It’s custom for DC Films. Allow set leaks and behind the scenes photos of costumes not meant to be shown. That was, of course, until Cathy Yan & Margot Robbie changed all that. When we saw Joker highlight Joaquin Phoenix for the first time, it was shocking. But seeing Margot Robbie post a Harley Quinn picture, then have a video released; Yan blew my mind. We now have our First Look at the Birds Of Prey Cast.
Revealing every major character for the film in full costume is something that I don’t believe any DC Film has done before, making this all the more unique. Not only does it feel like Cathy Yan’s Dead Pigs, but having the music video-esque intro looks unique and fresh. This has been my most anticipated of the upcoming DC Films and it’s looking very promising. Check out video and images below:
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Birds Of Prey First Look
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