Both Versions Of ‘Birds Of Prey’ Script Have Harley Quinn & Batgirl

Batgirl Harley Quinn Birds of PreyNew details regarding the Birds of Prey feature film which is in development at Warner Bros. and DC Films have surfaced.

According to Variety reporter Justin Kroll, two different versions of the script are in the works, with the only constant between the two being that they each feature Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn and Batgirl who has yet to be cast. In addition, Kroll has also revealed that there is a chance the upcoming Suicide Squad sequel will roll into production following principal photography for Birds of Prey.

Cathy Yan (Dead Pigs) is set to direct Birds of Prey from a script written by Bumblebee and Shut In writer Christina Hodson. In addition to it being Robbie’s next outing as Harley Quinn, she’ll also produce the film under her LuckyChap Entertainment banner as part of a first look deal she has with the studio.

DC Comics’ Birds of Prey are an international crimefighting team featuring heroines such as Oracle (Barbara Gordon), Black Canary (Dinah Laurel Lance) and the Huntress (Helena Bertinelli). The comic book teams current lineup consists of Black Canary, Huntress, and Lady Blackhawk, along with Hawk and Dove.

Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on the future of the DC slate as we learn it.

10 Essential Superman Comics You Need To Read

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Superman DC ComicsSuperman, the quintessential superhero, seems to get a lot of guff from fans. The world’s most powerful Boy Scout can be a boring character when he’s not handled properly, but when he’s being guided by someone who truly understands him and his emotional complexities, fans should expect an amazing story.

Yeah, Superman can punch his way out of simple problems, but when the audience gets to see him think or deal with personal vulnerabilities we develop a special bond with the character. To follow someone who has to be careful about sneezing in public in case they knock someone over or can’t help his friends move furniture in case it betrays his strength can be extremely interesting.

Superman represents hope and believing in yourself. While it might seem like Superman can do anything, his stories really teach audiences that if they believe in themselves their ability to do good is unlimited. Even the world’s most powerful person has emotional problems, and to see him try to overcome his pain serves as a nice reminder that all of us are strong, no matter how low we may feel in a particular moment.

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Michael Mistroff

Michael Mistroff

Michael Mistroff is a Film/TV Reporter and the News Editor at Heroic Hollywood.