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'Birds of Prey' Spinoff Centered on Jurnee Smollett's Black Canary In the Works!

It looks like Jurnee Smollett is getting her own DC movie!

A Birds of Prey spinoff movie, centered on the 34-year-old Lovecraft Country actress’ character Dinah Lance/Black Canary, is in the works.

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Margot Robbie Gave a Very Honest Update About 'Birds of Prey 2'

Margot Robbie is cutting to the chase.

The 30-year-old Academy Award-nominated Suicide Squad actress, who starred in Birds of Prey last year, opened up about the possibility of a sequel in an interview with Den of Geek.

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Jurnee Smollett Reveals If She Would Want to Play Black Canary Again

Jurnee Smollett is dishing on the possibility of playing Black Canary again!

In a new interview, the 33-year-old actress chatted about her new show Lovecraft Country with show-creator Misha Green.

During the conversation, Jurnee was asked if she would reprise her role as Black Canary from Birds of Prey in a project helmed from Misha.

“It’s no secret how much I love Black Canary. It’s a dream, character and was a dream to play her,” Jurnee shared with Variety. “If [the] dynamics fell in the right way, I would absolutely do it in a heartbeat, and Lord knows, I follow Misha wherever she leads me.”

As of right now, there’s no plans for a Birds of Prey sequel or a Black Canary standalone film just yet.

Birds of Prey: and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn is available for streaming on HBO Max now.

The Roller Derby Scene in 'Birds of Prey' With Margot Robbie Was Made Up Of Real Pros

Margot Robbie got to train with real roller derby pros for that roller derby scene in Birds of Prey.

In an bonus clip from the digital release of the film (via), skating technical advisor Rachel Rotten and Margot opened up about training with real pros and just how they filmed the fight scenes.

“In the New 52 comic, there’s a roller-derby fight-club situation,” Margot shared. “I love that comic book. I kept saying, ‘We have to have roller derby, we have to have roller derby.’”

She added that during her training with the pros, she “definitely underestimated how hard it would be, because I thought, ‘Oh, I’ve done I, Tonya, I’ve done a lot of ice skating — throw some wheels on and it’ll be the same thing.’ It definitely wasn’t as painful as ice skating, I have to say.”

Margot‘s skating double Renae Moneymaker stepped in for the fight scene on the track.

“Doing a fight scene is difficult in its own right, but then you put roller skates on your feet and it changes everything,” she shared of the scene, and added that “Margot is so good on the skates that anything short of those bigger double gags, she was able to do just fine.”

Birds of Prey is out on VOD now.

'Birds of Prey' VOD Release Day Pushed Up Due To Coronavirus

Birds of Prey is coming to your small screen earlier than expected!

Along with a few other titles, the Margot Robbie led film will be released on VOD on March 24th, instead of the planned date in May, Variety reports.

Director Cathy Yan supported the early release earlier in the day, writing, “I would not be opposed to putting Birds of Prey on VOD earlier” on Twitter.

Birds of Prey is also priced at $19.99 to own.

Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Rosie Perez, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, and Ella Jay Basco also star in the film, which was just released in February.

Here's the Real Story Behind the 'Birds of Prey' Title Change

If you go to buy tickets to Birds of Prey online, you might notice that the film currently has a different title. Now, the real story behind the title change has been revealed.

While most fans assumed that Warner Bros. decided to change the film’s title after the movie disappointing at the box office during opening weekend, the studio actually had nothing to do with it.

Top theater chains like AMC, Regal, and Cinemark are all displaying the title as Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey to make it more clear that the film is about Margot Robbie‘s beloved DC Comics character.

Atom Tickets’ Alisha Grauso reports that the change is “for display/search purposes only for vendors and theaters, not an official title change.”

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'Birds of Prey' Has a New Title After Opening Weekend Box Office Numbers Were Lower Than Anticipated

Margot Robbie‘s Birds of Prey, originally titled Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn, has a brand new title.

It seems as if Warner Bros. thinks viewers may not realize that Birds of Prey centers around Harley Quinn, so they changed the name to Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey, EW reports.

The film did not perform as well as expected in the box office during opening weekend after only earning just over $33 million. Projections originally estimated the film would earn $50-55 million during opening weekend.

In other Birds of Prey news, the title character apparently is supporting this democratic candidate for President!

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