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Margot Robbie's Birds Of Prey sequel is reportedly CANCELLED after crashing at the box office

Margot Robbie’s Birds of Prey was a record breaking failure at the box office.

According to online publisher Giant Freakin’ Robot, the sequel to Birds of Prey has been canned. 

‘Warners [Brothers] no longer believes in the concept or in the creative team behind the movie,’ the publication’s source said.

No more! Margot Robbie's Birds Of Prey sequel has reportedly been CANCELLED after crashing at the box office. Pictured in 2016's Suicide Squad

No more! Margot Robbie’s Birds Of Prey sequel has reportedly been CANCELLED after crashing at the box office. Pictured in 2016’s Suicide Squad 

It would be a big blow for Margot, 30, who also played a major part in producing the superhero film.  

Birds of Prey failed at the box office, recording the worst opening of any DC Comics superhero movie, bringing in just US$201.9million worldwide. 

This was worse than the critically panned Green Lantern film, which still brought in  US$219.9million in 2011. 

Not so happy now: According to online publisher Giant Freakin' Robot, the sequel to Birds of Prey has been canned

Not so happy now: According to online publisher Giant Freakin’ Robot, the sequel to Birds of Prey has been canned

In comparison, DC Comic’s female-led 2017 film Wonder Woman brought in US$821.8million at the worldwide box office.  

Margot was also expected be the lead in the next Suicide Squad film after Birds of Prey anticipated success. 

But despite being the breakout star from the 2016 superhero flick, her character Harley Quinn might have to settle for an ensemble position for the 2021 sequel, which also stars Idris Elba and Jai Courtney. 

'Warners [Brothers] no longer believes in the concept or in the creative team behind the movie,' the publication's source said

‘Warners [Brothers] no longer believes in the concept or in the creative team behind the movie,’ the publication’s source said

The Australian actress and Birds of Prey writer Christina Hodson are reportedly set to reunite at Disney for another installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. 

This film is said to be a spin-off of the hugely successful franchise, which is already getting its own separate reboot, according to The Hollywood Reporter

Plot details for the new movie are being kept under wraps for now, but is thought to be a new original story bringing fresh characters to the franchise, which is based on a Disney theme park ride. 

Trying again: The Australian actress and Birds of Prey writer Christina Hodson are reportedly set to reunite at Disney for another installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise

Trying again: The Australian actress and Birds of Prey writer Christina Hodson are reportedly set to reunite at Disney for another installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise

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