Birds of Prey Trailer #2 Delivers the Black Mask DC Fans Were Waiting For
Warner Bros. released a new trailer for Birds of Prey . The latest preview of the upcoming film gives fans a better idea of what to expect, as well as the first official preview of Ewan McGregor's black mask. Comic book fans will be happy to know that the villain is incredibly close to the source material. Plus, the latest footage teases the R-rated aspect of the film more, with a little more humor.
The Last Birds of Prey the trailer shows Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), Black Canary ( Jurnee Smollett-Bell), Huntress (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), Cassandra Cain (Ella Jay Basco) and Renee Montoya (Rosie Perez) join forces to take on the mysterious black mask of Ewan McGregor. While we still don't know much about how the villain will be portrayed on the big screen, the latest trailer not only features a close-up of the infamous mask, it also shows McGregor in full costume, the looks rather threatening. Quinn and his crew bring light, so Black Mask can bring darkness.
The Second Birds of Prey trailer also shows the "Canary cry" of Black Canary as it uses it to eliminate some Black Mask goons. Power was first introduced in the 1960s and has been shown on the small screen more than once, but with a more casual approach. Margot Robbie and Warner Bros. have decided to do the "Canary cry" over it for the big screen, which is more like a sonic energy shock wave. He is powerful and takes on even more weight with the take of Lucy Woodward on "It Oh So Quiet" playing in the background with the singer's cries in synchronization with the action.
Birds of Prey is directed by Cathy Yan from a screenplay written by Christina Hodson. The screenwriter has stated in the past that the film was more of an original story for the birds, while Margot Robbie clearly intends to make more films in the future with some or all of the characters in different couples. Obviously, everything will depend on how this first episode hits theaters next month. So far, the answer seems to be quite enthusiastic, especially for almost four years since we saw Robbie as Harley Quinn.
Birds of Prey ( and the fantastic emancipation of One Harley Quinn) will hit theaters on February 7. According to the first predictions, the film would be between 40 and 60 million dollars. However, DC and Warner Bros have been on the rise lately, so there is a chance with the latest trailer and the success of Joker that there is more than that. money to make in the long run. Anyway, Birds of Prey looks like what a lot of fans have asked for in terms of more Harley Quinn and more diversity in screen. You can check out the new trailer above, thanks to the Warner Bros. Pictures YouTube channel.