Warning: There are spoilers ahead for "Birds of Prey." There are no extra scenes at the end of "Birds of Prey (and the emancipation of one Harley Quinn)." At the film's very end, after all the credits run, Harley Quinn gives a short voice-over mocking anyone still sitting in the audience.
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"Birds of Prey" is in theaters Friday. The bad news? There aren't any extra scenes after the credits roll. There is, however, a minor voice-over from Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) that you'll be rewarded with if you stay in theaters until the very end. If you left early and missed the moment, we have you covered. What happens
As the last credits roll, Quinn's voice can be heard delivering a message to the audience. "Are you dummies still sitting there?" Quinn asks. "Fine, I'll tell you a secret. Did you know that Batman f..." Quinn gets cut off by the end of the film before she can spill anything about the Dark Knight. The voice-over received some laughs in my showing. What it means: Nothing really. It's a clear throwaway line that's just there as a fun little bonus to those hoping there may be a scene teasing a potential sequel. But are there any sequels in the works?
Not yet. The next time we'll see Robbie's Harley Quinn is in director James Gunn's upcoming "The Suicide Squad," which is due out in 2021. Gunn started filming on his version of "Suicide Squad" in fall 2019. He announced 24 members of the cast on social media, including the return of Robbie, Viola Davis (who played Amanda Waller), and Jai Courtney (Captain Boomerang). The latter appeared briefly in "Birds of Prey" in a Gotham City Police Department poster. Before "The Suicide Squad" hits theaters, we're getting a "Wonder Woman" sequel this summer with Gal Gadot and Chris Pine returning. Robert Pattinson will then star as a new version of the Caped Crusader in 2021's "The Batman." Filming for the Matt Reeves directed film just got underway.
#DayOne #TheBatman cc: @GreigfraserD pic.twitter.com/kOgcsa6zX3 — Matt Reeves (@mattreevesLA) January 27, 2020
It's not clear whether or not that film will have any connection with the Gotham introduced in "Birds of Prey" since Harley has interacted with Ben Affleck's version of Batman.
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