A very talented DC comics fan has created a gorgeous rendering of Mission: Impossible – Fallout’s Vanessa Kirby as Black Canary in the upcoming Birds of Prey adaptation.
Since Mission: Impossible released the latest installment in theatres, fans have been clamoring for Kirby to play the role of Black Canary in Birds of Prey. While casting for the film is still under wraps, shooting for Birds of Prey is expected to begin early next year. So, we should be hearing some casting news very soon. If fans get their way Kirby will be joining Margot Robbie, who will be playing Harley Quinn. Hopefully, the actress will look as good as she does in Instagram user “atlant.99’s” artwork:
Though Kirby would be a great pick for the role, rumors have been swirling that WB is eyeing Blake Lively for the role. While both would fit in quite well, this art may have fans leaning a little more towards Kirby for Birds of Prey.
What do you think? Would you like to see Kirby join Birds of Prey as Black Canary? Let us know down in the comments!
10 Actresses Who Could Play Black Canary In The DC Extended Universe
The superhero genre is still thriving despite many saying that it would not last. The way that it is doing that is by constantly changing and adapting to the times. Many clamored for more female superhero leads. There were ones here and there but they all had the misfortune of being bad to terrible. Now with the success of Wonder Woman on the big screen and shows such as Marvel’s Jessica Jones and Supergirl on television, it is a great time for female heroes to strike. Black Canary can be the next big female superhero to hit the mainstream.
Black Canary has had a long history in the pages of DC Comics since her introduction. She has been a star, a co-star with Green Arrow, a member of the Justice League and so on. With a resume like that in comics, you can put her in many different roles, but you need the right actress to bring her to life.
Here are 10 actresses who could play Black Canary in the DC Extended Universe. Hit Next to get started!