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Will Smith takes in some shooting practice in preparation for his role as Deadshot in Suicide Squad.
Looking at the first ensemble picture from Suicide Squad released earlier today, one of my main critiques was the fact that Will Smith's Deadshot wasn't wearing any kind of mask. Well, it seems that director David Ayer was thinking ahead on this one, because now he has revealed the character's full costume - mask and all.
Over the last few months, David Ayer's Suicide Squad has been putting together a pretty impressive list of actors to star in various key roles, and with production just about ready to roll, the director has shared a first look image at all of the cast together for a script read-through.
Suicide Squad’s biggest star is unquestionably Will Smith, who will play Floyd Lawton, a.k.a. Deadshot. Now thanks to a new description, we may have an idea of what the superstar will be wearing for the assassin’s live-action film debut.
The recent weekend box office win of Focus has seemingly reinvigorated the previously beleaguered cinematic star power of Will Smith. However, it seems that his gorgeous Aussie ingénue co-star, Margot Robbie may have dealt the star another diss during the auditioning process in the form of a rhetorical ribbing at the former Fresh Prince that was far meaner than "yo homes, smell ya later."
In honor of his latest film, Focus, please join us as we run down the 10 best Will Smith performances of his career so far.
Margot Robbie was asked specifically about the tone of the material, as that can go a long way toward preparing an audience for the end result. Specifically, Robbie was asked if Suicide Squad would resemble Christopher Nolan’s somber, serious Batman trilogy, or Joss Whedon’s The Avengers.
Will Smith is one busy boy. Not only is he currently hard at work promoting his latest film Focus, but he’s also on the cusp of starting production on Suicide Squad, and now he’s signed up for Bounty over at Paramount too.
After Earth was a disaster of cataclysmic proportions, and Will Smith knows it. Though, recently he had some choice words to say about the film that he calls the “most painful failure in my career.
Throughout his career as a movie star, Will Smith has always been identifiable as the hero. And this point in his career, however, Smith has apparently started thinking a bit more about the ranges of morality - and it's because of this personal interest that he decided to join the upcoming DC Comics film Suicide Squad.
Suicide Squad is fast becoming one of the most highly-anticipated movies of 2016, but thus far, with only tidbits of information released at a time (mostly only rumors or cast-related), Warner Bros. has yet to reveal much in terms of plot. But things are starting to become a bit clearer now with David Ayer's revelation that his upcoming Supervillain flick will specifically pull from The New 52 Suicide Squad Vol. 4, #1 “Kicked in the Teeth.”
Though it was big news last week when it was revealed that Tom Hardy will no longer star in David Ayer's Suicide Squad, the truth is that the film still has a pretty stellar, stacked ensemble. But who among them will actually be the true stars of the show?
2014 was a middling year for movies. However, for the 10 stars we're highlighting in this list, it was absolutely dismal. Find out who's hoping for a happy new year after the jump.
The Suicide Squad has appeared in a variety of media, such as Justice League Unlimited, Batman: Assault on Arkham and Arrow, but this will be their first theatrical appearance. Here’s our handy guide on everything you need to know about the film, from its basic premise to all the major players. Read on to get the details!
The Wall Street Journal shares a few details, even though nothing is set in stone. They say that Men In Black stars Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones “would not be included in the movie, at least in prominent roles.” They also dangle the tease that Jump Street geniuses Phil Lord and Chris Miller would produce this mash up event, and “may direct it.”
Star Wars has generated a ton of whispers, rumors and arguments over the past few, but oddly, I’m not sure any film has produced a wider range of strange articles than Suicide Squad. The villain team-up was first announced back in September, and in the time since, it has spit out a steady stream of names.
Independence Day 2 is happening! And we even have a release date for the blockbuster sequel. Can you guess what holiday it is being released on?
Though Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has quite the packed cast – featuring the likes of Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Jeremy Irons, and more – it’s David Ayer’s Suicide Squad that could wind up challenging it as the most star-studded superhero movie of 2016.
The upcoming DC Comics movie Suicide Squad is kind of a strange inclusion to the company's slate when you consider the other films that were announced around it. After all, it's the only one that puts the spotlight on villains instead of heroes, and is the only "group" movie outside of the twin Justice League projects.
“There’s two kinds of people in this world. There’s hammers. And there’s nails. You decide which one you want to be.” That’s the advice dished out in the sleek, sexy first trailer for Will Smith’s Focus.