Ben Affleck's tenure as the caped crusader is over, while the rumoured Joaquin Phoenix Joker movie is on, according to reports.
Leto unveiled his 'clown prince of crime' in Suicide Squad, but it appears that executives at Warner Bros may have somewhat short memories.
Studio is promoting Walter Hamada to essentially serve as president of production in charge of comic-book division.
Report claims filmmaker is off planned spin-off 'Gotham City Sirens,' which may have been scrapped in favour of Harley Quinn/Joker movie.
The 'Goodfellas' legend will join with '8 Mile' screenwriter Scott Silver, who will co-write the project, with 'The Hangover' helmsman Todd Phillips directing.
Jaume Collet-Serra, who directed the shark thriller The Shallows, has emerged as the frontrunner to direct Warner Bros.’ Suicide Squad 2.
The Oscars are typically I signal of filmmaking of the highest quality. We all rant about how the Academy gets it wrong sometimes of course, but it’s not often genuinely bad films are rewarded.
They’re here - the best movie posters of 2016, as selected by the Internet Movie Posters Awards , the leading online authority about such matters. As well as the best of the year by genre, there’s also the worst of the year, and other more ‘out there’ categories like ‘strangest credit of the year’, which for 2016 was a real peach. Read more La La Land is the joyous, vibrant film we need in 2017 Seven 2017 Oscar nomination stories worth celebrating Emma Watson reveals why she chose Beauty and the Beast over Cinderella
A raft of thespians really made the effort to become unrecognisable for roles in 2016, whether through over-eating (McConaughey), heavy prosthetics (Downton’s Dan Stevens for ‘Beauty and the Beast’) or simply just bad eyebrows (John Travolta in ‘The People Vs O.J. Simpson). Here are a few more of the best. Image credits: Reuters/Disney/Lionsgate/BBC/Associated Press/Cover Media/Warner/Universal/Deadline/Fox/Sony/Focus Features/FameFly/Instagram/AFP/FX/US Weekly/WENN/GC Images
2016. Hailed by no one as ‘the best year ever’, it’s been as tumultuous on-set as it has been out there in the real world. Herein lie some of the biggest scandals of the year… Hellish conditions on The Revenant Sure it was a realistic portrayal of the brutality of the wilderness, but the over-budget, over-schedule set of Alejandro G. Inarritu’s ‘The Revenant’ was described as ‘a living hell‘ by some. ...
If you hated ‘Suicide Squad’, then you’re going to love this. David Ayer’s messy superhero romp has been taken down in withering style by the folks over at Honest Trailers. Picking up on the fact that it took just six weeks to write – and then went through multiple cuts – this is brutal business. Jared Leto in making ‘the Joker totally suck’, comes in for some particularly harsh criticism, including his off-screen method acting for a role which barely figures in the final movie. ...
The marketing campaigns for ‘Deadpool’ and ‘Suicide Squad’ were among the big winners at the Clio Key Art awards last night in Los Angeles. ‘Deadpool’ was named as best Theatrical: Integrated Campaign, with its iconic emoji poster winning the Clio Grand Prize for best billboard advert. ‘Suicide Squad’s garish poster campaign also won a handful of Gold Prizes too. Here’s a selection of 2016’s best movie posters, according to the 2016 Clio Key Art Awards .
Of the many possible permutations of Suicide Squad, will we only get one? Empire has an illuminating feature with writer-director David Ayer, where among other things (such as the backstory of The Joker’s “Damaged” tattoo), he suggests that the cut of Suicide Squad currently playing in theaters is the only cut that will see the light of day. Sources previously told The Hollywood Reporter that the film’s challenging production and worries from studio Warner Bros. resulted in multiple, competing cuts of the film.
A good trailer can be worth its weight in gold to a studio, and it can also be more trouble than you might expect. Just ask Suicide Squad’s David Ayer, who according to industry reports was sidelined during editing of the poorly-reviewed supervillain smackdown in favour of a cut made by the company behind the film’s high-octane, Queen and The Sweet-soundtracked promos.