Burt Reynolds was set to shoot "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" within weeks. He was cast as the the blind owner of the Los Angeles-area ranch where Charles Manson lived with his followers in 1969.
The actress plays the murdered actress in the period drama set during the era of the Manson Family murders.
The Terminal star discusses the male gaze in cinema and why she's wary of filmmakers who take advantage.
Black Canary, Huntress, Cassandra Cain, and Renee Montoya will join Harley Quinn’s girl gang in the Margot Robbie film “Birds of Prey,” TheWrap has exclusively learned. Robbie will produce “Birds of Prey” and reprise her “Suicide Squad” character, Harley Quinn. “Birds of Prey” will be produced by Kroll & Co Entertainment’s Sue Kroll and Clubhouse Pictures’ Bryan Unkeless, as well as Robbie.
The actress is producing the DC movie and reprising her 'Suicide Squad' role for it too.
Just when you thought Quentin Tarantino's new movie Once Upon A Time In Hollywood couldn't cope with another A-lister, the director has now thrown Al Pacino into the mix.
Damian Lewis, Luke Perry, Emile Hirsch, and Dakota Fanning will join the already A-list laden cast, which will tell the story of the Sharon Tate murders at the hands of Charles Manson.
The actor explains how "grateful" he was when he met Myers on the set of their new movie and thanked him for helping director Edgar Wright.
The Australian Academy Award nominee will play Sharon Tate — the slain, real-life wife of Roman Polanski — in an ensemble that includes Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Kurt Russell, and Burt Reynolds.
Extremely stylized, the film's first promo heavily leans on the sex appeal of its headliner, who sports a variety of alluring outfits while using her charms to woo a hit man.
Margot Robbie hits the ice in the first 'I, Tonya' trailer, which tells the story of disgraced ice skater Tonya Harding.
Editor’s note: The original version of this story ran in July 2016, as Harley Quinn was about to make her big-screen debut in Suicide Squad. With Saturday designated as the annual Batman Day, and DC celebrating by giving Harley a co-starring role coinciding with her 25th anniversary, we thought it was the perfect time to revisit our first-hand account of the strange origin of one of DC’s strangest characters from the man who dreamed her up. In the early 1990s, Paul Dini was a writer for hire, cranking out scripts for the ground-breaking, noirish Batman: The Animated Series, when inspiration struck.
Margot Robbie and Daisy Ridley also lend voices to Sony's animated update of Beatrix Potter's classic bunny tale.
After reports of a shakeup in the DC Extended Universe that might keep David Ayer from directing 'Gotham City Sirens,' he tweets out a Harley Quinn drawing
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Tonya Harding was one of American figure skating’s brightest lights. That is, she was until she was implicated in a 1994 plot by her ex-husband, Jeff Gillooly, and bodyguard, Shawn Eckhardt, who pleaded guilty to hiring someone to club Harding’s main rival, Nancy Kerrigan, on the leg in the run-up to the Winter Olympics. The shocking incident — which led to a plea deal and probation for Harding — rocked the sports world and will no doubt be one of the focal points of the upcoming Harding biopic I, Tonya, starring Margot Robbie of Suicide Squad as the skater. ...
The cast of ‘Justice League’ turned out to support their fellow DC Universe cast mates last night at the ‘Suicide Squad’ UK premiere in London’s Leicester Square. Zack Snyder, Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Ezra Miller, and Jason Momoa were the surprise guests at the film’s gala screening that saw thousands of fans gathering to catch a glimpse of their heroes… and villains. (Image credits: PA)