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‘The Suicide Squad’ Character King Shark Was Harder to Create Than Rocket or Groot, Says James Gunn

In Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy franchise, director James Gunn made us fall in love with a big talking tree with limited vocabulary and a bitter anthropomorphic raccoon with a penchant for bursts of rage and stealing people’s prosthetic body parts. That’s no easy feat, but it turns out the most difficult walking-talking animal character the filmmaker had to deal with came from the upcoming DC Comics movie The Suicide Squad. Sylvester Stallone is lending his voice to a big, dumb, flesh-hungr...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Dc Comics, Sequels, Suicide Squad, Sylvester-Stallone, James Gunn, Warner Brothers, Gunn, Comic Book/Superhero, The Suicide Squad, King Shark, Rocket Raccoon for Marvel Studios GamesRadar, Suicide Squad King Shark


‘The Flash’ Director Reveals First Look at Supergirl’s Costume

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s our first look at Supergirl’s costume in The Flash. Latina actress Sasha Calle is set to make her debut as the DC Extended Universe’s Girl of Steel in the Ezra Miller-led solo film, but we won’t see her in the full get-up just yet. For now, it’s just a look at part of the Supergirl costume, courtesy of The Flash director Andy Muschietti. Supergirl Costume First Look Andy Muschietti, who directs Ezra Miller’s solo superhero outing with the upcoming The Flash...
Tags: Images, Movies, Sequels, Flash, Justice League, Batman, Henry Cavill, Barry, Michael Keaton, Warner Brothers, Supergirl, Ezra Miller, Kiersey Clemons, Calle, Keaton, Zack Snyder


James Gunn Answers the Most Important Question: Does ‘The Suicide Squad’ Have a Post-Credits Scene?

The most important question anyone can ask about a film right now is, “Does it have a post-credits scene?” Who cares about themes, or story, or cinematography? We only want to know if there will be a post-credits scene to set up the next movie, damn it! And then we want to know if that next movie will have a post-credits scene, too! “Engage with art”? No thanks! Give us post-credits scene info. For instance: The Suicide Squad is opening this summer, and the number one question on everyone’s min...
Tags: Viola Davis, Movies, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Idris Elba, Peter Capaldi, Sylvester Stallone, James Gunn, Richard, Margot Robbie, Warner Brothers, Pete Davidson, Boomerang, Martin Scorsese, John Cena, Jai Courtney


New ‘The Suicide Squad’ Images Show Off James Gunn’s “War-Caper” Supervillain Movie

We don’t have to wait much longer to see James Gunn‘s new DC Comics movie The Suicide Squad. The big blockbuster sequel/reboot will arrive in theaters and on HBO Max in August and if you’re wondering how this movie may stand out from the previous and much-maligned film, James Gunn has the perfect way to describe the movie: “It’s a war-caper movie with shitty supervillains.” Get a look at a couple new The Suicide Squad images below. Bad Guys Doing Some Good The Suicide Squad has been brand...
Tags: Images, Hbo, Movies, United States, Sequels, Suicide Squad, Idris-Elba, James Gunn, Warner Brothers, John-Cena, Kelly, Elba, Gunn, Cena, Sean Gunn, Comic Book/Superhero


‘The Suicide Squad’ is “Neither a Sequel Nor a Reboot,” According to John Cena

The Suicide Squad is James Gunn‘s follow-up to David Ayer’s 2016 superhero movie Suicide Squad. But is it a sequel? A reboot? Or something else entirely? The Suicide Squad star John Cena, who is soon set to star in his own HBO Max spin-off series based on his Peacemaker character, has a really vague answer to those questions. In an interview with The Observer, Cena spoke about where The Suicide Squad actually fits in the messed-up DC Extended Universe timeline. And…he doesn’t really have a c...
Tags: Hbo, Viola Davis, Movies, US, Sequels, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Sylvester Stallone, James Gunn, Warner Brothers, James, John-Cena, David Ayer, Gunn, Waller, Cena


‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ Soundtrack Details Revealed, Quad City DJ’s Are Nowhere to Be Found

When Space Jam hit the big screen back in 1996, it came with an impressive soundtrack that spawned a handful of hit singles. Among them were R. Kelly’s “I Believe I Can Fly” and Seal’s cover of “Fly Like an Eagle.” But nothing tops the movie’s theme song performed by the Quad City DJ’s, who made it big with their single “C’mon N’ Ride It (The Train).” Unfortunately, it doesn’t sound like they were asked back to create a new theme for the Space Jam: A New Legacy soundtrack, which just revealed t...
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Lin-Manuel Miranda Responds to ‘In the Heights’ Colorism Criticism: “I’m Truly Sorry”

Lin-Manuel Miranda, who created and starred in the stage musical of In the Heights, has responded to the criticisms of colorism in the feature film directed by Jon M. Chu. The criticism had been brewing over the past week on Twitter, after an interview with the cast and crew pointed out the lack of Afro-Latino actors in the film, despite being set in the famously diverse New York neighborhood of Washington Heights. Miranda issued an apology over the “hurt and frustration” caused by this erasure...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, New York City, Stage, Musical, Miranda, Warner Brothers, Leon, Lin Manuel Miranda, Vanessa, Chu, Corey Hawkins, Nina, Jon M Chu, In The Heights


Dune: Release Date, Cast and More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) This fall, Denis Villeneuve‘s star-studded adaptation of Frank Herbert’s sprawling sci-fi epic Dune will be unleashed on the world. A notoriously tricky story to adapt (just ask David Lynch), Villeneuve’s Dune is bound to be an event film – although it might go the way of Villeneuve’s excellent Blade Runner 2049, and underperform...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Sci-fi, Syfy, Idaho, Adaptation, Josh Brolin, Warner Bros, Paul Lambert, Oscar Isaac, Ridley Scott, Rebecca Ferguson, David Lynch, Jason Momoa, Charlotte Rampling, Warner Brothers


‘The Flash’ Director Teases New Costume With a Revised Lightning Logo

Production on The Flash is currently underway in the U.K. It’s the first solo adventure for Ezra Miller as the Scarlet Speedster, and he’ll have some exciting company with him in the form of Michael Keaton returning as Tim Burton’s version of Batman. Director Andy Muschietti recently teased The Dark Knight’s suit from the set of the DC Comics movie, and now he’s given the Crimson Comet the same courtesy, revealing a tease of the Flash movie costume, including a revised lightning logo. The F...
Tags: London, Movies, Instagram, Tim Burton, Sequels, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Michael Keaton, Warner Brothers, Ezra Miller, Barry Allen, Comic Book/Superhero, The-Flash, Andy Muschietti


‘Teen Titans GO! See Space Jam’ Trailer: DC’s Young Superheroes Provide Commentary on the 1996 Hit

Space Jam: A New Legacy is coming to theaters and HBO Max next month. Before the sequel arrives, Warner Bros. Pictures wants catch up the new generation of cartoon fans on the original Space Jam from 1996, starring Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny. Warner Bros. is teaming up with Cartoon Network for the ultimate exercise of synergy: Teen Titans GO! See Space Jam. The characters of DC’s animated Teen Titans GO! series will sit down to watch Space Jam in a new animated movie featuring the return of ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Sports, Animation, Michael Jordan, Bill Murray, Dc, Cartoon Network, Warner Brothers, Robin, Jam, Warner Bros Pictures, Space-Jam, Teen Titans, Warner Bros Home Entertainment, Teen Titans Go


‘Aquaman’ Sequel Titled ‘Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom’ – Here’s What That Could Mean

Aquaman 2 won’t be called Aquaman 2.. Director James Wan, returning to helm the sequel to the hit 2018 DC superhero film starring Jason Momoa, has revealed the official title as the film heads into production: Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. Aquaman 2 Title Wan revealed the Aquaman 2 title to be Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, sharing the title in an Instagram picture with the caption, “The tide is rising.” The image displayed Wan’s computer screen, which revealed that he was in a production ...
Tags: Movies, Kingdom, Earth, Sequels, Justice League, Aquaman, Jason Momoa, Warner Brothers, Mariana Trench, Sahara Desert, Atlantis, Arthur, Dolph Lundgren, Mongo, Peter Safran, Comic Book/Superhero


‘The Secret History of Hollywood’ Podcast is Becoming a Movie – Here’s Why This is Cool News

I stumbled across Adam Roche‘s The Secret History of Hollywood podcast back in 2017, and it quickly became one of my favorite podcasts of all time. Roche has explored different Hollywood figures over the course of multiple seasons, painting incredibly vivid pictures of people like Alfred Hitchcock, Cary Grant, James Cagney, and more through highly entertaining, immersive narrative episodes which are all heavily researched and wonderfully performed. Roche writes, narrates, and produces each of t...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Drama, Cary Grant, America, Adaptation, Sherlock Holmes, Audrey Hepburn, Alfred Hitchcock, Warner Brothers, True Story, Walt Disney, Laeta Kalogridis, Kalogridis, Roche


The War of the Rohirrim: The New ‘Lord of the Rings’ Movie Explained

“The horn of Helm Hammerhand will sound in the deep one last time,” King Theoden of Rohan ominously spoke during the climax of The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. And we’ll finally know the meaning of that prophecy with New Line and Warner Bros. Animation’s upcoming animated film The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim, which will tell the story behind the fortress of Helm’s Deep. But who are the Rohirrim? What was the war they fought? And what kind of name is Helm Hammerhand? Thanks ...
Tags: Movies, Fantasy, Features, Britain, New Line, Anime, Peter Jackson, Tolkien, Beowulf, Warner Brothers, Anglo Saxon, J R R Tolkien, Rohan, Gandalf, Aragorn, Helm


‘The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim’ Anime Film Will Be a Companion Piece to the ‘Lord of the Rings’ Trilogy

The Lord of the Rings saga will continue with the standalone anime film The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim. New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Animation are teaming for the new feature, which explores the untold story behind the fortress of Helm’s Deep. The film will also be a companion piece to New Line’s Lord of the Rings trilogy from director Peter Jackson. The Lord of the Rings trilogy is a monumental achievement in cinema – a sweeping, truly epic saga that won oodles of Oscars...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Fantasy, Animation, New Line, Anime, Peter Jackson, Shell, Warner Brothers, J R R Tolkien, Warner Bros Pictures, Rohan, Warner Bros Animation, Sam Register, Philippa Boyens, The-Lord-of-the-Rings


Cool Stuff: McFarlane Toys Reveals 1966 ‘Batman’ Playset, Action Figures, and Batmobile

McFarlane Toys has been churning out tons of action figures inspired by the DC Comics Multiverse, ranging from characters inspired by feature films to animated shows and everything in between. Now the toy company is digging back into the Batman television series from 1966 to deliver a new wave of action figures, as well as a Batcave playset and classic Batmobile. Check out the new line of McFarlane Toys 1966 Batman action figures. McFarlane Toys 1966 Batman Action Figures, Playset, and Batmo...
Tags: Collectibles, Comic Book/Superhero, Cool Stuff, Television, Toys, Warner Brothers, Adam West, Batman, Batman '66, Burt Ward, McFarlane Toys


‘In the Heights’ Screenwriter Quiara Alegría Hudes on Killing Her Darlings and Fighting to Ensure Authenticity [Interview]

Long before Quiara Alegría Hudes wrote the screenplay for the new movie musical In the Heights, she wrote the book for…well, the stage musical In the Heights, sharing duties with songwriter Lin-Manuel Miranda. But a lot happened between those projects. She’s kept busy. She’s written more plays, more musicals. She wrote a children’s book. She won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for her play Water by the Spoonful. Not asking her back to shepherd her Tony Award-winning Broadway musical about lif...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Stanford, Earth, Features, Chicago, Broadway, Musical, Warner Brothers, Washington Heights, Jon, Marc Anthony, Lin Manuel Miranda, Nina, Fort Washington, Chris Scott


‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ Trailer Breakdown: A Closer Look at Those Countless Film & TV Easter Eggs

Warner Bros. released a second Space Jam: A New Legacy trailer earlier today, and you know what that means: it’s time for us to comb through it for easter eggs, references, callbacks, and everything else you may have missed on first watch. Space Jam: A New Legacy Easter Eggs After LeBron James is sucked into the Warner 3000 Entertainment “Server-Verse,” sent to “Tune World,” and turned into a cartoon, he encounters Bugs Bunny and gives him a hug. But the initial joy on cartoon LeBron’s fa...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Jack Nicholson, Features, Lebron James, Warner, Warner Bros, Easter Eggs, Warner Brothers, Humphrey Bogart, Danny DeVito, Don Cheadle, Mad Max, Rosie, Hogwarts, King Kong


The Suicide Squad: Release Date, Plot, and More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) Director James Gunn jumps from the Marvel Cinematic Universe to DC with The Suicide Squad, a sequel to David Ayer’s much-loathed Suicide Squad. While Gunn has brought several of the cast members from the first film back, The Suicide Squad feels like a fresh start. Here’s everything you need to know about The Suicide Squad before ...
Tags: Viola Davis, Movies, US, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Idris Elba, Peter Capaldi, Sylvester Stallone, James Gunn, Margot Robbie, Warner Brothers, Pete Davidson, John Cena, David Ayer, Jai Courtney, Gunn


‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ Trailer: Come on and Slam Again, This Time in the Virtual World

Ready player…jam! A new Space Jam: A New Legacy trailer has been released, and it’s pitting the Tune Squad against the Goon Squad in the highly anticipated sequel to the beloved 1996 live-action/animation hybrid film, Space Jam. But this time, current NBA legend LeBron James lends the Looney Tunes a helping hand, while they aid him in his rescue mission for his son from an evil AI. Watch the new Space Jam: A New Legacy trailer below. Space Jam A New Legacy Trailer Nostalgia is king, and...
Tags: Movies, Sports, Animation, Sequels, Nba, Lebron James, Warner, Movie Trailers, Ryan Coogler, Warner Brothers, Don Cheadle, James, Maverick Carter, Dom, LeBron, Goon Squad


Why You Should See ‘In the Heights’ in a Theater, According to the Director and Writer

It’s been roughly 15 months since the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic hit and we were last able to see movies safely in theaters. Some moviegoers have already started braving the cinemas in recent months to get that long-missed big-screen screen experience. But others have reasonably been cautious about going to the movie theater, either because of crowds or lack of vaccinations. But both In the Heights director Jon M. Chu and screenwriter Quiara Alegría Hudes want to tell moviegoers that their...
Tags: Movies, Chicago, Broadway, Exhibition, Musical, Warner Brothers, Marc Anthony, Chu, Great White Way, Jon M. Chu, Quiara Alegria Hudes, Hudes, Jacob Hall, In The Heights, HBO Max, Latinidad Latin America Hudes


How ‘In the Heights’ Director Jon M. Chu Made the Movie Musical Event of the Summer [Interview]

The only thing more energetic than the new musical In the Heights is the man who directed it. Jon M. Chu has made a career out of creating high energy movies like Step Up 2: The Streets, G.I. Joe: Retaliation, and Crazy Rich Asians, but his particular skill set feels so perfectly in line with this latest project. His film adaptation of the Tony Award-winning musical about the hopes and dreams of the denizens of Washington Heights in New York City is a big movie: big on romance, big on drama, bi...
Tags: New York, Movies, Interviews, China, New York City, Features, Musical, St Louis, Warner Brothers, Alice, Chris, Bay, Washington Heights, Vanessa, Chu, Olga


DC’s ‘Blue Beetle’ Movie Might Be Heading Straight to HBO Max

Warner Bros. might be sending Blue Beetle straight to streaming. The Latino-led superhero movie will reportedly join Batgirl as an HBO Max release, per a new report, which means two of Warner’s minority-led DC Comics releases might skip theaters altogether. Buried in a report from the Los Angeles Times on the state of Warner Bros. amid the looming Discovery merger was the news that the Blue Beetle movie release has been set for an HBO Max debut. Here is the line in the report: Additionally, ...
Tags: Movies, Dc Comics, Batgirl, Batman, Warner, Warner Bros, Los Angeles Times, Warner Brothers, Adil El Arbi, Comic Book/Superhero, DC Warner Bros, Blue Beetle, WarnerMedia, HBO Max, Charm City Kings, Angel Manuel Soto


‘DC League of Super-Pets’ Teaser Introduces the Super Voice Cast, Including Kevin Hart as Ace the Bat-Hound

DC Comics has produced a wide variety of animated movies featuring their iconic superheroes and villains. But only every now and then does one of those animated comic book productions make it to theaters. Next year, we’ll get to see a team of DC Comics superheroes make their debut on the big screen, including a couple very good boys. DC League of Super-Pets will give the superpowered pets of Superman, Batman, and other DC Comics heroes the spotlight with their own animated movie. Dwayne Johnson...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Dwayne-Johnson, Superman, Dc Comics, Animation, Batman, Kevin-Hart, Natasha Lyonne, Vanessa Bayer, Keanu-Reeves, Warner Brothers, Sam Levine, Nicholas Stoller, Levine, Diego Luna


Everybody Get Up, It’s Time to Slam Now With a ‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ Poster Ahead of Tomorrow’s New Trailer

I don’t want to alarm you, but we got a real jam goin’ down. There comes a time in everyone’s life where they must get hyped and say “Hoop there it is,” and that time is now. Because there’s a new Space Jam: A New Legacy poster for you to marvel at. Print it out and hang it up in your locker. Save it to your computer desktop. Screenshot it on your phone. Do whatever it is you do when a new Space Jam: A New Legacy poster comes along. And then bellow at the top of your lungs, “C’mon and slam, and...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Michael Jordan, Stanley Kubrick, Jordan, Lebron James, Poster, Warner Brothers, Don Cheadle, Jam, Barry Lyndon, Dom, LeBron, Hoop, King James, Tim Burton Batman


‘In the Heights’ Trailer: Oprah Winfrey, Dwayne Johnson, Hugh Jackman & More Praise the Movie Musical

When a movie gets close to hitting the big screen, movie studios often like to use marketing with testimonials from real people who have seen early screenings of the film. However, since studios aren’t quite back to normal when it comes to their pre-release marketing routines, the new In the Heights trailer relies on testimonials from big name celebrities. The likes of Oprah Winfrey and Dwayne Johnson took the time to praise the movie musical from director Jon M. Chu and Broadway show creator L...
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‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ Gets the ’30 for 30′ ESPN Documentary Treatment

Even Looney Tunes deserve the sleek 30 for 30 documentary treatment from ESPN. The sports network has dropped a fun featurette ahead of the release of Space Jam: A New Legacy in the style of its acclaimed documentary series 30 for 30, which highlight famous athletes’ careers and legacies. Those documentaries are thorough and well-researched, featuring interviews with people who were present for amazing events and incredible archival footage. And now, we have a Space Jam: A New Legacy 30 for 30 ...
Tags: Movies, Sports, Animation, Sequels, Espn, Lebron James, Warner Brothers, Don Cheadle, James, Dom, 30 For 30, Goon Squad, Tune Squad, Space Jam 2, Lola Bunny, HBO Max


‘No Sudden Move’ Trailer: Steven Soderbergh Returns to the Heist Movie With a Criminally Good Cast

Every time director Steven Soderbergh returns to the heist genre, we get a banger — the Ocean’s movies, Logan Lucky — and No Sudden Move looks to be another good one. With a killer cast that includes Don Cheadle, Benicio del Toro, Jon Hamm, David Harbour, Ray Liotta, Kieran Culkin, and Julia Fox, how could it not be? Watch the No Sudden Move trailer below. No Sudden Move Trailer Don Cheadle stars in No Sudden Move as a member of a group of small-time criminals who get roped into a schem...
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Watch (and Sing Along to) the First Eight Minutes of ‘In the Heights’

The summer heat has finally descended after a weird cold snap (at least in New York City), and it’s just in time for the release of In the Heights, which comes out this weekend. Warner Bros. has enthusiastically rolled out the red carpet for the musical movie event of the summer, releasing the first eight minutes of the movie. That contains the entirety of the opening number which is named, you guessed it, “In the Heights.” Watch (and sing and dance to) the In the Heights opening below. In ...
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‘The Matrix 4’ Reunites ‘Speed Racer’ Co-Star Christina Ricci with Director Lana Wachowski

The Matrix 4 is coming to theaters and HBO Max this winter, but we barely know anything about it, and that includes the official title for the sci-fi action sequel. However, thanks to an update to the press kit by Warner Bros. Pictures, we now know about an additional cast member that we hadn’t heard until now. After co-starring in Lana & Lilly Wachowski’s big screen adaptation of Speed Racer, actress Christina Ricci will reunite with the former of the filmmaking duo by taking a role in The Mat...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Sci-fi, Sequels, Showtime, Christina-Ricci, Neil Patrick Harris, Warner Brothers, Jada Pinkett Smith, Warner Bros Pictures, Wachowskis, Lana Wachowski, Action/Adventure, Lilly Wachowski, Daniel Bernhardt, The Matrix 4


‘Emergency Contact’, a High-Octane Action Film, to Star Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Be Produced By Dwayne Johnson

Looks like Dwayne Johnson needs to update his personal information and write down a new name as his emergency contact: Watchmen and Aquaman actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II. Johnson and his frequent collaborator Beau Flynn have teamed up to produce a high-octane action movie called Emergency Contact, which has Abdul-Mateen II on board as an executive producer and the film’s star. Details are being kept under wraps for now, but the film is described as “a high-concept, high-octane action film set in ...
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