Jai Courtney Talks Suicide Squad, Ignoring Hate, and Marvel v. DC

Jai Courtney Talks Suicide Squad, Ignoring Hate, and Marvel v. DC

Two days ago, Batman-News reported on Jai Courtney‘s appearance on MTV podcast “Happy, Sad, Confused!”  In this podcast, Courtney discusses his role in Suicide Squad, the critical backlash, and the differences between Marvel and DC in superhero movies. The relevant portion of the interview: JOSH HOROWITZ: Uh, post mortem on Suicide Squad.  So, what’s, what’s your sense, were you surprised by the reaction, by how divisive it was?  […] It seemed like the fanboys in particular…

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SUICIDE SQUAD officially rated PG-13

SUICIDE SQUAD officially rated PG-13

Following the success of Deadpool, rumours began circulating that other films would be aiming to capitalise on the same audience that seemingly longed for a R-rated comic book film. In the months following its release, Deadpool had broken almost every record imaginable for R-rating films, so it wasn’t surprising when it was announced that the final Wolverine film would aim for a R-rating. However what caused the rumour mill to run amok was the announcement that there would be a special R-rated…

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Suicide Squad Reportedly Undergoing Reshoots to Add in More Humor

Suicide Squad Reportedly Undergoing Reshoots to Add in More Humor

One of the most common complaints from critics of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is that the film is incredibly dark and lacks humor. Whether or not if you agree with those opinions from the critics, it sounds like Warner Bros may be trying to remedy that complaint by making their next DC film Suicide Squad, a little bit more light-hearted. According to birthmoviesdeath.com, Warner Bros is supposedly spending “tens of millions of dollars” to reshoot the movie…

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Suicide Squad Sequel Reportedly Already in The Works

Suicide Squad Sequel Reportedly Already in The Works

According to a report that was buried at the bottom of a story on TheWrap, Warner Bros is already working on a plan for a possible Suicide Squad sequel. The site reports that the upcoming police thriller Bright, staring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton, will be directed by David Ayer who along with Smith, are going to slip this movie into their schedules before a planned 2017 shoot for a sequel to DC’s supervillain film Suicide Squad. Not much else is known about Bright aside that the script is from Max Landis,…

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New ‘Suicide Squad’ trailer is cinematic lunacy at its finest

New ‘Suicide Squad’ trailer is cinematic lunacy at its finest

Earlier this week, a slew of new posters for the up-coming Suicide Squad movie were released. The posters gave a brief insight into the mentality of the characters set to appear on the big screen come August 5th. To further the film’s momentum, Warner Brothers has released a new trailer, showing the lunacy our merry band of lost souls are set to offer in their cinematic debut. Warner Brothers is hoping that 2016 will revive their DC…

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