Until now, Birds of Prey has taken flight at long last. Harley Quinn’s standalone film has been a long time coming, but its production kicked off on the project this week. Now, the first set photos of Birds of Prey have surfaced online, giving fans a new look at Margot Robbie all done up.
Recently over on Twitter, fans began to circulate new set photos taken from Birds of Prey. With actors on set, the stills have captured the likes of Margot Robbie in her character. And Harley Quinn looks glitzier than ever before here.
Oh, and the vixen’s up-do? That’s what we call hair goals.
— ~Oracle (@4eyedRaven) January 29, 2019
As we see above, Birds of Prey set photos reveal a new Harley outfit. She has her blond-haired dyed with teal tips, and her getup is just as colorful. Putting on a sequin trench coat, Harley has on a mesh top with stars sewn into its netting. Her look arrives with short booties and some colorfully striped trousers.
In the other photos, Harley Quinn is seen hanging over a man on an empty street. One picture has her leaning on the guy with an arm slung over his shoulder. The pair appears to be headed towards a car. And in the second image, the two is seemingly standing close on a doorstep.
Still, details about Birds of Prey remain quiet so far, but fans did get a good look at the film yesterday.
Although the production just began, a teaser for the movie went live featuring its main cast. Not only did Margot Robbie appear as Harley Quinn, but Mary Elizabeth Winstead showed up as the Huntress. Meanwhile, Jurnee Smollett-Bell stepped in as Black Canary, Jay Basco as Cassandra Cain, and Rose Perez as Renee Montoya. Alongside the team, Ewan McGregor appeared as Black Mask while Chris Messina rounded up the teased cast as Victor Zsasz.
Birds of Prey (& the Fantabulous Emancipation of one Harley Quinn) comes to theaters on February 7, 2020. Other upcoming DC Extended Universe films include Shazam! on April 5, and Wonder Woman 1984 on June 5, 2020.
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