The first full-length trailer for Birds of Prey, featuring Margot Robbie’s colorful alter-ego, has finally arrived.

The female-led comic film adaptation puts the band of anti-heroines in charge of protecting Cassandra Cain, played by Ella Jay Basco, from Black Mask.

Harley’s lethal girl-gang in the “Suicide Squad” spin-off features Mary Elizabeth Winstead (“Fargo”) as Huntress, Jurnee Smollett-Bell (“Underground”) as Black Canary, and Rosie Perez (“She’s Gotta Have It”) as Renee Montoya. Cathy Yan directed the film.

Birds of Prey hits theaters on Feb. 7, 2020.

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By Craig Suide

A genuine (OCD) enthusiast of Sci-FI and fantasy. Addicted to stories. a life-long fan of movies, TV, and pop culture in general. Purchased first comic book at age five, and never stopped. Began reading a lot early on, and discovered ancient mythology, and began reading science fiction around the same time. Made first attempts at writing genre fiction around age 12 Freelance writer for Sci-Fi Nerd (Facebook), retired professional gourmet chef. ex-musician, and illustrator

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  1. ?? A recurring thing in nearly all of the Harley Quinn media productions, is that she is INCREDIBLY LUCKY! Even when the Joker tries to kill her off, apparently SOMETHING always happens to save her at the last moment! A possible comic book explanation of this statistically impossible thing, is that Harley has a super power! That is, she might be a Meta-Human (which is DC’s answer to the mutants, who simply just have powers, in the Marvel Universe) whose super power is being LUCKY. This ability might have been catalyzed by the traumatic event inflicted on her by the Joker, which, instead of leading to her death, was the incredible result of them falling in love on the spot! But, this power is NOT the kind of general luck, or localized psychic probability vectoring manipulation, which enables someone to win the lottery, etc. It’s a very exacting kind of ‘last minute luck’, that ONLY kicks in when she’s in danger, and saves her life! Seriously, how can even an Olympic athlete keep surviving a rain of bullets, battle super strong opponents, or being thrown off tall buildings, that OFTEN?!? And, because all super powers must have a downside, a possible side effect of her power, is that using it a lot, strains her mind and brain internally, so that she’s nearly always nuts!

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