Task Force X is the collection of villains and weirdos that makes up the men and women on a mission in David Ayer‘s DC Comics adaptation Suicide Squad, and now we’ve got a photo of the whole team. Ayer has dropped hints here and there, and released an arresting image of Jared Leto as the Joker. But this image has so much more: Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn, Will Smith as Deadshot, and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as Killer Croc, among many others. Check out the Suicide Squad cast photo below.
Update: There’s also a photo that shows Will Smith’s character Deadshot in full masked regalia, set for action.
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Fans first saw the Ben Affleck Batman suit in a cryptic, black and white image next to the Batmobile. Then there was a shadowy close up on the cowl. The full Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer revealed more of the full body, then we saw the full suit, but again bathed in shadow. That was followed by a video with all three costumes. By that point, it was obvious Zack Snyder and his team were being careful to show the full suit, giving fans just enough to keep them guessing.
They probably still want to do be mysterious but leave it to the Internet to foil those plans. Two new images of Ben Affleck’s Batman have now arrived online. One is the Batman v Superman IMAX poster image, with the distracting Superman symbol removed, and then there’s the same shot, but from a step back and in full color, leaving the whole suit up to intense scrutiny. Check out the latest images of the Ben Affleck Batman suit below. Read More »
“We’re on track to deliver a slate of films that will delight audiences everywhere thanks to the efforts of the many exceptionally talented people invested in the success of this universe.”
That’s Greg Silverman, President of Creative Development and Worldwide Production at Warner Bros., talking about the studio’s upcoming slate of DC movies. It’s not only the obvious studio sentiment, it’s what fans all over the world want to believe. They hope one of the biggest, most powerful movie studios, controlling some of the most beloved characters, is going to treat them right in a way we can all treasure.
While that statement very well might end up being true when the films hit the theaters, at the moment, it’s a bit more difficult to believe. The Hollywood Reporter has a fascinating and scathing report on the construction of the DC Cinematic Universe. It cites numerous examples that no one knows exactly how this is all going to come together. One example? Five writers were hired to write competing versions of Wonder Woman. Three writers were hired to do that for Aquaman, and more. Read more about the upcoming DC movies below. Read More »
Rumors of Ben Affleck, either as Bruce Wayne or Batman, showing up in David Ayer‘s Suicide Squad have been floating for months. There’s still no official announcement but if a photo says a thousand words, maybe this is good enough.
Not only was Affleck caught by paparazzi at the airport in Toronto, where the film is being shot, he was caught on set, with black and white hair a la the latest version of Bruce Wayne. Check out the Ben Affleck Suicide Squad photos below. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 by Angie Han
Tom Hardy‘s Max Rockatansky may be the one who gives Mad Max: Fury Road its title, but Charlize Theron‘s Furiosa is the one who takes center stage in the final trailer. A bit of new footage offers a better look at her prosthetic arm, as well as the fearless attitude that’s kept her alive so far in this hellish landscape. Watch the Mad Max Fury Road final trailer after the jump. Read More »
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Posted on Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 by Angie Han
After You’re Next and The Guest, Adam Wingard has found his next creepy movie premise. He’s signed on to direct Death Note, a live-action feature based on the popular Japanese manga series. At the center of a story is a notebook that causes the death of anyone whose name is written in its pages. More on the Adam Wingard Death Note news after the jump. Read More »
Why does the Suicide Squad joker have his own dialogue tattooed on his body? For weeks we’ve seen director David Ayer and actor Jared Leto teasing the gradual transformation into the clown prince of crime. But as seen in a final image posted by Ayer, this Joker is more like a clown prince of crazy, or, well… just see him below. Read More »
DC Comics has announced that Frank Miller will write a third Batman series to complete what will now be a trilogy begun with The Dark Knight Returns. The Dark Knight: The Master Race is planned as an “epic conclusion of the celebrated THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS saga.”
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A large red bow sits besides a space-age looking black Cadillac Ciel in the driveway of a Palos Verdes, CA beach house. Seating inside this elaborate and expensive gift are four friends, once again united by the powers that be. A camera hanging out of a large matte black Mercedes SUV is fixed on the wheel of the car, then slowly pulls back as the group speeds up the driveway. In our head, we might imagine Superhero by Jane’s Addiction playing. But on March 17, 2014, the 18th day out of 35 in the filming of Entourage, things are as quiet as a pin drop.
The four friends in the car are Vincent Chase (Adrien Grenier), Johnny Drama (Kevin Dillon), Eric Murphy (Kevin Connolly) and Turtle (Jerry Ferrara). Four years have passed since the conclusion of the HBO show of the same name. Now creator Doug Ellin is finally bringing Entourage to the big screen. That in itself might be a feat, but being on set, the bigger feat is the atmosphere, which is incredibly loose, friendly and collaborative. This isn’t like any film set I’ve ever been on. It’s way more laid back, way more funny and very much in the familial spirit of a group of people – both in front of and behind the camera – coming back to a world they love.
Below, read about our Entourage movie set visit. Read More »