Birds of Prey: Is there a post-credits scene?

Harley Quinn teases what we can expect from the Dark Knight’s return

Annie Lord
Friday 07 February 2020 11:42
Birds Of Prey - Trailer 2

After the ending credits of Birds of Prey, Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn returns to the screen to hint about the upcoming Batman film.

As a reward for sitting through all of Birds of Prey’s credits, Harley reappears in a voiceover: “Oh, you’re still here? Did you know that Batman…” It seems Harley knows more about the Dark Knight, but she is is cut off before she can tell us.

Birds of Prey is set in the same DC Universe as Batman. Harley Quinn is teasing the audience because a Batman reboot is coming in 2021.

Robert Pattinson is set to play the Dark Knight in the upcoming reboot, directed by Matt Reeves (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Let Me In).

Big Little Lies star Zoë​ Kravitz will star alongside Batman as Catwoman. While Jonah Hill is reportedly in talks to play the villain role.

The last Batman from the DC cinematic universe was played by Ben Affleck, but he left the role last year. As of yet, it remains unclear what the next era of Batman will look like. Harley is cut off before she can tell us.

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