More Suicide Squad content, yaayyy... A film about DC Comics villains The Joker and Harley Quinn is in development, starring Jared Leto and Margot Robbie.
Why does this man continue to find work?
Just as no one requested, the filmmakers behind Suicide Squad will release an extended cut of the most unexceptional superhero film of the summer.
Tragic reviews aside, the DC Comics film Suicide Squad broke an opening weekend record and pulled in decent box office numbers, which means people are down to see presumably sucky movies. This bodes well for the DC universe even though, as Time Warner’s CEO hinted at recently, DC films have been pretty bad so far.
The excellent Viola Davis won an Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Emmy in 2015 for her role as Annalise Keating on How to Get Away With Murder, and was nominated this year as well, though Tatiana Maslany ultimately won.
Give it about 25 minutes into Suicide Squad, with its heavy-handed soundtrack and 400 over-stylized fonts meant as a shortcut to introduce you to to its 62 main characters. It’s about then that you’ll realize you’re basically watching someone else play video games. I’m gonna use the trope that it’s a boyfriend,…
I’m seeing Suicide Squad tomorrow. I’ve read every review about how horrific and misogynistic it is and yet I am still pumped to see it, especially after watching this absurd and hilarious video featuring Rick Ross and Skrillex driving around on hydraulics and Jared Leto opening his mouth a bunch.
Suicide Squad, the anti-superhero movie about a bunch of psychopathic bad guys who have to save the day, hits theaters after what feels like a decade-long promotional cycle on Friday, and the reviews have finally begun popping up online. The Warner Brothers tentpole (which stars, among countless others, Margot Robbie,…
Suicide Squad, the forthcoming summer comics blockbuster that’s about, like, “alternative” comic antiheroes but looks a trillion times better than the self-satisfied frat-bro festival that was Deadpool (I fucking hated Deadpool), debuted in New York City last night!
While at the movies this weekend, I saw the new trailer for Bridget Jones’s Baby and thought, “Wow, the song in this trailer is successfully masking just how bleak and unfunny the lives of Bridget and Mark have gotten over the past 15 years!”
Cara Delevingne and Margot Robbie are starring together in next month’s summer blockbuster Suicide Squad, a wacky caper in which a goth lit major and an Insane Clown Posse devotee get together to fix Jared Leto’s hair crisis. Love magazine—the British fashion rag you love to buy at the newsstand for $17—got them both…
Celebrity profiles must somehow convey the legitimacy of their star power, some undeniable quality that explains their image over-saturating our screens. With women, that quality is generally defined by sex appeal, and that sex appeal is generally written about by men.
Academy Award-winning actor (TM) Jared Leto was, perhaps, tired of the Jesus memes about his facial hair and luxurious mane, but he's been warning us this day would come. On Oscar night, he told Entertainment Tonight, "This is the last night you'll see me with long hair. This is my going away party for my hair."