Will Smith has been photographed doing his own stunts wearing his Deadshot costume for "Suicide Squad."
Fan footage and photos have emerged online showing Will Smith in his character's Deadshot costume rappelling off a building while filming "Suicide Squad" in Toronto.
Smith plays the DC Comics one-eyed assassin in the upcoming DC Entertainment superhero film due out in the late summer next year. more >>
Brad Pitt has reportedly brought Oscar winner Marion Cotillard on board his yet untitled WWII spy drama.
Academy Award winner Marion Cotillard has signed on to star in Brad Pitt's upcoming World War II project to be released under Paramount Films and New Regency Pictures.
The World War II spy drama is Pitt's third film of the period following "Inglorious Basterds" in 2009 and "Fury" in 2014, both of which met with positive and critical acclaim and earned well in the box office. more >>
Last month, it was reported that the "Power Rangers" reboot movie has been pushed back to January 2017, instead of earlier plans to release it in 2016. It was also reported that the change in schedule may be mainly due to the lineup of competitors the film will have if it were released in summer of 2016.
Despite the delayed release, however, all other news about the movie points to some significant progress in development. That same month, a director was confirmed in the person of Dean Israelite, as well as scriptwriters Ashley Miller and Zack Stenz, who also penned "Thor" and "X-Men: First Class."
More recently, its director Dean Israelite revealed some details about the upcoming in an interview with IGN. Without going into much detail about the plot, he shared that the script was "really cool, contemporary, mature but still playful, buoyant and fun take on the material." He also surprised by the fact that it was "updated." more >>
Robin Hood, the beloved outlaw of medieval England, is making a major comeback on the big screen in the coming years. It's not surprising in this era of remakes and revivals. In fact, there are currently four "Robin Hood" movie projects in the pipeline in Hollywood and one of them may be moving forward faster than the others.
Lionsgate's "Robin Hood: Origins" movie project is currently looking for a director and according to a report in Deadline, the studio is eyeing Otto Bathurst. Bathurst is known for his work in the U.K. gangster series "Peaky Blinders," where he is said to have injected a "modern and distinctive tone" to the period series. Reports says that Bathurst is currently in negotiations to helm Lionsgate's take on Robin Hood.
The film is said to differentiate itself from the other takes on Robin Hood by being an origins story, based on a script by Joby Harold, who also wrote Guy Ritchie's "Knights of the Round Table: King Arthur," an upcoming film that is set to start a new franchise. more >>
With less than six months remaining before "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" hits the big screen, rumors have emerged the Ewoks and Jar Jar Binks will be in Episode VII.
Rumors have been circulating the Ewoks from "Return of the Jedi" and Jar Jar Binks from Episodes I through III will be making an appearance on the seventh film in the Star Wars saga.
According to Cinemablend, a press book was given out to guests during actress Daisy Ridley and producer Kathleen Kennedy's press tour in Japan. The book included blurbs about Episode VII's cast, and the list included English actor Warwick Davis, who played Wicket in "Return of the Jedi." more >>
Matt Damon has appeared in a promotional video for Ridley Scott's upcoming space film, "The Martian," together with an all-star cast.
The video, posted under YouTube account, Ares: Live, isn't am official trailer for the upcoming film, but appears as a piece of the film's storyline shot as a video to promote "The Martian."
Damon appears holding and operating a handheld camera where he proceeds to interview his companions, a crew of astronauts, as they prepare for a journey to Mars. more >>