From the creators of Smallville, the Batman myth takes an unexpected turn in this action-adventure series about a trio of beautiful and relentless heroines determined to carry on Batman's fight for justice against the ruthless criminals of New Gotham City. Years have passed since Batman commanded the streets of New Gotham, leaving the high-tech crimefighting to the stunning Birds of Prey: Barbara Gordon (Dina Meyer — Saw films, Starship Troopers), formerly known as Batgirl and the daughter of Commissioner Gordon; Helena (Ashley Scott — Jericho, Dark Angel), or the Huntress, the secret offspring of Batman and Catwoman; and Dinah (Rachel Skarsten — Virginia's Run), an innocent teen with developing metahuman powers. Also starring Shemar Moore (Criminal Minds), Ian Abercrombie (The Clone Wars, Seinfeld) and Mia Sara (Timecop, Ferris Bueller's Day Off), Birds of Prey brings the legendary saga from DC Comics to life, right here on iTunes.
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Good people are good because they've come to wisdom through failure. We get very little wisdom from success, you know.
this movie better not change Cassandra Cain and the other characters too much from their source
I want to see Sheri moon zombie as Harley Quinn
Dolce and Gabbana, I mean Birds of Prey
They look like prowrestlers from Glow
When he was young, Chuck Norris wore a bear trap as teeth braces.
The ad for this video was longer than the actual teaser trailer. I am mad.
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