Zack Snyder addresses Harley Quinn’s cut oral sex scene

Source: The Independent

Director Zack Snyder discussed Harley Quinn’s oral sex scene.

Before DC pulled the plug on the R-rated animated series starring Kaley Cuoco’s Big Bang Theory, it almost featured a steamy scene between Batman and Catwoman. Snyder responded to this news by tweeting a Bat comic book titled ‘Canon’ (whose 2013 blockbuster Man from Steel launched the DC cinematic Worlds).

It quickly grew out of hand.

Harley Quinn co-showcaster Justin Halpern made the announcement earlier this week, telling Variety, “The villainous characters are incredibly gratifying and liberating because you can do so much more.

“In the third season of Harley, we had an image of Batman on Catwoman, and DC is like, ‘You can’t do it.'” You’re not going to be able to do that.” ‘Heroes don’t,’ he went on, ‘and we’ve asked them, ‘You say heroes are just selfish lovers?’ ‘What are you saying?’ ‘ ‘No, we’re selling heroes’ consumer toys,’ they replied. It’s difficult to sell a toy if Batman also stomps on someone.'”

Source: Entertainment Weekly

Kaley Cuoco’s Harley Quinn adds Veep star to cast  of season 3:

 The Harley Quinn TV series is a very exciting third-season star, with fans guessing who James Gunn’s character The Suicide Squad will voice. After the announcement of a “very special guest star” in the animated show, Harley Quinn co-showman Patrick Schumacker also confirmed the participation of Sam Richarson, who was playing Richard Splett in the Veep political satire show.

Schumacker made the announcement on Twitter after making a statement about Veep Star’s desire to play Beest in a future X-Men film.

“I’m ecstatic about this opportunity, but even more so about the fact that Sam Richardson will be appearing in Harley Quinn  season 3.” These statistics were gathered from Twitter. The Harley Quinn series, starring Kaley Cuoco as the popular DC villain, will be in the Big Bang Theory, and will follow Harley as Gotham City becomes chaotic. It will be free to watch. The Joker (Alan Tudyk) appears to be absent from the scene, and Harley wishes to establish herself as the city’s criminal Queenpin alongside his famous friends and enemies, including Poison Ivy (Lake Bell), Doctor Psycho, King Shark, Sy Borgman, and Frank the Plant.

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