just made: the soundtrack is going to feature an all-star lineup of amazing women musicians!
Simply entitled Birds of Prey: The Album, the official soundtrack is slated to include so many bops from a wide array of female artists like Megan Thee Stallion, Normani, Doja Cat, and Saweetie, and with the inclusion of Fifth Harmony alum Lauren Jauregui, pop superstar Halsey, and K.Flay, the soundtrack also has a ton of queer excellence! BIRDS OF PREY - Official Trailer 1.