Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn is the most recent film in the DC Extended Universe and probably the last one for a while because of the novel COVID-19 pandemic. Birds of Prey released in theaters on Feb. 7th and was met with mixed reviews from critics. Despite its critically mixed reception, the film was one I enjoyed thoroughly. Birds of Prey showcases Harley Quinn and Margot Robbie at their finest. Margot Robbie is the poster girl for Harley Quinn films and her performance in the latest film further proves that.
The film Joker recently joined the long list of movies a part of the DC universe. It’s yet another attempt to try and appeal to the Marvel fan-base, however, this time it succeeds; both critically and by popular majority. The film was released in cinemas on Oct. 5.
The first film of the year for DC Extended Universe hit theaters April 5 in the form of Shazam! Shazam is a superhero who hasn’t been in the spotlight much as of late, but he’s been revived. Shazam! is an excellent tale of a troubled youth in foster care, who receives powers.
It was a slow year for the DC Extended Universe in terms of movies, but that all changed once Aquaman hit the box offices on December 21st, 2018. Aquaman made that slow year, feel a lot more worth it.