Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn made a huge impression on audiences when Suicide Squad debuted this summer, but we've only scratched the surface of the DCEU's badass women. With Gotham City Sirens currently in development at Warner Bros., we've started to wonder what the titular trio of Gotham-based villainesses could genuinely look like. A new photo has surfaced online suggesting a hypothetical Gotham City Sirens team featuring Megan Fox as Ivy and Odette Annable as Catwoman, and it is seriously awesome. Check it out below to see for yourself!
A new photo has just surfaced on the BossLogic Twitter account showing a mockup of what the Gotham City Sirens ensemble could potentially look like. The top of the picture features a shot of Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn swinging her baseball bat in epic fashion; however, it's the bottom two segments of the picture that really open up the potential for the future. The middle segment showcases House's Odette Annable as Selina Kyle a.k.a Catwoman, while the bottom third depicts Megan Fox as Pamela Isly a.k.a Poison Ivy. If you're a fan of the Batman universe, this should get you very, very excited.
Everyone has his or her own version of what the Gotham City Sirens team should look like, but I definitely think that that particular vision could work. There's the right balance of realism and otherworldliness that makes it a perfect fit for the DCEU. Harley Quinn brings a colorful sense of craziness to the photo, while Catwoman has a far darker, more subdued appearance. Rounding out the affair is Megan Fox's Poison Ivy, who brings a more powerful and monstrous look. In fact, Fox's version of Ivy actually resembles the version from the Arkham games with the veiny vine-like texture running through her face.
Of course, this only represents the first half of the equation. Gotham City Sirens will definitely bring Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, and Catwoman into the equation, but they're also set to face off against the heroic Birds of Prey team. This movie will mark the introduction of characters like Black Canary, The Huntress, and Batgirl into the DCEU, and really flesh out the female corner of the silver screen DC lore. It's a huge moment for superhero movies, and Warner Bros. needs to make sure that it hires the right women to take on these legendary roles.
CinemaBlend will keep you up to date with any and all relevant details related to the upcoming Gotham City Sirens movie as more information becomes available to us. The film is currently on a fast track at Warner Bros.