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David Ayer Might Direct DC's 'Suicide Squad'

Friday, 19 September 2014 10:38

Warner Bros. has been slowly developing a Suicide Squad movie for several years.

As the studio puts together a bumper crop of DC Comics movies in the wake of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, though, Suicide Squad may finally become a movie.

And David Ayer may just direct it.

JJ Abrams has yet to wrap up production on Star Wars: Episode VII, but we're already getting worked up about Star Wars: Episode VIII.

Rian Johnson is set to write and direct the second installment in Disney's new trilogy set after Return of the Jedi, and the middle chapter works out, he'll likely return for the conclusion, Star Wars: Episode IX, as well.

Obviously, the Mystery Box is still sealed pretty tight on Episode VII, so Johnson hasn't dropped any mega-spoilers, but he did recently open up a bit about the gig, discussing Disney's plan, creative freedom in a galaxy far, far away, and his status as a Star Wars fan who is now a Star Wars director.

In next month's Gone Girl, Ben Affleck plays a pretty complicated guy.

"You hope he didn't murder his wife. And then you hope he did," Affleck says of his latest role, a man who America is pretty sure killed his wife in this A-list adaptation of Gillian Flynn's bestseller.

Based on its first theatrical trailer, Big Eyes looks like the best movie Tim Burton's made since Big Fish more than a decade ago.

Not only that, but this true story appears to be the perfect vehicle for Amy Adams, who might just snag her first Academy Award after no fewer than five – five! – nominations.

After more than five years of ceaseless toil from Ryan Reynolds, it seems 20th Century Fox is finally ready to give Deadpool his due.

The studio has finally scheduled Deadpool for February 12, 2016, with Reynolds set to star as the one and only Wade Wilson.

An official video from the set of Star Wars: Episode VII provides our first real look at the fastest hunk of junk the galaxy.

Not only has JJ Abrams revealed his full-size Millennium Falcon exterior set, effectively flipping the bird to those aerial photographs from last week, but his little peek behind the scenes of Episode VII also shows off something entirely unexpected...a Batmobile.

Now that's more like it.

Not one but two new posters promoting Interstellar have made their way online.  Thankfully, both capture the hugeness and ambition of Christopher Nolan's scifi event movie, showing off beautiful spacescapes and, in the case of the latest poster, unveiling a more upbeat tagline.

The Kings of Tampa are returning.  Unfortunately, Florida's finest male strumpets will grease up, shake, and gyrate without their leader.

The Magic Mike sequel is happening, and while many of the beefcakes from the first movie will be back, Matthew McConaughey isn't reprising his role as Dallas, the ambitious proprietor of the Kings of Tampa.

Combine courtroom drama and overwrought father issues.  Sprinkle with great actors and some uplift.  Bake well.

When your oven dings, you've got The Judge, an all-star drama that really, really wants to make you cry.

A brand new theatrical trailer, as well as an international trailer with a slightly different flavor, make The Judge's tearjerking ambitions emphatically clear.

The highest-grossing action heroine in movie history (not adjusted for inflation) struts her stuff in some new official images from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part I.

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