Margot Robbie apparently recognized her place as one of the few shining spots in an otherwise very messy film and, undeterred by naysayers, decided to haul the entirety of a nearly-aborted franchise onto her back to pitch, produce, and star in Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn. Robbie's back for that one, too, though it's unclear if it's a reboot or true sequel or whatever, because no one wants to own Suicide Squad 1. Any and all mistakes of the past aside, we not only believe in, but encourage Robbie and her incredible chutzpah. When was the last time you saw a bombastic pop-punk R-rated girl-gang antihero cape movie? Yeah, exactly.
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After hearing the initial story, movie news reporter and film reviewer Grace Randolph started digging to find more information. In the video below, she explains her discovery of a questionable storyline involving Black Mask. Randolph first confirmed the story of Black Mask being gay with a source in Hollywood. So far, so good in our book.
Directors UK , the professional guild for screen directors in Britain, has launched guidelines for directing nude and simulated sex scenes to prevent unprofessional conduct in film and TV. The guidelines encompass rehearsal techniques and directing scenes of sexual violence, as well as planning shots so that they respect individual contract clauses, and knowing how to address challenges that occur on set. The guidelines were conceived in consultation with Directors UK members, as well as directors, industry bodies and with professionals from different fields to provide best practice for everyone involved: filmmakers, producers, writers, performers, casting directors, wardrobe and makeup, agents and intimacy coordinators. Popular on Variety.
The new comic series featuring DC's hottest crime-stopping crew was previously set to debut in October. In February of Harley Quinn and her merry team of misfits will be hitting the big screen in their own R-rated adventure. Originally, the title was slated to be for teens. Newsarama reports that DC announced the comic title's postponement Wednesday night.