Birds of Prey first reactions highlight Margot Robbie and Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s performances and action scenes!

Birds of Prey first reactions highlight Margot Robbie and Mary Elizabeth Winstead's performances and action scenes!

Yesterday in London we had the preview of Birds of Prey – Harlequin and its Fabulous Emancipation! with the presence of the cast.

And Warner Bros. also released the film’s first reactions on social media, and of course, some foreign journalists who were able to watch the film used Twitter to briefly comment on the project.

The highlights were the presence of Harlequin by Margot Robbie and actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead as the Huntress.

Many of the profiles commented on the action scenes.

Check out some:

Saw #BirdsofPrey this morning! I liked it a lot. The stuff I loved: the action, the tone and just how creative the direction is. Margot Robbie completely sells the incredibly choreographed fight sequences and their gleeful brutality, this whole scene in particular ⬇️⬇️ pic.twitter.com/UBb0FPAa14

– Terri Schwartz (@Terri_Schwartz) January 29, 2020
I saw Birds of Prey this morning and I really liked it! What I loved: the action, the tone, and how creative the direction was. Margot Robbie completely sells the incredibly choreographed and brutally colored fighting sequences …

#BirdsOfPrey has terrific action, humor & some of the more memorable characters we’ve seen in a DC movie, but the biggest highlight is Margot Robbie. She is fantabulous as Harley, while also proving that sometimes our most valued relationships are the ones we have w / good food pic.twitter.com/EDQ3sr5JtL

– Erik Davis (@ErikDavis) January 29, 2020
Birds of Prey have incredible action scenes, humor, and some of the most memorable characters I’ve seen in a DC movie, but the highlight is Margot Robbie. She looks fantastic as a Harlequin and proves that the most valuable relationships are those we share with good food.

#BirdsofPrey is a ridiculous and rad superhero film. The fight scenes are phenomenal and the villains are delicious. It shouldn’t have taken this long to get the Birds of Prey on film but it was a lot of fun.

– Jill Pantozzi (@JillPantozzi) January 29, 2020
Birds of Prey is a radical and funny superhero movie. The action fights are phenomenal and the villains are delicious. It shouldn’t have taken so long to put Birds of Prey in the movie, but it was fun.

#BirdsofPrey is delightfully unassuming and unconcerned with its place in a larger context. It’s a bonkers bananas crime comedy and a genuine party movie. Everyone is having a blast but Mary Elizabeth Winstead plays Huntress like a supporting character from THE TICK. It rocks. pic.twitter.com/7MRMKkZ0oi

– Scott Mendelson (@ScottMendelson) January 29, 2020
Birds of Prey is delightfully unpretentious with its place in a larger context. It is a crazy and funny film about robbery and genuinely a big party. Everyone seems to have a lot of fun, but Mary Elizabeth Winstead plays the Huntress as a character in the series The Tick and that’s a plus.

The feature will have pre-paid releases on February 5th.

Check the list of cinemas here.

According to the synopsis of the film, after ending the relationship with the Joker, Harlequin (Margot Robbie) stops on a mission along with Black Canary (Jurnee Smollett-Bell), Huntress (Elizabeth Wintead) and Renne Montoya (Rosie Perez) to save a young girl (Ella Jay Basco) from the hands of a Gotham City crime boss called Black Mask (Ewan McGregor).

“The action scenes were made to be as real as possible” says director of Aves de Rapina at a press conference!

Cathy Yan drives. Christina Hodson write the script.

Have you ever heard of the police officer, the singer, the psychopath and the mafia princess? “Birds of Prey: Harlequin and her Fantastic Emancipation” is a tortuous story told by Harlequin herself, in her own way. When Roman Sionis, Gotham’s most narcissistic and nefarious villain, and his zealous right-hand man Zsasz target a girl named Cass, they turned the city upside down looking for him. The paths of Harlequin, Hunter, Black Canary and Renee Montoya intersect, and the unlikely quartet finds themselves with no choice but to unite to defeat Roman.

Birds of Prey – Harlequin and its Fabulous Emancipation in Brazil, and is scheduled to debut on February 6, 2020.

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