Margot Robbie Says Birds of Prey is Told in Harley Quinn's POV

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
November 17, 2019  01:45 PM

 

We're only a few months away from the premiere of Birds of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) and fans are probably wondering if the film is going to be as crazy as the trailer implies. Well, Margot Robbie has just revealed that the entire movie will be told from her character's point of view so we're pretty sure it's going to be nuts.

Robbie recently spoke to Variety about her upcoming DC Extended Universe film and the Bombshell actress confirmed that fans will get to know what it's like to be in Harley's head in Birds of Prey.

“The story in Birds of Prey is told from her point of view, so you have an insight into Harley’s world in a way that you didn’t in the first Suicide Squad film, nor that you’ll have in the next Suicide Squad film,” Robbie revealed.

This is welcome news for Harley fans who felt that the character didn't get enough exposure in the first Suicide Squad movie. Robbie went on to give a colorful description of the new Warner Bros. film.

“It’s a little bonkers,” she said. “It reflects her personality. It’s heightened. It’s poppy, it’s fun, it’s violent, it’s crazy. It’s absurd. It’s kooky. It’s hilarious. It’s a little heartbreaking.”

We're a bit wary of the "heartbreaking" part, which could have something to do with Harley's emotional breakup with Joker. Nevertheless, we're already looking forward to the "kooky" and "bonkers" part of the film.

Birds of Prey will hit theaters on February 7, 2020.

Related: Margot Robbie Hypes Up The Suicide Squad, Praises James Gunn Humor

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