David Ayer has continued to lend his support to fans campaigning to see his preferred cut of 'Suicide Squad'.
Sony has confirmed that it's postponing the releases of its two summer tentpole movies, Ghostbusters: Afterlife and Marvel movie Morbius.
Since Mad Men star Jared Harris turned up in the first trailer for new Spider-Man adjecent movie Morbius, the rumour mill has been working day and night.
First trailer for "Morbius" starring Jared Leto lands within hours of Joaquin Phoenix earning an Oscar nomination for taking over as Joker.
Margot Robbie's antiheroine breaks up (and possibly blows up) former flame Mr. J, signaling Jared Leto's departure from the DC movie universe.
Even Margot Robbie was confused by Harley Quinn’s romance with Jared Leto’s Joker in Suicide Squad.
Jared Leto really wants to play The Joker again, even though Joaquin Phoenix has his own solo film as the villain on the way.
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EXCLUSIVE: Jared Harris, perhaps best known for roles in AMC's Mad Men and Netflix's The Crown, has signed on for the Daniel Espinosa-directed the Spider-Man Universe spinoff, Morbius, at Sony Pictures. Jared Leto is attached to take on the role of Dr. Michael Morbius, the renowned biochemist created by writer Roy Thomas and artist Gil Kane. Michael Morbius first debuted in the 1970s The Amazing Spider-Man 101 issue. He attempts to cure a fatal blood disease by injecting…
Fangs for everything … Jared Leto, recently cast as Morbius the Living Vampire. Sony’s new superhero universe is such a fledgling creature that it does not even have a name yet. It’s been referred to unofficially as Sony’s Marvel universe (as opposed to the Marvel Cinematic Universe) and lately as Sony’s Spider-verse, referencing the links between forthcoming movies and the masked wallcrawler currently being played by Tom Holland over in the MCU.