Mary made her debut last night (Feb. 3rd) on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon and while there, they talked about their time together working on the 2006 film ‘Factory Girl’. They also talked about Birds of Prey and showed a brand new clip! Screen caps will come soon but in the meantime, I also added HQ stills of Mary’s appearance into the gallery. You can also see Mary’s full interview below:
More interviews featuring the cast of Birds of Prey are coming online each day and today, a couple more interviews have been released. Speaking to Variety, Mary discussed her time working on the soap opera Passions, how it felt to work on a set with women both in front of and behind the camera and what drew her to take on the role of Huntress. They also released a new still of Mary as her character and you can view the HQ image in the gallery. Glamour UK’s interview with them is also listed below. Additionally, you can see an interview Mary did with the rest of the cast here.
What did you know about Huntress before you signed on?
I had a vague awareness of her. Once I heard about the project and I started researching her, I found her to be a really interesting, mysterious kind of character. Then I met with Cathy and Margot. And I became more and more interested in the world that they were building — of all these really quite intriguing women.
What are some ways you feel like you’ve been treated differently as a woman in this industry?
I think it’s just the feeling that there’s an expectation that you’ll always be quiet about everything. That you’ll always be quiet about any sort of mistreatment that’s come that comes your way. There’s an expectation that the women — particularly the young women, or the women who aren’t so famous — would never speak up about it. Because our places within the industry are too fragile for us to risk that. And that expectation is changing.
How old were you when you were on “Passions”?
I was 14 years old. It was my first time coming to Los Angeles, and I ended up on the crazy soap opera. So that’s how that happened.
Were you aware of how utterly batshit it was as you were filming it?
I had no idea. As I was filming it, I certainly became more aware as the days were going on, and as the scripts were coming in. But when I signed on to it, I had no idea what I was doing. They didn’t give a scripts or anything. It was just like, “Oh, there’s a new soap opera. It’s gonna have lots of teenagers and young people. It’s going to air in the summer.” We all just went, “Great. Sounds awesome!” And it was. I mean, it was great.
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Last night was the world premiere of Birds of Prey in London, England and Mary looked absolutely stunning in a velvet red dress. She was joined at the event by her co-stars as well as the director of the film Cathy Yan, writer Christina Hodson and composter Daniel Pemberton and some producers. I have added over 200+ photos of Mary at the event to the gallery and you can see some videos below! Another video interview with Mary can also be seen here where she gets interviewed by ET Online.
After staying in Mexico over the weekend, the Birds of Prey cast that includes Mary, Margo, Ella Jay and Jurnee are currently in London where they will have a red carpet premiere there today (January 29). I have added some photos of them at the UK photo call which you can view in the gallery.
In addition to Oracle, Mary Elizabeth Winstead wants other members of the Batman family. Winstead said, “I would love to be against, for us to be a part of the Batman universe. I know our version of Helena isn’t the version of Helena who’s related to Batman,” referring to the pre-Crisis Huntress, who was was actually the daughter of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle. “But still being a part of that universe… the new Catwoman, I think is amazing.”
Referring to the upcoming DC film The Batman, Winstead and the other stars were quick to share their excitement for Zoe Kravitz to take on the role of Catwoman. “I think that’s going to be really exciting,” Winstead said. “I was really into the Michelle Pfeiffer version, but now I’m really really into the Zoe Kravitz version, I’m so excited… That would be amazing, so cool to see how all those characters collide.”
In an interview for Fandango, the cast interview each other on what it’s like to be the first all-female antihero team-up, what it was like to suit up their characters’ wild gear, and how the action sequences set this movie apart from the rest.
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The leading ladies of Birds of Prey (& the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) were in Mexico City, Mexico over the weekend to screen the film for the first time. Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Margot Robbie, and Jurnee Smollett-Bell were there on the pink carpet where they took time to meet fans and take lots of photos and sign items for them. I have added over 90+ photos of them at the event and you can view them all in the gallery!
Last night in Los Angeles marked the first stop of the Birds of Prey promotional tour and the entire cast was on hand to celebrate the upcoming release of the film. Megan Thee Stallion, Charlotte Lawrence and Doja Cat were also in attendance with the cast and sang songs off the film’s album. The night then ended with a fireworks display.
I added 40 photos of Mary at the event which you can view in the gallery. The next stop will be tomorrow in Mexico. Below are some videos of Mary from the event as well.
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— Ewan McGregor Brasil (@emcgregorbrasil) January 24, 2020
— Ewan McGregor Brasil (@emcgregorbrasil) January 24, 2020
Mary recently recorded a new podcast episode with her former BrainDead co-star Paige Patterson. In it, they talked about her career longevity, which actors and actresses she’d like to work with, how she’ll be taking some time off after promoting Birds of Prey and an ‘Alien’ reboot. You can listen to the full podcast HERE. I loved listening to that interview and wish it had been longer haha. It’s great!
In related news, a new promo art with Mary as her character Huntress has been released and she looks SO BADASS! Head to the gallery to check out the full-sized pic.
The Birds of Prey promotional tour is kicking off and Mary and her co-stars Margot Robbie, Jurnee Smollett-Bell and Rosie Perez are featured in the new digital issue of Glamour UK. You can also read more about their Glamour shoot here. Click the pics below to view the whole set and see some behind the scenes videos from the shoot.
“I got divorced a couple of years ago, which was a scary, crazy thing for me because I had been with the same person since I was 18 years old, and that was what I knew. All the way through my twenties I was trying very hard to keep myself the same, because another thing I heard a lot growing up was people saying, ‘you’re so great, never change.’ You can take that to heart, in the wrong way, and try to keep yourself from growing too much because you don’t know what’s on the other side. So I was really starting new as an adult for the first time in my life. For me that was a big turning point, being OK with changing, accepting that change is a good thing and that it’s OK not to know where that change is going to take you.”
On how Scott Pilgrim VS the World affected her after it performed poorly at the box office:
“When I was 24 years old, I did this movie, Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World and it didn’t do well. Had that happened now I would handle it much better. But I was really disappointed. I thought it was going to be really big and I thought my career was going to change but it didn’t, it just stayed the same. It took a couple of years for me to really wrap my head around being grateful for those couple of years of not really getting much great work and having, I’m- never-going-to-match-anything dark moments. Twentysomething-me couldn’t have the perspective that the thirtysomething-me has on that kind of experience. I had the time to really figure out who I was and what I wanted, and I did exactly that in those couple of dry years after that movie came out.”
On how she’s changed now that she’s in her 30s:
I’ve got to the point where I just don’t give a sh*t. I’ve also had this feminist awakening when you look around and, for a lot of us I think it started happening at the same time as the Me Too movement, a lot of things that had been lying dormant within us started waking up, and realizing so many of us felt the same way and we don’t actually have to accept it.
How did a superhero movie become one of the most feminist films of 2020? For starters, women made all the big decisions. Our digital cover features the stars of ‘Birds of Prey’— @MargotRobbie, @rosieperezbklyn, @jurneesmollett, and #MaryElizabethWinstead https://t.co/Dq6Os6H74D pic.twitter.com/N3cERlHjoO
— Glamour (@glamourmag) January 15, 2020
Last month two new photo shoot images of Mary were released from the 100th special edition issue of Citizen K magazine and today, two more have been released. One of the inspirations for Mary during the session was going for a look modeled after Casablanca actress Ingrid Bergman. Head to the gallery to check out the full set!