Lady Gaga Reportedly Turned Down A Lead Role In DC's BIRDS OF PREY Movie

Lady Gaga may be best known for her singing career but there's a lot of excitement surrounding her performance in Bradley Cooper's A Star Is Born, hence why Warner Bros. tried to get her to play this hero!

It's thought that work on Birds of Prey will begin as soon as next January and that means Warner Bros. will have to start putting the cast together in the next few months. Margot Robbie is obviously attached to play Harley Quinn but other roles which need to be filled include Black Canary, Huntress, Cassandra Cain, Renee Montoya, and the villainous Black Mask. There have been a lot of rumours as of late about nearly all of those characters but this may very well be the most interesting and exciting one yet. 

singer turned actress Lady Gaga was offered the opportunity to play either Huntress or Black Canary a number of months ago but she actually ended up turning down Warner Bros.' offer. 

Why? That we don't know but starring in Suicide Squad didn't do Cara Delevingne much good when she looked to make the leap from modelling to acting and there's a very good chance Gaga wants to stick with more serious roles for the time being.

Do you think she would have been a good fit for Birds of Prey? As always, be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments section below. 


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