Greg Hopwood, the concept artist for Birds of Prey, recently released a batch of unused character designs from the film. The designs include alternate looks for Harley Quinn and the…
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Heroic Girls Podcast: Season 1, Episode 1
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Margot Robbie’s ‘Birds of Prey’ Movie Casts Its Black Canary and the Huntress
Margot Robbie's all-female Birds of Prey movie is starting to shape up. Mary Elizabeth Winstead has been cast as Gotham vigilante the Huntress and Jurnee Smollett-Bell joining the cast as the superpowered…
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New Margot Robbie Harley Quinn Movie Enters Pre-Production
Months before Suicide Squad has even opened, Warner Bros. is so confident than Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn will be a breakout star, that they’ve given the actress a chance to reprise the role in an untitled project that she will also produce, according to an article in The Hollywood Reporter.
What is even more interesting is that the project will not be a Harley Quinn solo movie. Rather, it will focus on a number of DC’s female heroes and villains. Names being thrown around include Batgirl and the Birds of Prey.
Robbie is the driving force behind the movie, according to sources. She dove deep into DC comics lore to prepare for her role as Harley and fell in love with the female heroes and villains. She pitched the idea of a female-driven superhero film to Warner Bros. brass and got the go-ahead based on the strength of her performance in Suicide Squad.
Robbie has brought in an unnamed mystery writer who is currently penning the script, and she is reportedly very excited to bring more of DC’s deeps stable of female characters to the big screen.
Cosplay: Big Barda and Black Canary
Anya wanted to be Big Barda this year for her cosplay/Halloween costume. We hemmed and hawed on it, because it is a really difficult costume — but eventually we gave in. Stella selected Barda’s Birds of Prey teammate Black Canary.
We learned so much while making the Big Barda costume. We made armor, a kick-butt helmet, bracers, a “Mega Rod.” Several friends asked us why we did not make YouTube videos documenting the process. That would have been a bit awkward as for a lot of it, we were watching other people’s YouTube videos to see how it was done. Maybe next year we will feel confident enough to make our own.
As always, we want to thank the wonderful Adrienne Hebb, our extraordinary seamstress friend. This year she was instrumental in resizing an adult-scale bodysuit to fit a kid-sized Big Barda.
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