On Dinah Laurel Lance’s birthday, DC fans ask HBO for a Black Canary series starring Jurnee Smollett, making #BlackCanaryHBOSeries trending online.
Birds of Prey (and the fabulous emancipation of a Harley Quinn)Jurnee Smollett was the first actor to play the Black Canary on the big screen, and fans want to see more.
On Dinah Laurel Lance / Black Canary’s birthday, the hashtag #BlackCanarioHBOSeries trending on Twitter. The DC hero superfans used the hashtag to share their hopes of seeing Smollett take on the role of Black Canary again, but this time on an HBO Max TV series.
One Twitter user wrote: “Happy birthday to the one and only Dinah Laurel Lance / Black Canary! What better way to celebrate this day than by giving us a #BlackCanaryHBOSeries?”
Another online fan posted praise for Smollett’s Black Canary on Birds of prey, writing: “She is one of my favorite actors in a comic book movie and she deserves her own show.”
One fan posted specifically about the character decisions in the DC Extended Universe made by Warner Bros., noting: “You will NEVER get excited about the new roster as WB believes they can decide never to return our favorite characters to us and we will just accept and follow go ahead “.
Although such a series has not received the green light, Smollett previously stated that he would “absolutely” return to play Black Canary in television show form. “It’s no secret how much I love Black Canary,” said the Lovecraft country said the star. “It’s a dream, a character, and it was a dream to play her. Yes [the] dynamics fell the right way, I would absolutely do it in the blink of an eye, “he said. Specifically, Smollett stated that he would like to work with Lovecraft country creator Misha Green on the television project if it were to be.
Smollett to star opposite Chris Hemsworth in the film adaptation of Spiderhead, directed by Tron: LegacyJoseph Kosinski. Based on the George Saunder short story, “Escape from Spiderhead”, Spiderhead will focus on two inmates who volunteer to take emotion-altering drugs to shorten their prison sentences, leading them to deal with their past.
Directed by Cathy Yan and written by Christina Hodson, Birds of Prey (and the fabulous emancipation of a Harley Quinn) stars Margot Robbie, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Rosie Perez, Chris Messina, Ella Jay Basco, and Ewan McGregor. The movie is now available on video-on-demand and streaming on HBO Max.
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