Wonder Woman 1984 and Birds of Prey footage revealed by Warner Bros

Staged on Tuesday, 2 April the studio’s CinemaCon presentation featured footage and interviews from both projects

Clarisse Loughrey
Wednesday 03 April 2019 09:38
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Birds of Prey teaser

Warner Bros revealed new footage from Wonder Woman 1984 and Birds of Prey during CinemaCon.

Staged on Tuesday, 2 April the studio’s presentation featured footage and interviews from both projects, according to Variety. Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) sees Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn lead her own all-female team of antiheroes, in what’s teased as “a scrappier Gotham” different to what we’ve seen in the Batman films.

Rosie Perez, who plays police officer Renee Montoya, said: “We are not pulling any punches whatsoever.” Robbie said of the film’s lengthy title: “I love long titles. It’s bat-s*** crazy.”

Meanwhile, footage from Wonder Woman 1984 saw Gal Gadot’s Diana Prince with Steve Trevor (Chris Pine), who supposedly died at the end of the first film, as the two walk past famous Washington DC monuments. The footage also showed her fighting in a shopping mall, while it offered a look at the film’s villain, Kristen Wiig’s Cheetah.

“This is a story we are very excited about,” Patty Jenkins said in a clip. “Diana is now in her full powers.”

“It makes me want to go harder to do something even more special,” Gadot added.

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