“I apperceive that the flat had actually aerial expectations for the cine — as we all did. There were additionally disproportionate expectations on a female-led movie, and what I was best aghast in was this abstraction that conceivably it accepted that we weren’t accessible for this yet,” Yan tells The Hollywood Reporter. “That was an added accountability that, as a woman-of-color director, I already had on me anyway. So, yes, I anticipate there were actually altered means you could adapt the success or abridgement of success of the movie, and anybody has a adapted to do that. But, I actually do feel that anybody was appealing quick to jump on a assertive angle.”
Yan is additionally aperture up about the arena she fought for at Roman Sionis’ (Ewan McGregor) club area he humiliates a changeable angel out of arduous paranoia.
“I’ll be honest: We had to activity to accumulate that arena because it was uncomfortable,” Yan admits. “It was risky, and we had to activity to accumulate it at all. There are cuts of the cine after it. I anticipate it’s a huge axis point for Roman; it’s a huge axis point for Canary, and the way that we attempt it was hopefully not about the animal abandon aloft the woman. It was added about Roman, what he’s able of and Canary seeing him for who he actually is for the aboriginal time. Now, she can actually cut herself off from him, and I anticipation it was a actually important scene. So, we fought for it.”
In the watch of the coronavirus pandemic, Birds of Prey is one of a cardinal of flat films that accept accustomed beforehand than accepted on home entertainment, so Yan is accessible to dive abysmal into her filmmaking process. In a chat with THR, the filmmaker additionally looks aback on not authoritative an “exact” aftereffect to Suicide Squad and suggesting Huntress’ activity bottomward a slide.
How’s aggregate with you and yours?
I’m okay. It’s actually a boxy time to be in New York — and to be a New Yorker. But, it’s actually fabricated me added appreciative to be a New Yorker in a way by seeing how this burghal is aggravating its damnedest to accomplish it okay.
It sounds strange, but seeing fully-stocked shelves at the grocery abundance in your cine was actually jarring; it acquainted like science fiction in a way.
(Laughs.) Never apperception the Canary Cry. Yeah, I apperceive what you mean. Alike aback I watch annihilation adapted now, I accumulate actuality like, “They are continuing too abutting together.” (Laughs.)
So, you put out a cheep on 3/16 regarding your hopes for an aboriginal VOD release. Did you again get a alarm adage it was already in the works? How did things disentangle from that antecedent tweet?
So, I heard that Paramount was starting to do it, and I anticipation that was actually wise, abnormally with the theaters shuttering. Bodies are at home, and I anticipate they’re anxious to accept ball aback so abundant agreeable has been actually shut down. So, the abstraction that Birds of Prey can aloof be addition advantage of article to watch in these times aloof seemed adapted and actually smart. So, I aloof apart did that, and it seemed to get a lot of responses. Then, I heard from [producer] Sue Kroll and my aggregation that it was already in the works at Warner Bros. So, it formed out actually nice.
I’m analytical about expectations against reality. Aback you anticipate aback to your expectations of how this absolute acquaintance would go, what differences abashed you the best in retrospect?
Hmm, that’s an absorbing question. I don’t alike apperceive what my expectations actually were because this accomplished activity was article so actually new to me. I aloof came from one baby indie [Dead Pigs] afore this, one that doesn’t alike accept administration in the U.S. yet. So, I actually accept never gone through the process. I assumption it’s adamantine to acknowledgment that catechism because I’m not actually abiding what I expected. What was actually above expectations was some of the absolute stuff, such as the absolute all-around ability of the blur and accepting actually admirable addendum from bodies about the apple who acquainted like they were apparent for the aboriginal time in a cine like this. They acquainted like they could analyze with the characters on screen, alike admitting they were in a acute apple — a apple with abounding grocery stores. (Laughs.) It was still a apple that was actual aspirational. A lot of bodies — especially a lot of women and adolescent bodies — really acquainted like their voices, their blazon of people, they themselves… were represented for the aboriginal time on the big screen. Aback we aboriginal set off to accomplish the movie, authoritative some of those choices — whether it’s in casting or alike in the way the characters attending or dress — was somewhat deliberate, but I didn’t actually anticipate about the all-around appulse of those decisions. So, that was actually nice.
Was it added labor-intensive than you anticipation it would be, or was it as labor-intensive as you anticipation it would be?
(Laughs.) It was apparently as labor-intensive as I anticipation it would be. Movie-making is consistently a slog, for sure.
In your estimation, what was the key to your bend that ultimately landed you the movie?
Hmm, that’s addition acceptable question. I anticipate I was able to abduction a assertive blazon of spirit — a bit of an anarchic, bold, aweless spirit through the broil reel that I fabricated and the way that I batten about it. I anticipate Margot and Christina (Hodson) actually envisioned that spirit for the cine aback they started to address the script. I actually accompanying to the material, and I anticipate the cine is actual abundant a adventure about changeable representation and the changeable experience. I acquainted like I was activity through article like that myself and award aplomb in myself as a filmmaker, as a actuality and as a woman of blush in the world. So, those are actually things that I capital to accomplish abiding were allotment of the adventure of this movie, and I anticipate that’s what their absorbed was as well.
Did the flat accept any requests for you as far as the DC continued cosmos is concerned? Did they animate some connectedness, which you ultimately accomplished by anniversary the contest of Suicide Squad added than best bodies apparently expected?
Yes and no. They were appealing admiring and hands-off in agreement of that specific affair of accepting it affix to this film, the abutting blur or annihilation like that. We paid admiration area we acquainted it was appropriate, and it’s such a cheeky, aweless cine that breach the fourth wall. So, there’s a assertive self-awareness that this cine could accept which accustomed for us to do it in actual bold ways. I additionally anticipation it would be actual arrant to see Harley Quinn, played by Margot Robbie, in a actually altered look. So, we kept her tattoos, but again we additionally adapted them and ashore them in appearance and what she was activity through. The “J” angry into the mermaid, and “pudding” was angry into “pudding cups.” We kept her hair, and we thought, “What if she’s not demography affliction of it as well? What if it aloof kinda grows out?” In agreement of costumes, it was a actual character-based alteration from what she would abrasion aback she was with the Joker and again what she would abrasion aback she’s on her own and authoritative these decisions for herself. I actually admired the way that the weapons consistently looked, so we kept the bat and mallet appealing abundant as is. I anticipate we actually fabricated the mallet a little abate so it was easier for her to hit bodies with it. So, we did what we could with it, and there’s acutely that little admiration like “Hey, I apperceive that !” [to Jai Courtney’s Captain Boomerang] as well. So, we actually approved to pepper it in, and it wasn’t aloof Suicide Squad. It was all the altered comics that had appear before, and it’s such a long, abundantly absorbing history of area these characters came from. There are so abounding means that you can draw afflatus from these sources. It was actually fun, actually, to be able to pay admiration to assorted looks or altered moments, like Arleen Sorkin arena Harley Quinn, the aboriginal afflatus for that, which is on the TV aback Renee Montoya (Rosie Perez) is branch out to the Booby Trap. So, we aloof approved to pepper it in as abundant as we could while still architecture our own world.
While I awfully adopt Harley’s new look, I accept to accord you a lot of acclaim because I would’ve been too abashed to change her massively accepted Suicide Squad look. Aback that attending became a pop ability abnormality in 2016 and beyond, did you accept any antecedent all-overs over this acceptable change?
(Laughs.) Not really. For the absolute artistic team, if you anticipate about the accountability or expectations on the cine too much, you can accede to it. For us, it was actual abundant ashore in character; it starts with a breakup. It’s Harley award herself and actuality her own hero in a sense. Suicide Squad was actual abundant about her with the Joker, and the way that she looked was allotment of that. They looked like a couple; she actually had “Puddin” asthmatic her abutting with a choker. So, there were accessible and advised decisions that I’m abiding were fabricated aback designing her attending for her appearance and axial accord in that movie. For us, she goes through that, and she goes through a concrete transformation as well. So, it was consistently ashore in the adventure that we were aggravating to tell, and in that case, it didn’t actually alarm me. On top of that, I anticipate our access to her was to still accomplish her feel assured and fun, and it’s still adulatory alike if it’s a weird, abominable haircut. Margot can cull so abundant of that off, and it was fun to booty those risks. It was fun, as women, too, to accumulate about with hair, architecture and apparel and go, “Okay, what do we appetite to wear? What looks acceptable on her? What’s fun? What feels current, accordant and now?” So, it became aloof a actually fun exercise — one that we acquainted women would accept and additionally be aflame to see.
Aback I talked to Christina Hodson, I was abashed to apprentice that she and Margot had been alive on a adaptation of this blur aback 2015. Aback you aboriginal teamed up with them, did you feel like you were arena catch-up in a way aback they already had three years of affinity and whatnot?
(Laughs.) Yes and no. I anticipate there was a lot of allure from the get-go. I feel like we’re added agnate than we are different, abnormally amid anybody abroad in the industry. I anticipate we all got forth actually quickly, and actually our faculty of amusement accumbent in abounding ways. I boring accepted the egg sandwich as anon as I apprehend it, as able-bodied as the blasphemy of the script. Meeting them — and seeing their own faculty of amusement — an accessible affinity developed actually quickly. It was actually a actual specific bearings in which I had a star/producer and a biographer that had been alive on their own cine for so long. So, I actual abundant acquainted like authoritative abiding I admired that and how continued they’d been alive in developing this cine afore I joined.
One of my admired moments is aback Black Canary (Jurnee Smollett-Bell) agilely debates with herself if she wants to save Harley from an abduction or not. Aback we’ve apparent this arena so abounding times with conflicted macho heroes who are aloof aggravating to apperception their own business, I assume you were acquainted of the adumbration you were subverting?
I anticipate so. That was array of how we advised the accomplished cine and its subversion. We’re still a superhero cine — and there are still tropes aural the cine — but we approved as abundant as we could to capsize them on purpose. There was a lot of self-awareness.
Given your accomplished activity as a journalist, accept you agitated annihilation over from your antecedent assignment into your filmmaking?
The journalism doesn’t go away; it aloof manifests itself in filmmaking. I anticipate I abstruse so abundant about how to acquaint a adventure and bright it in a way that’s actual acute to bodies through journalism. I’m consistently absorbed in how annihilation interacts with the apple at ample and what makes it accordant and newsworthy. And there was that in Birds. What I actually gravitated to and what I capital to accomplish abiding happened was assuming these women who are flawed. They get to be antiheroes; they get to accomplish mistakes; they get to be annoying sometimes or hesitant. It acquainted like an adapted time to authority a mirror up to association in a column #MeToo world, area we are starting to accept added conversations about the way that women are represented on the big screen, the way that they’re not and the role of women. To me, there was a assertive appliance to the adventure actuality told adapted now and the apologue of the way these women work. That’s what actually batten to me.
You formed with 87eleven, who abounding accede to be the best activity architecture aggregation in the business. I’m abiding there are many, but did you aces up a accurate address or ambush of the barter from them that you’ll acquiescently add to your repertoire affective forward?
Oh, so much. The way that they alternation actors actually fit able-bodied with what I capital out of the activity in the movie, which is article that is grounded, actual creative, abundantly applied and appearance based. Jonathan Eusebio, our achievement coordinator, and I talked a lot about references from old Jackie Chan movies and the way that he would do stunts. I actually capital to appearance the women as physically able and as technically affected as possible. What I didn’t apprehend they did so able-bodied — only until I started alive with them — was they actually alternation them, and of course, if you actually anticipate about it, you’re like “duh.” Our actors did the majority of their own stunts, which I anticipate is air-conditioned impressive, and the way that we attempt it fabricated it so that it would be actual difficult for them not to. The absoluteness of the fun abode arrangement was all done by the actors themselves. That bulk of training and advance in the actors themselves — not to belittle achievement bodies because they’re amazing — but our achievement actors were actually added like trainers in a way. They developed these actually abutting relationships with anniversary actor, and I aloof actually adulation that. I anticipate that arrangement works awfully well. The achievement training, abnormally for a cine like this, becomes allotment of the appearance work, too. We had altered activity angry styles for anniversary of our actors that was based on their appearance and what they’d done afore in the past. It was nice to see the women get bigger and bigger and stronger and stronger. They became added confident, and they brought that training into their acting as well. It was a way for them to accept their characters, to go into their backstory and to additionally feel added badass like superheroes, because of the training that they did. That aspect — beyond aloof their amazing choreography and the way that they aloof apperceive how to actualize these aqueous and actual artistic sequences with camera — was an aspect that I actually accepted about 87eleven. And I don’t anticipate every activity aggregation does that; I anticipate that’s a very, actual appropriate affair that they teach. All of our actors absolved abroad with these constant abilities which is appealing cool.
The arena at the club area Roman stops the presses to abase and abase a woman alleged Erika (Bojana Novakovic) was actual adamantine to watch alike admitting that’s the point actuality made. During post-production, was there a lot of altercation and agitation over this arena amid you, your producers and the studio?
I’ll be honest: We had to activity to accumulate that arena because it was uncomfortable. It was risky, and we had to activity to accumulate it at all. There are cuts of the cine after it. I’m actually animated that we kept it because I anticipate it’s important. I anticipate that a lot of bodies accept been actual impacted by that scene. I anticipate it’s a huge axis point for Roman; it’s a huge axis point for Canary, and the way that we attempt it was hopefully not about the animal abandon aloft the woman. It was added about Roman, what he’s able of and Canary seeing him for who he actually is for the aboriginal time. Now, she can actually cut herself off from him, and I anticipation it was a actually important scene. So, we fought for it.
There was a attempt in the trailers that I loved, but it didn’t accomplish the final cut. It’s aback Harley appears to head-butt the camera while adage “Boo!” Was that a boxy moment to slice?
(Laughs.) Yeah, that was; I actually admired it. We added to a lot of the badge base sequences because we didn’t accept abundant time to shoot during principal. So, we added a lot added to the badge base sequences in the reshoots, which was great. So, some things aloof didn’t actually accomplish faculty anymore.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but I’m appealing abiding reshoots added Harley’s roller-skate hunt to the pier. While the moment fits Harley to a T, are reshoots the acumen why she aback had roller skates on during the Booby Trap fight? That way, she could alteration to the new hunt arena with the roller skates on already?
(Laughs.) Well, actually, you’re adapted and amiss because we didn’t aloof shoot the roller-chase arrangement in reshoots, either. That was consistently a fun joke, and we capital to accomplish abiding that she showed off the roller skates. There’s the callback to “whip me” from the alpha at the end — and the accomplished abstraction that she’s begin a aggregation — when she didn’t actually accept a aggregation with her roller derby team. It’s such an acutely air-conditioned aspect of who Harley Quinn is, and the abstraction of accepting to see her activity on roller skates was article that was air-conditioned agitative and compelling. So, yeah, we actually capital to get her on roller skates aloof so we could appearance her do crazy bits on roller skates, not alone for that hunt sequence, but alike beforehand aback she’s angry on the carousel. That’s all Margot on roller skates, angry a agglomeration of bodies on a affective carousel.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s accelerate annihilate was brilliant, alike if your DP, Matty Libatique, suffered dearly for it. Were bodies actually carper that scene, article you hinted at in a tweet?
(Laughs.) Yeah, I anticipate it was aloof “How do we do it?” Originally, it was not a fun house. Originally, the area was a hotel, and they were declared to activity bottomward a agglomeration of altered floors. Aboriginal on in the basic process, I batten to Matty and K.K. Barrett, our capital assembly designer, and we acquainted like we could aloof accomplish it a little added absorbing and like an access in Harley’s mind, article that acquainted adapted for the movie. So, we angry it into a fun house. Once it became a fun house, it was additionally a way to claiming the abeyant back-up of activity sequences, and abacus altered elements at play. Once you accept a fun house, you accept all these altered sections, backdrop and set pieces, obviously, that will accord you altered layers, altered levels and altered means to shoot activity sequences. So, that’s affectionate of area that came from, and then, from there, I anticipation of the abstraction of accepting a adit or a channel bottomward into a slide. But, it was mostly, “How the hell do we do this?” because so abundant of what we did was practical, and we weren’t actually relying on VFX at all. So, it was added like, “What can we actually do? How do we anatomy a accelerate aural the date or about else? How do we affix the channel from a altered location, which was the top of the fun house, into the blow of it?” It was actually a claiming to amount out how to shoot it, how to ablaze it and what accessories to use. Originally, there was a clue at the top of the accelerate that the camera could accelerate down, but it aloof wasn’t acute and it actually didn’t work. It would get ashore a lot, appropriately Matty activity bottomward the slide. So, it was beneath of anyone actuality absolute like “No, never” — but it was added like, “This is a crazy idea. How can we do it and do it safely?”
Thanks to the Internet, the admirers knows added about big movies in assembly than at any added point in Hollywood history. Thus, acute lengths are taken to assure a big movie’s secrets. Aback a anchorman or fan discovers article about your cine via a aperture or paparazzi photo, does that account added abutting agitation than we ability realize?
Yes and no, but not actually in our case. We approved to get advanced of it. We had our camera analysis which angry into our broil reel. So, we showed that to the apple aboriginal on, and there was actually no point in accepting paparazzi photos of apparel that you’ve apparent already. We attempt in city L.A. in ablaze aurora with Harley and Cass aloof sitting in an open-top convertible, and bodies were aloof bouncing at us and demography video. Of course, you don’t appetite the absolute adventure leaking, but I didn’t apperception because I anticipate there’s article actually admirable and absorbing about how abundant bodies cared about this movie. They were aflame to see any glimpses of the movie, and we approved to accord our admirers a little bit of what they were acquisitive to see.
So, aback the letters apropos reshoots came out, were you s assured this, abnormally aback you planned to shoot some of them in public?
Yeah! Additional photography is congenital into the aboriginal account of a movie, abnormally a cine of this size. I anticipate for anybody in the industry or anyone actually on the team, it was like, “Well, duh.” This is aloof accepted practice. Frankly, it’s up to the reporters and the journalists to accomplish it bright to their readers that it is not annihilation unusual. It is, in fact, aloof accepted industry practice. That’s area the mixup is.
Your blur fabricated 2.4 times its assembly budget, while a blur like Ford v Ferrari fabricated 2.3 times its budget. However, because Ford v Ferrari is an aboriginal flat film, its Monday-morning account were a lot kinder than Birds of Prey’s — even admitting Birds fabricated added money in its $33 amateur aperture weekend and amount $16 amateur less. Birds is additionally a two-quadrant cine that’s R-Rated and actual specific; it wasn’t advised for accumulation address like Avengers. Were you balked by this bifold accepted aback the absoluteness of the banana book cine brand is captivated to such aerial expectations?
Yeah, I anticipate that if you actually attending at the capacity of the account breakdown… I apperceive that the flat had actually aerial expectations for the cine — as we all did. There were additionally disproportionate expectations on a female-led movie, and what I was best aghast in was this abstraction that conceivably it accepted that we weren’t accessible for this yet. That was an added accountability that, as a woman-of-color director, I already had on me anyway. So, yes, I anticipate there were actually altered means you could adapt the success or abridgement of success of the movie, and anybody has a adapted to do that. But, I actually do feel that anybody was appealing quick to jump on a assertive angle.
The beard tie moment was a claimed blow that Christina added for her sister and their conversations about superheroes’ absolute hair. Did you accept your own adaptation of this, whether it was a prop, activity beat, line, etc.?
Yes, a ton! There were so abounding little things, and Christina was abundant about actuality air-conditioned adjustable and accessible to me, as able-bodied as all the actors, in award moments and curve on set. It was a really, actually fun set in that way. One allusive affair that is actually accidental but meant a lot to me was that I capital to accomplish abiding that the alkali in Harley’s accommodation was a specific Chinese alkali that I grew up with. Obviously, it’s on top of Doc’s Place, and there are so abounding times where, as a Chinese American or Chinese person, you watch a movie, and they’re actually annihilation the Mandarin or the signs don’t actually say annihilation aback they’re not absolute Chinese or Japanese. So, I aloof capital to accompany that akin of absorption and actuality to it. A lot of the assembly amount of this cine is actually in the little details, as against to big, behemothic action scenes or annihilation like that. We had a actually amazing aggregation that was abundantly anxious every footfall of the way, whether it’s the actual accurate Chinese vinegar, which somebody on Twitter alleged out because it meant article to them… Those little things brought aloof a absolute “touchability” to the movie. Yes, it’s a acute world, and we’re talking about these crazy banana book characters, but I capital it to feel actual actual and relatable in some ways. I anticipate a lot of that came bottomward to these little moments, whether it’s the beard tie or this anxious little detail in the accomplishments of a scene. There are aloof a ton of those, and aggregate that you see onscreen was actually a advised chat I would accept with the casting and crew. Anybody put a lot of anticipation and a lot of assignment into the movie.
Margot seems like she becomes bedevilled by this character. Alike Ella Jay Basco told me that she couldn’t advice but adore her mid-scene. Was her achievement alike added amazing aback you saw it in actuality for the actual aboriginal time?
(Laughs.) Yeah, Margot is such a concrete actor. She acts with her absolute anatomy in a way, which is actually interesting. She changes the way that she moves depending on the appearance that she’s playing, yet she’s still able to about-face it off and on. She could airing off set, anon ask me a ambassador catechism and I’d be like, “Whoa, what’s activity on?” She’s actually absurd in that way. Aback she’s in character, she’s so actually in that character. Harley is a appearance that’s actual abutting to her heart, and this cine is so claimed to her as well. It’s adamantine for me, sometimes, to actually be able to see the bound amid Margot and Harley because she brings so abundant of herself to the appearance as well.
So, I accept to accept that I was a little aggravated by the reductive Deadpool comparisons that were made, abnormally aback Margot has been a allotment of abundant projects that bankrupt the fourth bank and had VO afore Deadpool, such as The Big Short, I, Tonya and The Wolf of Bank Street. Plus, Christina included these conventions in the ancient versions of the calligraphy aback 2015, able-bodied afore Deadpool was alike released, and if there was anytime a appearance who was meant to breach the fourth bank and accept VO, it’s Harley Quinn and the acclaimed choir in her head. Did these Deadpool comments bother you at all?
(Laughs.) All of that comes from the banana books in a way — her aweless voice. The absolute abstraction of the cine was actual abundant like “This is Harley Quinn’s story, and this is the way she’s cogent the story. It’s activity to be wacky, crazy and jump about in time, and it’s not activity to accomplish faculty until it does.” All of that was this admirable abstraction that I fell in adulation with in the calligraphy because it was like, “Oh, wow, you’re actually arena with anatomy in a way that is ashore in character.” It’s so agitative to be able to acquaint a adventure and accomplish a cine through Harley Quinn’s eyes. So, breaking the fourth bank was aloof an aspect of that. It aloof acquainted adapted for her character; it acquainted adapted for the adventure we were aggravating to acquaint including the cheekiness, demolition and self-awareness of the accent we were aggravating to achieve. It didn’t abhorrence me that bodies were comparing us to Deadpool. (Laughs.) I adulation Deadpool; I anticipate it’s a abundant movie, but we were actual abundant aggravating to do our own thing. I can’t accentuate abundant how it was a risk. I do accept to acknowledge the flat for acknowledging a cine that was never activity to be four-quadrant. It was R-rated the absolute time, and we never talked about alteration the appraisement to get added bodies into the theater. It was a accident in abounding ways, and it was not an exact aftereffect to Suicide Squad, which would’ve apparently been the less-risky adaptation of how we could’ve formed with the Harley Quinn character. It was article that came from a absolute abode of absorbed and what Margot and Christina capital to do with the movie. And then, subsequently, what I was able to attend through. In that way, I’m actual appreciative of how the cine performed and the way that it could allege to the bodies who actually responded to it. It was consistently activity to be this weird, arbitrary cine — by architecture — just like Harley Quinn.
Huntress aloof ability be the aboriginal socially awkward superhero. Although, there’s a little Beatrix Kiddo in her, too. Was that the ambition for the best part?
(Laughs.) Yeah, absolutely. Again, it aloof came from character. What I capital to abstain was aloof “a badass.” By casting addition like Mary Elizabeth Winstead, that was actual bright that we were not activity to aloof get addition cool, badass assassin, because there is so abundant added to Huntress than that. Her backstory is apparently the best accessible in the movie, and it’s so acutely one of trauma. We had to accumulate abacus these layers to these characters. They’re not perfect; they’re not aloof one-word describable. Mary was able to accompany such awkward agreeableness to the role, and we talked a lot about that. Huntress has acutely never gone to prom; she’s never had a aboriginal date; and she’s apparently never been kissed by a boy. She was aloft by assassins in Sicily, and she watched her absolute ancestors get murdered. If you booty that at face value, who does she become? That was abundant added absorbing to me than adage she was a badass.
As we wind down, you’re now alive on article with the air-conditioned kids at A24, right?
I said this to Christina, but it bears repeating: Acknowledge you for abrogation Joker out of this movie. I additionally actually acknowledge the street-level stakes, accurately the abridgement of sky beams and portals.
(Laughs.) Thank you, acknowledge you. I acknowledge that.
Birds of Prey is now accessible on Digital HD and VOD.
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