Aussie Actress Margot Robbie will be the maniacal Joker’s paramour in Warner Bros. Suicide Squad Collider reports Margot Robbie has signed up as Harley Quinn in Warner Bros. upcoming Suicide Squad film to be directed by David Ayer (Fury). Show More Summary
Why so serious, Jared Leto? According to The Wrap, Warner Bros. wants the Oscar-winning actor to play The Joker in "Suicide Squad." The film, from "Fury" writer-director David Ayer, is based on the DC Comic of the same name. It follows convicted supervillains who undertake black-ops missions for the U.S. Show More Summary
Word around the Internet has Oscar winner Jared Leto being considered for key role in David Ayer’s Suicide Squad that could quite possibly be the part of the Joker according to an individual close to the project over at Warner Bros. Leto is no stranger to the internet casting rumourville, he was previously one of […]
Some potentially big news landing late on Friday night, thanks to a report from Jeff Sneider at The Wrap. He says a source from Warner Bros "familiar with the project" has revealed that Jared Leto, coming off of his Academy Award win...Show More Summary
By David Christopher Bell Published: November 04th, 2014 In an effort to out-hype Marvel's colossal cinematic future, DC and Warner Bros. recently released a calendar mapping out their slate of upcoming superhero films for our dark, brooding pleasure. As a response, Marvel out-hyped DC's super-hype by uber
While Robert Englund's made-up face haunted A Nightmare on Elm Street, Wes Craven originally cast actor David Warner in the role of Freddy Krueger. Warner had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts, but not before sitting for the makeup test. Read more...
Deadline reports that Warner Bros. is in talks with Jesse Eisenberg about taking his Lex Luthor—whom he’s slated to play in Batman V. Superman: Dawn Of Justice—and bringing it over to David Ayer’s Suicide Squad. Eisenberg joins a long...Show More Summary
David Ayer is hoping to include Jesse Eisenberg's Lex Luthor in his Suicide Squad. Warner Bros. is currently in talks with the actor to bring his Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice character into the upcoming movie about DC villains. Show More Summary
King David might want to get ready for his close-up.
Last week we got word Warner Bros. and DC are eyeing a whole bunch of white-hot talents for Suicide Squad, the supervillain team-up story to be directed by David Ayer. But it seems one of its stars could be someone already in the Warner Bros./DC family. Show More Summary
The list of upcoming biblical projects has become a lineage as lengthy and confusing as Exodus, as Noah begat Ben-Hur begat Exodus: Gods And Kings; The Bible begat Son Of God begat A.D.: Beyond The Bible begat scores of other Jesus projects;...Show More Summary
The Queen of the Tearling — the first installment in a trilogy of novels by Erika Johansen that has already been optioned for a Warner Bros. franchise to star Emma Watson, reuniting her with Harry Potter producer David Heyman — has been called “the female Game of Thrones” and “the... More »
Under the cloak of a South Park animation still, a former Time Warner Cable retention agent spoke with YouTube talk show host David Pakman about his former job. “Jackie Keaton” revisits the training he received, the disconnect from sales agent promises and some of the retention routines. Show More Summary
The creepy doll thriller Annabelle killed it at the box office this weekend with a $37.2 million opening that nearly edged out the hotly anticipated Gone Girl from David Fincher. With numbers this good, you might suspect Warner Bros....Show More Summary
According to Variety, End of Watch and Training Day director David Ayer is Warner Bros. first choice to direct the upcoming Suicide Squad movie, based on the DC comic series. Word is that the studio thinks Ayer is "a good fit for the dark and edgy film." Read more...
David Boaz The Washington Post reports on strong disagreements in consecutive appearances by Virginia Senate candidates Mark Warner and Ed Gillespie. Obamacare, terrorism, lobbying, partisanship – lots of arguments. But take heart, the...Show More Summary
Warner Bros. is rounding up some of DC Comics’ biggest names for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but don’t think that means they’re neglecting their lesser known characters. The studio is reportedly closing in on David Ayer to direct Suicide Squad, which teams up a bunch of supervillains. Show More Summary
'Fury' director David Ayer is Warner Bros. top choice to direct the DC Comics adaptation 'Suicide Squad', which Justin Marks is writing. [...]
Looks like we know one more of one of the many projects Warner Bros and DC Entertainment want to bring to the big screen with their release schedule staked out through 2020. THR has just reported that Fury director David Ayer is currently circling an adaptation of Suicide Squad, based on the DC Comics property of the same name. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. and DC entertainment have been planning a feature film based on the legendary ?Task Force X,? better known as Suicide Squad, for many years. Now it seems it might be close to finally happening as The Hollywood Reporter brings word this afternoon that End of Watch and Fury director David Ayer is circling the big screen adaptation of the villains-turned-heroes tale.