• BIRDS OF PREY: WB Reportedly Looking At Ewan McGregor And Sharlto Copley For Black Mask

    27 days ago - By Comic Book Movie

    Though it's not clear if the studio has actually met with either actor yet, Warner Bros. is said to be interested in both Sharlto Copley and Ewan McGregor for the role of Black Mask in Birds of Prey...
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  • Birds Of Prey Won't Have Batman Protecting Gotham City

    Birds Of Prey Won't Have Batman Protecting Gotham City

    27 days ago - By Cinéma Blend

    Evidently the Caped Crusader has vacated Gotham during Birds of Prey .
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  • Birds of Prey: WB Wants Ewan McGregor or Sharlto Copley For Villain

    Birds of Prey: WB Wants Ewan McGregor or Sharlto Copley For Villain

    27 days ago - By Screen Rant

    Ewan McGregor or Sharlto Copley could be the villain in Birds of Prey. Warner Bros. is moving full steam ahead on their next Harley Quinn project. Margot Robbie took a special interest in Birds of Prey during its development and pushed the movie quickly onto WB's radar. She's not only starring but producing the film, and has been focused on bringing diverse female voices to the project. Cathy Yan is set to direct the movie, making her the latest female director DC has hired and the first Chinese filmmaker to helm a superhero pic. So far in the casting process, they've stayed true to this...
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  • Birds of Prey Reportedly Takes Place In Gotham But Without Batman

    Birds of Prey Reportedly Takes Place In Gotham But Without Batman

    27 days ago - By Screen Rant

    Gotham will be the setting for Birds of Prey , but it reportedly won't have its protector Batman. Margot Robbie's return as Harley Quinn is finally taking shape. After Warner Bros. and DC developed four different projects that would conceivably be led by Harley, it is Birds of Prey that first gets to utilize the Suicide Squad breakout. The project will be directed by Cathy Yan and just recently named Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Jurnee Smollett-Bell as its Huntress and Black Canary respectively. The casting decision comes right on the heels of WB giving Birds of Prey an early 2020 release...
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