The trailer of Warner Bros.’s new Birds of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) film has been rated, indicating that it will be released soon. Although the last DC film to hit theaters was Todd Phillips, the Joker has no connection with Kathy Yan’s Birds of Prey, which is (temporarily titled) within the DC Extended Universe.
Margot Robbie reprises her role as Harley Quinn from David Ayers’ suicide squad, though Harley breaks up with her clown (Jared Leto) and sets off on her adventure. In the bird’s hunt, Harley protects the young Cassandra Kane (Ella J. Basco), Quinn Huntress (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), Black Canary (Jenny Smollett-Bell) and Renee Montoya (Rosie Perez).
Although Harley Quinn originated in Suicide Squad, her next DCEU outing has little connection to Iyer’s film. Instead, director Yann and screenwriter Christina Hodgson focused on delivering a standalone film featuring Robbie’s beloved character. Also, Harley Quinn is working with new characters and faces off against DC villains Black Mask (Evan McGregor) and Victor Zasz (Chris Messina). Just a month away from hitting theaters with Birds of Prey, Warner Bros. is making their marketing push-ups for a DC film. Now, the trailer of the film Birds of Pre has been rated and may come soon.
However, we do not know for sure whether the upcoming Birch pre-trailer is red-banded until confirmed or released. Certainly, fans are excited to see that Robbie and the cast will appreciate a crossroads with their R rating as a red-band trailer, but Warner Bros. released a trailer for everyone to promote the film are doing. as much as possible. So far, the Bird of the Pre Weekend box office estimates have been solid for its R-rating, but Warner Bros. does not doubt that it is more than wildly successful.
The film also does not feature the Black Mask wearing the villain’s signature mask, although McGregor has been a high point for many in the marketing of Birds of Prey. Fans will just have to wait and see what the Pre Boy’s full bird store is all about; Now that it has been rated, however, it should arrive soon.