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David Ayer May Send The Suicide Squad Into Battle Fury director considering DC Entertainment filmHis current film follows the heroic, conflicted crew of a World War II tank. But for a potential new project, Fury director David Ayer could be focused more on villains. He’s considering directing an adaptation of DC's Suicide Squad for Warner Bros.The studio and its comics partner has had Justin Marks at work on a script for a couple of years now, quietly developing the idea, but going even quieter when the focus switched to the Justice League films.But with Supes, Bats and co.

Suicide Squad Movie May Be Getting A Director All those Warner Bros / DC Entertainment movie dates with no titles? Well, Variety may have found one. They are reporting that Fury director David Ayer is the choice to direct The Suicide Squad. Dan Lin is producing the film from a script by Justin Marks (Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li). The Suicide Squad is a team of supervillains who are given a chance at clearing their name by taking on missions which will likely get them killed.


David Ayer Eyeing Warner Bros.' 'Suicide Squad' (Exclusive)

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“It sort of exploded out,” filmmaker David Ayer said about his latest film. “I wrote it for me.” Ayer’s kept largely inside the domain of police films thus far ("S.W.A.T.," "Street Kings," "End Of Watch"), but for his next trick, he’s taking on a WWII drama starring Brad Pitt. And if you think "so what? Pitt’s already done a WWII movie with Quentin Tarantino" (“Inglourious Basterds”), note that Ayer’s “Fury” sounds vastly different. What’s the film like?

David Ayer's Fury To Close The London Film Festival Leicester Square prepares for Shermination on October 19David Ayer’s study of grizzled men in metal, Fury, is the official pick to close this year’s BFI London Film Festival. The Training Day man’s old-school war flick will be pulling down the curtain on the 58th LFF in a blaze of exploding shells, Wehrmacht panzers and hipster 1944 haircuts on October 19.Patrolling the red carpet will be Ayer and his star, Brad Pitt, a suitably starry presence to bring the film fest to a close in a Leicester Square shindig that will be simultaneously screened in cinemas across the country.

David Ayer and Brad Pitt's Fury Moved Up a Month Sony Pictures has decided to move the World War II movie Fury, written and directed by David Ayer (End of Watch) and starring an ensemble cast that includes Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeuof, up one month from November 14 to October 17.

Columbia Pictures has released the poster for writer/director David Ayer's Fury, opening in theaters on November 14. Check it out below and stay tuned for the trailer soon as well!

Brad Pitt stars in first footage from Fury: watch now The first footage from David Ayer’s Fury has emerged online thanks to the release of a new featurette taking us behind the scenes with cast and crew. Ayer is on hand to explain the premise of the film, which sees Brad Pitt leading a single tank unit into 1945 Germany in an attempt to carry the fight to the heart of the Nazi stronghold. Alongside the talking heads, there’s plenty of footage to feast your eyes on here, from explosive action to Shia LaBeouf’s moustache.


Release Date for David Ayer’s Actioner SABOTAGE Moved Up to March 28th

collider.com – Open Road Films has shifted the released date for director David Ayer’s (End of Watch) upcoming actioner Sabotage. Loosely based on Agatha Christie’s classic mystery novel Ten Little Indians, the film stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and centers on a DEA task force who heists a drug cartel safe house, only to start getting picked off one-by-one by an unknown assassin.

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Arnold’s At A Loose End – Second Trailer For Schwarzenegger Movie, Sabotage

bleedingcool.com – David Ayer‘s ongoing mission to make as many films about lawmen as possible, and to make those films really rather distinct from one another, takes yet another twist. His follow-up to End of Watch is the somewhat more bombastic looking Sabotage. Compare the casting of Jake Gyllenhall in Watch to Arnold Schwarzenegger in this new picture and you’ll get some idea of the differing ambitions at work here.

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