The Birds of Prey are definitely a famous comic book team, but they aren’t nearly as recognizable as the Justice League or The Bat Family.
Margot Robbie, a.k.a. Harley Quinn, revealed in an Instagram photo that the full title of the movie is Birds of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn).The title also works as a tongue-in-cheek riff off the movie Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance). Bird humor never gets old!
What Is The Birds Of Prey Release Date?
Birds of Prey is currently scheduled for release on February 7, 2020. Birds of Prey was previously set to open on Valentine’s Day 2020, but it was moved back one week, so it wouldn’t conflict with Bond 25, which was supposed to open this February 14 but moved itself to April 2020 anyway.
What Is The Birds Of Prey Rating?
Birds of Prey is currently confirmed to be rated R. That’s in line with what Margot Robbie wanted when she pitched the idea of “an R-rated girl gang film.” This will be an edgy departure, following the successes of other R-rated comic book films like Fox’s Deadpool and Logan.
When Did Birds Of Prey Start Filming?
Birds of Prey reportedly started filming in January 2019 in Los Angeles, under the working title Fox Force Five, and ended filming in April 2019.