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.
BREAKING Variety's Justin Kroll is reporting that Warners is eyeing Fury director David Ayer for Suicide Squad, an adaptation based on the DC comic book series. The original comic series focused on a team of supervillains who were given a second chance by the government for redemption. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. Pictures has released a new domestic trailer has been released for David Dobkin's legal dramedy "The Judge," starring Robert Downey Jr., Robert Duvall, Vera Farmiga, Melissa Leo, Billy Bob Thornton, and Vincent D'Onofrio. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. Pictures has released the new trailer for director David Dobkin's The Judge which you can watch below!
U.S. Sen. Mark Warner put out an endorsement announcement that included Appomattox County Sheriff Barry Letterman and Nelson County Sheriff David Brooks. The problem is, neither are endorsing Warner and they aren't exactly being quiet about it, now - especially Brooks. Show More Summary
Sarah Lancaster has signed with APA. She just wrapped a multi-episode arc on Lifetime's Witches Of East End and appears in the David Dobkin-directed Warner Bros feature The Judge, playing the ex-wife of Robert Downey Jr's character. She also appeared in the recent telepics Love Finds You In Sugarcreek and Looking For Mr. Show More Summary
David Zaslav also once again raises concerns about the planned Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal read more
Here's an an example of why Comcast EVP David Cohen is so valuable to the company. In a statement today, the smooth point person for the cable giant's planned acquisition of Time Warner Cable made it seem like Comcast is on the sameShow More Summary
Warner Bros. is set to release a new upcoming "Tarzan" movie on June 1, 2016. The film will be a 3D action-adventure work by director David Yates and will be based off of Edgar Rice Burrougs' "Tarzan" novel.
In a very competitive situation, ABC has landed a medical advocate drama project from David Marshall Grant (Nashville, Smash). The project, produced by Sheldon Turner and Jennifer Klein's Vendetta Prods. and Warner Bros. TV, has received what I hear is a high-end put pilot commitment. Show More Summary
Following big success with Gravity last year, plans for Sandra Bullock to return to Warner Bros. are solidifying as the studio has just given a greenlight the political dramedy Our Brand is Crisis. The project has been in development...Show More Summary
David Yates is currently in talks with Warner Bros. to helm the tentpole. Read the full article on AICN From one perspective, this is as safe and boring as a choice as it gets. From another, this is the next best thing to getting J.K. Show More Summary
Warner Bros. is keeping Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows helmer David Yates in the director's chair as the studio moves forward with adapation Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them. Yates is in talks to helm the first installment of a planned trilogy based on author J.K. Rowling's spin-off, set decades prior to the events of the Harry Potter saga. Variety broke the news…
After a brief flirtation with Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban director Alfonso Cuaron to return to the wizarding world for the spin-off Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them didn't work out, Warner Bros. has found another seasoned director of their multi-billion dollar franchise to take on the project instead. Show More Summary
These days, David Yates is busy helming Warner Bros. anticipated Tarzan film, but he may be headed back to familiar territory as the director is reportedly in talks to helm the Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where To FindShow More Summary