HUNTRESS Korean-Language DCU Movie Rumored To Have Enlisted THE VILLAINESS Director Jung Byung-Gil

HUNTRESS Korean-Language DCU Movie Rumored To Have Enlisted THE VILLAINESS Director Jung Byung-Gil

DC Studios Reportedly Planning A HUNTRESS Project And It Will Be A Korean-Language Movie
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Mando - 2/8/2020, 5:08 AM
After that Thursday and Friday Boxoffice numbers .. doubt Birds of prey will ever get sequel

This movie might not even make $30 million opening

Lobo89 - 2/8/2020, 5:19 AM
The movie wasn’t horrible but it has no rewatch ability at all.
inkniron - 2/8/2020, 8:37 AM
@Lobo89 - I gave it a C+. Good action, hit and missed where most comic fans expected it to but a weak story overall.
Doomsday8888 - 2/8/2020, 5:20 AM
Saw it last night.

What can i say, i got what i expected from the movie nothing less.
It was entertaining and at times, i was even having fun.
All in all, i can't say it was my cup of tea, doubt i'll watch it a second time, but then again...i knew from day one that i wasn't the target audience for this shit.

I mean, if you're anything like me, a DC fan who knows these characters, there is no f*cking way you can like what they did to Cass or even Montoya.
Hell, i even ended up appreciating Black Canary.
Huntress is barely in it but even then...Eeehhh.

Black Mask is awesome tho and Zsasz was ok for what it's worth.

Margot as Harley is, yet again, PERFECT, and as a HQ movie it works just fine but as a Birds of Prey one, hell no.

Gotta say tho, i was actually really impressed by Cathy Yan, she knows her shit behind the camera.
Loved the camera work, the cinematography, didn't care for the OST but they used most of the songs well.
The movie doesn't take itself seriously, but i'd like to see a different type of cbm from Cathy, but if she wants to stick with Harley, it's her choice.

WB's marketing department once again proved to be the absolute GOAT, hellova way to lower everybody's expecations by pickin the worst clips from the movie without any tipe of editing whatsoever or those first trailers (the last one was good tho).

What can i say, this is not Suicide Squad in any way.

Origame - 2/8/2020, 5:34 AM
@Doomsday8888 - yeah. And their reasons for changing cass makes no sense. So they have this character, a child who grew up with such an emphasis on combat training her father never even bothered with language skills, and you decide to adapt her into a regular pick pocket because you want to "avoid the mute asian stereotype"? Is that stereotype REALLY that prominent that you have to remove everything that made her interesting just to avoid it? And why not just adapt another character that would've fit the role better, like holly robinson? Or just make your own character?
Nightwing1015 - 2/8/2020, 6:12 AM
@Doomsday8888 - People shit on WB's marketing all the time but they have had their successes. Suicide Squad for instance. That movie was total shit and yet made bank at the box office.
tmp3 - 2/8/2020, 6:13 AM
@Nightwing1015 - That was their old marketing team
shadowspider9 - 2/8/2020, 1:50 PM
@Doomsday8888 - The dis-respect to Cass is what boggles my mind the most.
For all their talk of diversity, they took a huge shit on a well-known minority, and disabled, character.
They took the ultra badass, mute, psychologically scared Asian and made her every generic loud mouth pick pocket
Lostcause - 2/8/2020, 2:02 PM
@shadowspider9 - Cass was a major letdown.
TheUnworthyThor - 2/8/2020, 5:23 AM
As much as people like to tout the new direction of not worrying about a shared universe they seem to forget the huge benefit of having one. Where every movie isn’t left to itself to sink or swim. Watch if they make another Harley Quinn movie, connect it to the world of The Batman, give it a budget, have Catwoman appear, have Poison Ivy appear, give Batman a cameo, actually have a Joker to advertise, and boom next Harley Quinn movie is making 120 million opening weekend.
tmp3 - 2/8/2020, 5:33 AM
@TheUnworthyThor - Which Joker though??
TheUnworthyThor - 2/8/2020, 5:41 AM
@tmp3 - Yeah, it’s a conundrum. Honestly I wouldn’t be surprised if WB wanted to introduce us to yet another Joker. One that could actually fit in the worlds of both Harley Quinn and The Batman.
tmp3 - 2/8/2020, 5:54 AM
@GhostofCipher - Gonna be tough to follow up Joaquin, but the character’s so malleable that there’s a lot of room to play around with
tmp3 - 2/8/2020, 5:56 AM
@GhostofCipher - One could argue one of the best sequels of all time 👀
TheUnworthyThor - 2/8/2020, 5:59 AM
@GhostofCipher - Funny enough it’s the way to go because that separates it from Phoenix, Leto and Ledger. And helpful that they used a comic book looking cartoon Joker at the beginning of “Birds of Prey”.
tmp3 - 2/8/2020, 6:09 AM
@GhostofCipher - Who would you want for Superman though? Really hope they don’t give him to Abrams...
Nightwing1015 - 2/8/2020, 6:11 AM
@tmp3 - I don't think it's particularly hard to follow Joaquin actually. He's a great actor and played a great character. But that character wasn't really the classic comic Joker by any stretch.
tmp3 - 2/8/2020, 6:18 AM
@GhostofCipher - Travis Knight could be good. Not a big name, so he could probably take WB's studio notes, and he's used to big budget spectacle with character work. My personal pick was Stephen Williams, who did Watchmen episode 6 (the black/white one) but I feel like they wouldn't take a risk like that.
Spielberg is technically attached to a DC film, it's just one he's meant to start after Indiana Jones 5... a movie that I doubt ever comes into fruition considering it's on it's, like, sixth new script now lol. So I feel like his Blackhawks film is never gonna happen either.
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