Second Trailer for Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn Movie 'Birds of Prey'

January 9, 2020
Source: YouTube

Birds of Prey Trailer

"Now that I've cut ties with Mr. J, I'm about to learn that a lot of people want me dead." Warner Bros has debuted a second official trailer for Birds of Prey, the Harley Quinn movie dropping in theaters February, following the badass first trailer from last year. The full-on title is still the glorious Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn, starring Margot Robbie as the iconic DC Comics villain, reprising her role from Suicide Squad (it's sort of a sequel but without Joker or Batman). She joins superheroes Black Canary, Huntress, and Renee Montoya to save a young girl from an evil crime lord. The full cast also includes Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Ella Jay Basco, Rosie Perez, Chris Messina, Ewan McGregor, Charlene Amoia, Talon Reid, with Ali Wong. This looks even better than the first trailer! Hot damn! Bring on the glory of Harley Quinn in 2020. I'm all in for this.

Here's the second official trailer (+ new poster) for Cathy Yan's Birds of Prey, direct from WB's YouTube:

Birds of Prey Poster

You can still watch the first full trailer for WB's Birds of Prey movie here, to see the original first look again.

For more info and updates on Birds of Prey - follow on Twitter @birdsofpreywb or visit the Facebook page.

Harley Quinn has split with the Joker following the events of Suicide Squad. Batman has disappeared, leaving Gotham City unprotected from crime. When a young girl named Cassandra Cain comes across a diamond belonging to crime lord who goes by the name of Black Mask, Harley joins forces with Black Canary, Huntress and Renee Montoya to protect her. Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn is directed by Chinese-American filmmaker Cathy Yan, her second film following Dead Pigs previously, and a number of short films. The screenplay is written by Christina Hodson; based on the "Birds of Prey" comics created by Chuck Dixon, Jordan B. Gorfinkel, & Greg Land. Warner Bros will release Yan's Birds of Prey in theaters everywhere starting February 7th, 2020 early next month. Who's excited?

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Works as a music video but remains ambiguous about the quality of the film itself ...

shiboleth on Jan 9, 2020


I've pretty much lost interest in Ms. Robbie and her involvement in this kind of tripe. It's not even good tripe. Just badly conceived and done. Even the costumes are terrible. Hers especially. It's a pity women have to make this kind of tripe when they get the chance and they turn out mediocre, lame stuff like this. Robbie is a producer on this too. Ugh!

thespiritbo on Jan 9, 2020


Most women don't understand this type of property.

RPD on Jan 12, 2020


None of these kinds of movies are my cup of tea. I think they all are infantile tripe whether men or women make them. Having said that, women did Wonder Woman and that seemed to hit quite well. I hated it, of course. Well, not hated it as I don't get emotionally involved in these silly movies. I watched it on cable over a couple of nights just to see what they did with it. So I don't know if women don't understand 'this type of property'. I'm a guy and I sure don't. I worked for 40 yrs. in film and am glad to be retired and away from it all as today's movies are not for me. Cheers...good posts from you, by the way...especially make better movies worth a shit if you want people to show up for them.

thespiritbo on Jan 12, 2020


Looks pretty messy. Good for a rent.

DAVIDPD on Jan 9, 2020


"in theaters everywhere starting on February 7th, 2020 in two months." Don't worry Alex. I'm sure with all the excitement of the holiday/awards season those two months will seem to pass by in half that time.

Akirakorn on Jan 9, 2020


Woops. Hahaha. In theaters... soon! Fixing this now. 😉

Alex Billington on Jan 9, 2020


I'm watching!

Whichhalfofthewit on Jan 9, 2020


I want to like this but it just looks horrible

rickvanr on Jan 10, 2020


When nobody shows up to see this garbage they'll be on social media blaming men and the patriarchy, just like Banks did w/Charlie's Angels. Women, if you want people to show up for your movies try making something worth a shit.

RPD on Jan 12, 2020


Everyone underestimates DC movies, they'll ALWAYS draw people in. No matter what. Even if they're not that great, for whatever reason movies based on (major) DC Comics characters always draw a crowd. Just look at Suicide Squad - that was terrible, and it made over $745 million worldwide.

Alex Billington on Jan 12, 2020

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