When Will Smith picked up Deadshot’s rifle in the DC supervillain movie Suicide Squad, it meant turning down a role Independence Day: Resurgence, the sequel to the alien action flick that helped propel him to stardom two decades ago.
How did he choose between the films? The star of the upcoming drama Collateral Beauty explained his decision during an interview at Facebook Headquarters on Thursday, saying he wants to “boldly go to new creation.”
The swaggering, tough-talking antiheroes of Suicide Squad get a taste of their own medicine in a new Honest Trailer.
The latest installment of Screen Junkies’ delightfully nitpicky web series makes the case that the self-described “worst heroes ever” are actually … not very good heroes.
The 2017 Oscars race continues to take shape, and for visual effects, the race is down to 20 contenders.
Turns out Jared Leto wasn’t the only Suicide Squad castmember pulling pranks on his co-workers. While Leto was busy sending used condoms and anal beads to Will Smith, his costar Jai Courtney was apparently busy running around naked. As he explained to Conan O’Brien on Conan Thursday night, Courtney was caught unawares by a visit from director David Ayer, and decided to roll with it.
Suicide Squad pulled in big money at the box office this the summer, but before the worst heroes ever stormed theaters, they faced off against another enemy: critics. David Ayer’s film was eviscerated in reviews, currently sitting at 26 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.
One of the most colorful subplots in Suicide Squad is the history of the relationship between Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) and The Joker (Jared Leto), and it gets even more play on the extended edition of the film.
Just like Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice before it, Suicide Squad will be getting an extended cut on its DVD release. Unlike Batman v Superman, though, which gained a whole extra half-hour on the “Ultimate Edition,” the Suicide Squad extended cut will just have 13 extra minutes of footage.
If you thought you heard the last of Suicide Squad, think again. With an extended edition of the DC film set to drop later this year, more new looks have emerged, this time of a behind-the-scenes shot of Joker quite literally hanging out on set.
The Suicide Squad are getting a second chance at redemption.
Just like the battling heroes of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, DC’s gang of baddies are getting an extended film cut. The official Suicide Squad Twitter shared a short teaser revealing the extra content to be packaged with the upcoming Blu-ray, DVD and digital download releases. Flashes of familiar scenes take over the screen, with a final moment of a pre-villainous Harley Quinn confronting a figure on a bike.
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