According to The Wrap, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Black Adam will be a villain in Suicide Squad 2. The site says that the plot involves the team tracking down a weapon of mass destruction, which just happens to be Black Adam himself. That’s pretty surprising news, although The Rock did hint at a surprise earlier […]
“A lot of moving parts, we’ll see what happens,” Leto replied. “I think Gavin is incredibly talented, he seems to be the perfect director for Suicide Squad 2. I think he’s a really gifted filmmaker and I really love his work.”
Has Suicide Squad 2 finally found its director? According to Variety, The Accountant director Gavin O’Connor will write Suicide Squad 2, and The Hollywood Reporter says that he’ll direct the movie as well.
Variety’s Justin Kroll’s sources say that Suicide Squad 2 won’t go into production until the fall of 2018, at the earliest. The reason? Will Smith will be busy with Disney’s Aladdin (he’s playing the Genie) and another movie called Gemini Man.
Jaume Collet-Serra was Warner Bros.’ top choice for the Suicide Squad sequel, after script and production delays forced their original choice, Mel Gibson, to move on. Deadline reports that Collet-Serra has decided to pass on Suicide Squad 2 in order to direct Disney’s Jungle Cruise, which stars The Rock.
Delevingne said that she’s “pretty sure” she won’t be back as Enchantress for the Suicide Squad sequel, adding “it was a life-changing experience and of course I’d do another one, but I don’t think it would make sense for the character.”
The latest comes from Suicide Squad cinematographer Roman Vasyanov, who shared a brand new look at Leto’s Joker today on Instagram. Judging by his dirty face, this shot is clearly from one of the deleted Joker scenes that takes place after he was blown up in the helicopter while trying to rescue Harley Quinn. Parts […]
Jaume Collet-Serra is Warner Bros.’ top choice to direct Suicide Squad 2, Deadline is reporting. Collet-Serra was rumored as a possible contender earlier this year.
In an interview with NZ Herald News last week, Ike Barinholtz, who played the prison guard Griggs in Suicide Squad, recalled an awkward day on set with Jared Leto when he groped him and kissed him on the mouth during a scene.
“I quite fancy doing Suicide Squad 2, because I thought I could do a good job with it. I can’t do it because I’m doing something else,” Ritchie said. “But I’ve felt I could really do something with that.”
Jared Leto himself caught wind of these photos, and decided to share one on his social media accounts. We see The Joker with his hands on Batman, and a knife at this throat! 💚 pic.twitter.com/C95oLJfZEF — JARED LETO (@JaredLeto) April 24, 2017
“I really like all the Warner Bros. movies,” Pratt said. “I think they’re really cool and I’m not a real tough critic on those movies. But one of the flaws might have been they were introducing too many characters in Suicide Squad. They spent 10 minutes telling us why should we care about these characters, […]
Andy DiGenova co-hosts the Batman News podcast (don’t worry, it’s coming back soon!), but he also hosts his own podcast called Holy BatCast. This week Richard Cetrone, Ben Affleck’s Batman stunt double, was a guest on the show, and told lots of cool stories from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad.
Leto took to Twitter this afternoon to thank MTV for the nomination in the best way possible… as The Joker! He put a slight twist on one of his lines from Suicide Squad. Check it out below: "Oh, the fire of my loins. The itch in my crotch. The one, the only, the infamous MTV […]
Suicide Squad was a massive hit. Not just at the box office, but musically as well. The soundtrack went gold, and there were four major singles and music videos released. Atlantic Records EVP Kevin Weaver boasted about the movie’s successful music on Instagram today.
Reporter Jeff Sneider is hearing that Jaume Collet-Serra is also in the mix as a possible Suicide Squad 2 director. He’s done a majority of his movies at Warner Bros., including 2015’s Run All Night starring Liam Neeson.