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Warner Bros.'s new Batman spin-off, Birds of Prey, is currently in production, and actress Margot Robbie will be reprising her role as Harley Quinn from 2016's Suicide Squad.

To tease fans, she posted a picture of herself in full HQ regalia from what looks to be an on-set selfie.


In full makeup and costume, consisting of confetti bicycle streamers on her sleeves, she simply wrote, "Miss me?"



Robbie looked more like a model from a Party City ad than the harlequin implied by her character's name, but that's not what got eager fans babbling.

A closer inspection of her necklace revealed the name "Bruce" etched on it. What's the story?


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In answer to her rhetorical question, the actress received a resounding:

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I don't think she's taking requests.


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According to Coming Soon, the star lineup for Birds of Prey is epic.

In addition to Robbie as the Gotham City siren, Mary Elizabeth Winstead will appear as "Huntress," Jurnee Smollett-Bell as "Black Canary," Ella Jay Basco as "Cassandra Cain/Batgirl," Ewan McGregor as the villain "Black Mask," and Rosie Perez as "Renee Montoya."



The script was written by Christina Hodson, who wrote Bumblebee and will also be penning DC's standalone Batgirl movie in place of Joss Whedon.

To see more of the characters from the film, check out the Birds of Prey teaser trailer in the YouTube clip below.


Birds of Prey Teaser #1 (2020) | 'See You Soon' | Movieclips Trailers www.youtube.com

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