Margot Robbie Explains Tarantino Influence On ‘Birds Of Prey’ & How She Got Permission For One Specific ‘Pulp Fiction’ Reference

The Playlist | 7/26/2019 | Charles Barfield
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“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is finally in theaters now, and with that, the world has yet another Quentin Tarantino film to analyze, rate, debate, and rank among the other works in the filmmaker’s career. And for Margot Robbie, the film marks the first time that she was able to work with the writer-director, who she so clearly has admiration for.

When speaking to MTVNews about working with Tarantino, the subject of “Birds of Prey” came up. For those not familiar with the latest bit of comic book goodness, Robbie is teaming up with some other famous women to form the title group of anti-heroes that include Harley Quinn, The Huntress, Black Canary, Detective Renee Montoya, and Cassandra Cain. Together, they combine to take down the villainous Black Mask.

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But during production on “Birds of Prey,” Robbie decided to add a bit of Tarantino flair, using the working title of “Fox Force Five.” She explains that she used the “Pulp Fiction” reference (Uma Thurman’s character famously talks about a failed pilot with that title in...
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