For months now, we’ve been slowly hearing about who would be part of the ensemble cast of The Suicide Squad. We don’t know if James Gunn‘s movie is a sequel or a reboot or something in between, but now we officially have the full roster for the cast straight from the director himself. Get the full list of The Suicide Squad cast below. Read More »
The soundtracks to the films in the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise are among the most beloved in recent memory. Featuring outstanding classics from the 1970s, they bring a unique vibe to the cosmic side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, there’s at least one song that writer/director James Gunn won’t be including when the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 soundtrack comes around, and it’s for one very good reason. Read More »
The casting for James Gunn‘s The Suicide Squad just gets more out-of-this-world with its latest recruit. Gunn’s follow-up to David Ayer’s 2016 Suicide Squad has tapped Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi in an undisclosed role. Potentially joining Capaldi in The Suicide Squad cast is a vastly different Pete: Saturday Night Live’s Pete Davidson is reportedly in talks to make a small cameo appearance as well.
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James Gunn‘s Suicide Squad sequel is hoping to recruit an exciting new addition: Taika Waititi. The filmmaker/actor is reportedly in talks to join the film, which stars Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, and Viola Davis. There’s no word on which character Waititi might play, or how big a role that is, but honestly, we’re always happy for some Taika action.
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Nathan Fillion has been chums with director James Gunn for a while. The Firefly star led Gunn’s horror comedy Slither back in 2006, he took up post as a sacrilegious hero called the Holy Avenger in the R-rated superhero comedy Super, and he had a small role in Guardians of the Galaxy as one of the alien criminals in the Kyln prison. Fillion also had a cameo in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 that ended up being left on the cutting room floor, but now he’s going to play around with James Gunn’s latest comic book flick.
The Suicide Squad has lined up Nathan Fillion for a role in the DC Comics movie situated at Warner Bros. Pictures, and we still don’t know whether this is a sequel or a reboot or some kind of hybrid of the two. Read More »
Even though all the attention is on the future of Walt Disney properties coming to the big screen and their new streaming service Disney+ this fall, Warner Bros. Pictures couldn’t help but get some news out there about one of their upcoming DC Comics movies, and this one comes from one of Marvel’s most beloved directors.
The Suicide Squad is letting director James Gunn play in a different comic book sandbox for awhile before he returns to Marvel to take the helm of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. But just because he’s having fun with a DC Comics title doesn’t mean he’ll be leaving everything from his time at Marvel behind. One of his Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 supporting stars is heading over to The Suicide Squad for a key role on the team. Read More »
James Gunn‘s The Suicide Squad cast has been infiltrated by the borg – actor Flula Borg, that is.
The German writer/producer/actor, who has credits on Silicon Valley, Pitch Perfect 2, and dozens of other projects, is the latest to hop aboard Gunn’s superhero film, joining a couple other new additions and several returning players from director David Ayer’s 2016 movie. Here’s what we know about his character so far. Read More »
During Marvel Studios’ Comic-Con panel this past weekend, producer Kevin Feige confirmed that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is still happening, though it won’t be included in Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But when Thor: Love and Thunder was announced on the Hall H stage, that left many fans wondering about the future of Thor.
At the end of Avengers: Endgame, Chris Hemsworth’s God of Thunder leaves New Asgard in Valkyrie’s capable hands and heads off with the Guardians for some space adventures (and presumably to find Gamora). But will Guardians Vol. 3 or Thor: Love and Thunder pick up that story?
Guardians Vol. 3 writer/director James Gunn is busy making The Suicide Squad over at WB/DC, but in a recent Instagram comment, he seemed to give an answer. See what he said below, and we’ll explore how either scenario could affect Thor’s potential storyline.
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Remember Brightburn? It came out this year, and it was a surprisingly enjoyable and nasty horror-superhero hybrid. The movie didn’t exactly break the bank at the box office, but according to producer James Gunn, that doesn’t rule out a sequel. While there’s nothing official yet, Gunn revealed that there have been talks regarding Brightburn 2, which would presumably feature the further adventures of Brandon Breyer, a young sociopath who just happens to have superpowers.
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James Gunn‘s number one fan Dave Bautista has made his peace with Disney. Most of the cast of Guardians of the Galaxy had publicly spoken out against the company following Gunn’s firing from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 last year, but none spoke more loudly than Bautista, who had threatened to leave the franchise altogether. But now with Gunn happily back in the employ of Marvel and Disney, Bautista has repaired his relations with the House of Mouse.
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