Welcome to Simply Margot Robbie your best source dedicated to Australian Actress Margot Robbie who is best known for her roles as Naomi Lapaglia in The Wolf of Wall Street and Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad. Presently you can see Margot in Birds of Prey and Bombshell and this year as Harley Quinn in The Suicide Squad. Be sure to bookmark the site and check back daily for all the latest news, photos and info!

Welcome to Simply Margot Robbie your best source dedicated to Australian Actress Margot Robbie who is best known for her roles as Naomi Lapaglia in The Wolf of Wall Street and Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad. Presently you can see Margot in Birds of Prey and Bombshell and this year as Harley Quinn in The Suicide Squad. Be sure to bookmark the site and check back daily for all the latest news, photos and info!

Welcome to Simply Margot Robbie your best source dedicated to Australian Actress Margot Robbie who is best known for her roles as Naomi Lapaglia in The Wolf of Wall Street and Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad. Presently you can see Margot in Birds of Prey and Bombshell and this year as Harley Quinn in The Suicide Squad. Be sure to bookmark the site and check back daily for all the latest news, photos and info!

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Mel       March 17, 2020       Birds of Prey (2020), News, Projects       No Comments
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Universal Picture announced Monday that several of its current releases will be made available for digital purchase much earlier than scheduled.

And later in the day, Warner Bros. shared the news that it is releasing Birds of Prey, the Suicide Squad spin-off, on video-on-demand on March 24 even though it is still playing in theaters.

The film is expected to cost $19.99 to buy on platforms such as Amazon and iTunes, and will be available for rental in April, Variety reported.

Warner Bros. announced Monday it is releasing Birds of Prey, the Suicide Squad spin-off starring Margot Robbie, on video-on-demand on March 24 even though it is still in theaters

Birds Of Prey stars Margot Robbie as her Suicide Squad character Harley Quinn.

The movie was released on February 8 but has performed disappointingly in theaters, generating $177 million to date according to Variety. It had a budget of $85 million.

The studios are making the decisions to shorten or even abolish all together the traditional gap between showing a movie in theaters and making it available on demand as a growing number of movie theaters shut down across the US amid the growing coronavirus pandemic.

Multiplexes in New York, Colorado, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Washington, have been ordered to close while movie-going overall has plummeted to a 20-year low as audiences follow advice to distanced themselves from others and stay home as much as possible.

In response to the diminishing box office returns as COVID-19 infections increase, Universal said that their DreamWorks Animation movie Trolls World Tour will be available to stream on April 10, the same day as its theatrical release.

Other Universal Pictures titles currently in theatres The Hunt, The Invisible Man and Emma are also being made available to purchase early.

Earlier on Monday, Universal Picture announced that several of its current releases including The Hunt and The Invisible Man will be made available for digital purchase early

In a statement, NBCUniversal CEO Jeff Shell said: ‘Universal Pictures has a broad and diverse range of movies with 2020 being no exception. Rather than delaying these films or releasing them into a challenged distribution landscape, we wanted to provide an option for people to view these titles in the home that is both accessible and affordable.’

Universal, Paramount and Disney have all postponed the theatrical releases of highly-anticipated films. Paramount’s A Quiet Place 2, Disney’s Mulan and MGM’s James Bond movie No Time To Die have all been pushed to later the year.

It’s not just cinemas that are being hit by the latest Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations to avoid large gatherings.

Broadway theatres as well as bars, restaurants, music concerts and festivals are also being canceled or postponed.

As of Monday evening, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the US surged past 4,600 with more than 80 deaths reported.

Globally, there are more than 182,000 confirmed cases and more than 7,100 deaths.

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