Margot Robbie revealed confusedly Birds of prey (and the emancipation of Fantabulous by One Harley Quinn) like the full title of the DC movie, and it's so bad. Warner Bros. released its current DC movie franchise for the first time Iron Man. Superman's original film was followed by the hard release of what is known as DC Extended Universe, or DCEU (although that is not the official name of WB for the DC film universe), in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. In the last three years, Worlds of DC has been plagued by negative perceptions, and Warner Bros. largely fails to address bad public relations in a way that makes fans trust the future of the franchise.
Then, it seemed that Warner Bros. and DC Films, with the latter now under the supervision of Walter Hamada, turned a corner in 2018. Aquaman is generating good rumors, which is especially important after the critical and box office disappointment of League of Justice. In addition, Worlds of DC has a number of projects that enthusiasts are excited about, including a Joker movie starring Joaquin Phoenix and a Wonder Woman Sequel that brings back the team of the first film. In addition, Robbie will do it again. Suicide squad role of Harley Quinn for the female-led team film based loosely on the Birds of prey comic books. However, while the first comments about the film seemed mostly positive, the Birds of prey The official revelation of the title was a step back.
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On Instagram, Robbie revealed the official full title of Birds of prey, which also acts as a spin-off for Harley Quinn. That title is Birds of prey (and the emancipation of Fantabulous by One Harley Quinn). The revelation itself had to be confirmed by Warner Bros. because very few realized that Robbie had seriously announced the official title, which shows that many thought it was a joke to begin with. It is a mistake in public relations when even fans waiting for a movie do not realize that the star / producer has revealed the official title. Also, although it's not really the longest movie title in Hollywood history, it totals 68 characters in 11 words. Such a long title guarantees that people will only use all the material; most will probably continue to refer to the project simply as Birds of prey.
the Birds of prey The title also feels unnecessarily long; there should be a shorter way to convey the same idea, or, if we want to see it in a more cynical way, get "Birds of Prey" and "Harley Quinn" in the title of a movie. In addition, the title as it stands includes the portmanteau "fantabulous", which gives the film an antiquated feel because fantabulous, along with portmanteaus in general, saw an increase in popularity in the mid-2000s, but has since dead. Frankly, fantabulous is a little silly word that is no longer used very often. Total, Birds of prey (and the emancipation of Fantabulous by One Harley Quinn) is a film title too long that is silly and, in its most cynical form, it appears as Warner Bros. who wants to have his cake and eat it, also by having a movie Birds of Prey with the name Harley Quinn more widely recognized in the title .
If there is something good to say about Birds of prey (and the emancipation of Fantabulous by One Harley Quinn)However, the title generates a very specific tone, one that can disprove a funny superhero movie directed by women. Certainly, the title itself seems to be perfectly synchronized with the peculiar and energetic voice that Harley Quinn likes so much. The title also promises that the film will address Harley's relationship with the Joker (Jared Leto) as it is likely that "emancipation" refers, at least in part, to Harley's leaving that toxic and abusive relationship. (Of course, the fans who wanted to see a Birds of prey The film, instead of a derivation of Harley Quinn with Birds of Prey, will undoubtedly have problems in this direction. Therefore, some fans may feel satisfied with what the title of the film indicates.
Ultimately, the clumsy and confusing revelation of a divisive title for Birds of prey is a step back for the DC franchise that has been generating a mostly positive sentiment thanks to Aquaman, Joker Y Wonder Woman 1984. However, with more than a year until the film hits theaters, Warner Bros. and DC Films have plenty of time to win over critics. Birds of prey (and the emancipation of Fantabulous by One Harley Quinn) – and I hope they do.
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Key release dates
- Aquaman (2018) Release date: December 21, 2018.
- Shazam! (2019) Release date: April 5, 2019.
- Joker (2019) Release date: October 4, 2019.
- Birds of prey (and the emancipation of Fantabulous by One Harley Quinn) (2020) Release date: February 7, 2020.
- Wonder Woman 1984 (2020) Release date: June 5, 2020.
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