Fans got their first look at Jared Leto in full Joker costume after the actor was spotted filming for "Suicide Squad" in Toronto.
A photo of Jared Leto in his full Joker get-up has been circulating in publications after the Oscar winner was photographed on set in Toronto while filming for "Suicide Squad."
Leto, 43, was spotted wearing a silver blazer over an unbuttoned maroon shirt, revealing various tattoos over albino-white skin. His hair is in Joker's signature acid green hue, and the actor glares menacingly at the photographer while his lips compress in a vivid red slash. more >>
Luc Besson, a French director, writer and producer, is working on his next film, a live-action adaptation of the French graphic novel "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets." The science fiction film recently got a release date - it will be released in IMAX theaters worldwide on July 21, 2017.
Besson, who is known for action and thriller films that are "visually rich," has helmed such films as "La Femme Nikita" in 1990, "The Professional," "The Transporter," "Taken," "The Fifth Element" and "Lucy." His upcoming project, "Valerian," brings him back to his science fiction roots. Aside from directing the film, it was reported that he is also writing the film's screenplay.
According to a report in Screen Rant, "Valerian" is based on the award-winning 1967 French graphic novel "Valerian and Laureline," which is about Valerian, and his red-haired partner Laureline and their adventures as they travel across the universe through space and time. The movie's lead stars have been identified already. Dane DeHaan of "Chronicle" will play Valerian, while Cara Delevigne of "Paper Towns" and "Suicide Squad" will be Laureline. The film's official logo was also recently revealed. more >>
It's finally here, Fox unveiled this week the first trailer for "The Maze Runner" sequel, "Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials" and it featured a whole new different kind of world outside the Glades.
"I think it's safe to say the maze trials were a complete success," a female voiceover is heard in the trailer. "It's too soon to say, but they could be the key to everything. It's time now to begin phase two."
The promo video then featured Thomas (Dylan O'Brien) and company coming face to face with new characters in a post-apocalyptic, barren world. And one of the people who lead them inside what appears to be humanity's last fortress is "Game of Thrones" star Aiden Gillen. more >>
The Wounded Warrior Project, an organization that helps verterans and members of the U.S. Armed Forces who've sustained mental or physical injuries since 9/11, is expected to receive up to $1 million in donations from DVD sales of the Oscar-nominated film "American Sniper" that was released on Tuesday.
The Clint Eastwood-directed film, which is based on the book American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. History, and stars Bradley Cooper as Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle, is now available on Blu-ray and DVD. Proceeds from physical and digital sales will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project from Warner Bros.
"One dollar of each purchase will be donated up to $1 million from sales through Dec. 31," reads a Warner Bros. statement that was shared with The Christian Post. more >>
Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey, known for his recent portrayal of an AIDS patient in the "Dallas Buyers Club," may be the next Hollywood A-lister actor who will join the superhero bandwagon. The actor recently revealed that he has been "courted" by rival studios DC Entertainment and Marvel Studios.
Comic book adaptations have become big business in Hollywood recently and through the years they have drawn high caliber actors like Robert Downey Jr. and Christian Bale in major movie franchises. So this recent revelation is not surprising. McConaughey even said that he has gone as far as reading scripts from both studios.
McConaughey told Variety in a recent interview that he has read several scripts, but he has yet to find a "right part." He however said that he was very interested in doing such a project. more >>
Wendy Raquel Robinson is well known for portraying strong women on television shows like the hard-hitting fictional character Latasha "Tasha" Mack on the BET series "The Game," but now that the series is ending the actress is combining her faith and gifts to solidify her legacy.
Robinson, 47, has spent nine seasons on "The Game" and six seasons on the television series "The Steve Harvey Show." While she has provided laughs and entertainment to countless viewers, Robinson's behind the scenes work with her nonprofit school, the Amazing Grace Conservatory, has helped mold young minds.
The nonprofit school recently created a contemporary "Sister Act Too" production, where young people between the ages of 8 and 18 performed original songs, dances and spoken word. more >>