Audiences are finally getting their chance to see Birds of Prey and so far the reactions are positive. However, one fan decided to have some fun with Jurnee Smollett-Bell and her reaction was nothing short of hysterical. The Birds of Prey star took a ton of inspiration for Black Canary from the video game Injustice 2. The keys worked for her as most people feel great about her performance after some slight backlash at her casting.
PERFECT RESPONSE TO THE TWEET
The fan in question asked her if she would break them in half. All she could offer in response was, “You sure you want that?” The responses on Twitter under the tweet are hysterical as people just began hyperventilating and it’s easy to see why.
BRINGING BACK ” THE BLACK CANARY”
“I mean for me, it’s such an honor to be bringing Black Canary to film, you know?”her take on the latter. “Black Canary, she’s such a legendary character, and I became a fan of her from Injustice 2. And it’s been amazing to work with these rockstar women, It’s been a dream. It’s such a dream”. Dinah is a world-class martial artist with one signature superpower: the Canary Cry. An ability she inherited from her mother, she can unleash a sonic scream powerful enough to shatter metal and stone. As it takes a lot of energy and can be dangerous to those around her
KEEPING THE PROMISE
Before the film released, she promised fans that they were going to love the movie’s version of Dinah Lance. “This ferocious street fighter. When we meet Dinah in the film, though, she’s a singer in Roman’s Black Mask club, and she’s kind of disenfranchised and disconnected from the world. She doesn’t really want to have anything to do with crime fighting or being a good-doer, which is so against her nature because we know Dinah to be all heart. So it’s really about her accepting her gift and accepting her power and that’s what was so fascinating for me is to explore this woman who has such strength, but exploring someone who doesn’t want to own her power.”
WANT INSIGHTS ON THE TWEET:
You sure you want that? https://t.co/5fT9Kiwcr1
— jurnee smollett (@jurneesmollett) February 6, 2020
Sources : comicbook