Margot Robbie reveals the stunts in new Harley Quinn movie Birds Of Prey are some of the best she's ever seen 4 days ago

Margot Robbie reveals the stunts in new Harley Quinn movie Birds Of Prey are some of the best she's ever seen

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As if we weren't excited enough already to see this movie.

Let us be honest... there wasn't a huge amount to like in that Suicide Squad movie.

But one thing we can all agree on is that Margot Robbie absolutely rocked it as Harley Quinn, so the fact that she is staying on as the character for the upcoming sequel/reboot/whatever you want to call it is pretty great news.

Before that though, she will be headlining the sorta-spin-off Birds Of Prey - or, to give the movie its full title, Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn). Yep, that is really the movie's full title.

After breaking up with Joker, Harley Quinn will join forces with superheroes Black Canary (Jurnee Smollett-Bell - True Blood, Friday Night Lights), Huntress (Mary Elizabeth Winstead - Death Proof, Scott Pilgrim VS The World), and Renee Montoya (Rosie Perez - Pineapple Express, White Men Can't Jump) to save a young girl from the evil crime lord Black Mask (Ewan McGregor).

The first teaser of the movie (which you can check out below) shows a more down and dirty edge than the rest of the DC Universe movies so far, and when JOE sat down with Robbie and her Once Upon A Time In Hollywood co-star Brad Pitt, the conversation turned to stunts.

As Pitt plays a stuntman in Tarantino's latest epic, we asked which stunts across their careers really impressed them the most.

"So, so many, but recently - I can't talk about it, because the movie's not out yet - but there's a lot of really cool stunts in the Birds Of Prey movie," Robbie told us.

"There were quite a few of them that I couldn't do because they were just too risky. I'm constantly amazed by stunt performers. One of my brothers is actually a stunt'y, so I have a deep appreciation for it."

Watch our interview in full with Margot and Brad, in which we talk about Tarantino's Star Trek and always eating in Ocean's 11, right here:

Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) is released in Irish cinemas on 7 February 2020.

Clip via Movieclips Trailers

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