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Suicide Squad: New Concept Art Reveals That The Joker Stole Batman’s Ride? Suicide Squad was quite the polarizing and interesting project to follow last year. More than any other film in the DC Extended Universe thus far, it felt like a scattered and disparate experience. That’s not entirely a coincidence, of course. Since the film’s release, there have been tons of stories surrounding what’s ended up on the cutting room floor.

If Deadpool Starred in Classic Disney Scenes For years, comic book fans everywhere begged and pleaded with 20th Century Fox to make a Deadpool movie that did the character justice. It looked like the studio was going to do just that initially with the release of X-Men Origins: Wolverine in 2009 and the casting of Ryan Reynolds as the beloved character. Unfortunately, fans know what a disaster that version of the character wound up being, and it was another seven years before the character got a second chance at silver screen stardom, once again played by Reynolds.

Like Ant-Man and Guardians of the Galaxy before it, Doctor Strange was one of those movies that could revealed itself as the chink in the proverbial Marvel Studios armor. It was a property few mainstream audiences knew about, and it also threatened to tear down the very logic on which the Marvel Cinematic Universe was grounded in. Could they manage to incorporate magic and sorcery into this world with the likes of Iron Man, Captain America, and Thor without breaking it completely?

Deadpool 2: Russell Crowe May Be Interested in Playing Cable Scenes during and after the credits have become a regular thing in comic book movies. Some of them have simply been a bit of humor, such as the schwarma eating scene in The Avengers or dancing Baby Groot in Guardians of the Galaxy. Meanwhile, 20th Century Fox’s mutant universe has utilized post-credits scenes to set up the next movie on the studio’s X-Men slate – such as the introduction of En Sabah Nur in the after credits scene of X-Men: Days of Future Past, setting the stage for X-Men: Apocalypse. Deadpool of course had to do things its own way.

Deadpool 2 Enlists Former Daredevil Showrunner to Help Finish Script Drew Goddard has stepped in to help Paul Wernick, Rhett Reese and Ryan Reynolds finish the script for Deadpool 2.

Deadpool 2: Potential Starting Shoot Date, What Does This Mean For Its Release Date? Despite the crazy success that Deadpool was in the theaters — making over $750 million in its $58 million budget — Deadpool 2 didn’t get off to the most auspicious of starts. You’d expect that, on the heels of such an overwhelmingly positive response, the filmmakers would be holding hands and skipping through the daisies.

Wonder Woman Images: Behind the Scenes of Diana’s Big Adventure DC and Warner Bros. are making the final marketing push for Wonder Woman ahead of its June 2 release date. The final trailer for the Patty Jenkins-directed film is expected to drop soon and details about the movie’s villain, which remain scarce, continue to trickle out.

Harry Potter’s David Thewlis Rumored For Wonder Woman’s Ares We’ve known for some time that David Thewlis has a role in Wonder Woman, and we’ve also known that Ares is the villain of the film. Perhaps because new information has surfaced, or perhaps just due to process of elimination, Thewlis is now rumored to play Ares in the film. The rumor comes from Batman news themed Batman news site, who have stepped out of their comfort zone to report on a non-Batman movie. The site claims that “multiple sources” tell them Thewlis will play the Greek god of war.

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