The next most anticipated prequel is based on a comic series of the same name. The film already has Margot Robbie still as Harley Quinn. Ayer has also surprised everyone that the Catwoman and Poison Ivy will join Harley Quinn, as they did in the comics but who will be behind the lingerie suit?
Gotham City Sirens First Debut Will Deal Black Mask
Not much is dig on Gotham City Sirens additional cast. However, as it remains in the very early stages of development, there are rumors of Haley Bennett as the Catwoman and Megan Fox for Poison Ivy. Now, Ayer recently dropped a major clue to create a mask behind villainy and it's a well-known bad guy for avid fans of the Batman comics and other DC assets: Black Mask.
A recent photo of Black Mask, Ayer posted to his Twitter account on Monday, give the idea as the main villain in Gotham City Sirens. He got the cropped photo on the Black Mask from the Batman: Under The Hood comic, sitting with a drink in his hand and saying "I heard. It's just the street stuff. It's not worth my time." A violent lawbreaking boss with a kinship for masks, Black Mask has long been one of Batman's most daunting foes and part of the Dark Knight's rogues gallery.
Black Mask is moreover being a notable archenemy for Catwoman in past comic book presences and has also crossed paths with Poison Ivy. With the story, would most likely to appear, joining Harley Quinn in Gotham City Sirens, Black Mask's rich DC comics history since his 1985 debut would make him an earnest enemy for the trio's movie. Black Mask has never been officially portrayed in a DC live-action feature film, but the role did appear in the animated features Batman: Under The Red Hood and Batman: Bad Blood.
Director Ayer Picture Out A Worldly Satisfying Result
If he does turn out the tide, it will be the villain in Gotham City Sirens, Black Mask would present Ayer with a big break for the DCEU. He is a villain in terms uniqueness it both striking figure and his standing as one of Gotham City's most dangerous crime lords. Though he generally wears a mask similar to a human skull, Black Mask has had a few personifications over the years, giving the DCEU plenty of choices as to how to embody the role. If Gotham City Sirens ends up retaining the same Oscar-winning makeup team from Suicide Squad, the character will be safe.
As fascinating as Black Mask would be a villain, Ayer also has his work cut out for him in terms of cultivating Suicide Squad's drawbacks - namely, it's intricate, sometimes illogical plot. Extraordinary characters can only take a movie so far; while Black Mask would offer loads of possible as a DCEU villain, Gotham City Sirens still needs to tell an intelligible and captivating story to make it a success. But if Black Mask does indeed turn out to be Gotham City Sirens' main villain, Ayer made a strong choice.