– by Joseph Jammer Medina

On the heels of Suicide Squad being a huge box office success, Warner Bros. seemed to be far too excited to get Harley Quinn back on the big screen. In the time since then, we’ve heard rumors and confirmations of Gotham City Sirens, Suicide Squad 2, Joker and Harley Quinn, and a standalone Harley Quinn movie.

But which of these are actually going to happen? That’s been the question for the past couple years. Given the constant fluctuations in Warner Bros.’ schedule, it’s easy to assume that pretty much none of these actually come to fruition.

TheWrap has a new report, and in it, they went through the current three Harley-focused films that are currently in the mix. Of these films are Suicide Squad 2, Joker vs. Harley, and Birds of Prey (though that last one would obviously not necessarily a Harley-centric film). Additionally, Birds of Prey is said to be scripted by Christina Hodson, who is known for the recent film Shut In, as well as the upcoming Bumblebee spinoff.

You’ll notice that Gotham City Sirens is missing from here, and given that both it and Birds of Prey would feature female-centric supers, it seems safe to assume this one would be filling that slot. But is that the case. When CinemaBlend caught up with David Ayer a few weeks back, he said the film was still in development over at Warners. That being said, he’s also working on Bright 2, so who knows if he has time to cover that anymore.

What do you think of these three films making it to the big screen, As it stands, Suicide Squad 2 seems to be on track to happen, but do the other two interest you, and do you think Gotham City Sirens is actually dead? Let us know down below!

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SOURCE: TheWrapCinemaBlend

Joseph Jammer Medina is an author, podcaster, and editor-in-chief of LRM. A graduate of Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Television, Jammer's always had a craving for stories. From movies, television, and web content to books, anime, and manga, he's always been something of a story junkie.