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Get A New Look At Harley Quinn In Her Alternate Costume In This Latest SUICIDE SQUAD Image By now we're well used to Margot Robbie tearing it up as Harley Quinn in her sequenced shorts and "Daddy's Lil Monster" t-shirt, but at some point in Suicide Squad we will also see her in the gold and black outfit below. Previous teasers have confirmed that this will most likely be her flashback ensemble, as she's glimpsed in in alongside The Joker as he conducts some business with Monster T. Harley has been depicted in a wide variety of costumes over the years, and we already know there'll also be a nod to her classic jester gear - could we see her don yet another

Relive The Jaw-Dropping First Trailer For JUSTICE LEAGUE With Over 60 HD Screen Grabs There's no denying that the first trailer for Zack Snyder's Justice League was awesome, and not only were we able to see Batman (Ben Affleck) attempt to Unite The Seven, but we also got a glimpse at some of the heroes in action. The trailer showcases The Flash's (Ezra Miller) abilities throughout, and it's safe to say that the Scarlet Speedster is definitely bringing in some much-needed levity to the film. However, the trailer doesn't stop there.

WONDER WOMAN Trailer - Ten Things You Missed   Check out all the Easter Eggs, References, Things Missed, as well as a closer look at all the main players from the first Wonder Woman trailer debuted at Comic Con 2016. And be sure to subscribe to Mr Sunday's YouTube channel, youtube.com/mrsundaymovies. If you want.  No pressure.  

Reshape Reality in the First Official Trailer for Doctor Strange Marvel had a few things to show at Comic-Con too, one of them being this first official trailer for Doctor Strange. It’s pretty crazy, as you’d expect. “Marvel’s Doctor Strange follows the story of the talented neurosurgeon Doctor Stephen Strange who, after a tragic car accident, must put ego aside and learn the secrets of a hidden […] Read Reshape Reality in the First Official Trailer for Doctor Strange on Filmonic.

21 New 'Suicide Squad' Photos Released at Comic-Con With Suicide Squad only a few weeks away, Warner Bros. and DC Films knew they didn’t need to go big at Comic-Con International this year, only nudge us just a little bit more in the right direction. To that end, their big reveals weren’t new so much as improved: a new trailer cut to emphasize the film’s soundtrack and a new batch of publicity photos showing off the film’s key characters. Continue reading…

WATCH: 'Black Panther' director on representation in superhero movies Ryan Coogler describes his vision of Wakanda

Wonder Woman Trailer 1 Runtime Revealed The DC Extended Universe is now in full swing, and fans couldn’t be more excited for what the future has in store. Of course, Suicide Squad is poised to become the breakout movie of the summer, but the franchise’s 2017 offerings are going to be a treat as well.

First ‘Wonder Woman’ Poster Shows the Superhero’s True Colors The Warner Bros. Pictures panel at Comic-Con isn’t happening until Saturday morning into the afternoon, but that doesn’t mean the studio still doesn’t have some reveals they can dish out beforehand. Today the studio unveiled the first official teaser poster for Wonder Woman, the superhero’s first solo big screen adventure following her debut in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice earlier this year.

Joe Quesada Says IRON FIST Has More Villains Than Any Other Netflix Marvel Show In a new interview with IGN, Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada touched on his work on the Marvel TV shows and revealed something particularly interesting regarding the company's upcoming Iron Fist collaboration with Netflix. "The cast is amazing. Another show that will be completely different from Luke, Jessica and Daredevil. That's really our goal. We're trying to offer four shows, that live in the same universe but offer fans a completely different look. Martial arts will play a huge part in Iron Fist.

Gal Gadot on 'Wonder Woman' director: 'working with a woman is a different experience' Warner Bros. hiring a woman to direct their live-action Wonder Woman film was a relief to many. While anyone can direct any film, the lack of female directors on big budget Hollywood films is disheartening so putting a woman in charge of this specific character was important. Turns out, actor Gal Gadot feels the same way.http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/harpy

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