It has been iterated multiple times, James Gunn‘s new Suicide Squad film is not a sequel. The film will feature actors who reprise their roles from the failure that was “Suicide Squad“, yet the film will not be a sequel. With that being said, James Gunn has declared that this film will have more practical effects and sets than any of his other films, which means there will be a lot…Continue reading James Gunn’s Suicide Squad Film Will Feature More Practical Effects Than Any Of His Other Films
The legendary director known for the likes of “The Godfather“, Francis Ford Coppola, recently pitched in on the discussion as to whether or not Marvel films are considered cinema. Following in the footsteps of another all time great, Martin Scorsese, Coppola agrees that the products that Disney is constantly shoveling out every other month is not cinema.Continue reading Francis Ford Coppola Calls Marvel Films “Despicable”
A dark and evil take on the classic origin story of the world’s first superhero, Superman, “Brightburn” was met with mixed reactions from crowds. Being considered a good film but lacking in some areas, “Brightburn” still managed to quintuple their budget at the box office, basically ensuring that they will get a sequel (by modern Hollywood standards).Continue reading A “Brightburn” Sequel Is Already In Discussions
It seems as though with every passing week a new rumor pops up about DC‘s new “Suicide Squad 2” film. From John Cena to Idris Elba, everyone seems to have an attachment to this film. The newest actor to be attached to this film was supposedly Michael Rooker.Continue reading Michael Rooker Denies Any Attachment To The New Suicide Squad Film
Last week it was discussed how Disney and the Marvel executives have decided to rehire director James Gunn for their “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3“, while this had been decided we also found out that the director has been working on the sequel for the 2016 film “Suicide Squad“. Yet, it isn’t a sequel at all it seems. A reboot to fit the ever changing DC film landscape, “Suicide Squad 2” will have nothing to do with the original.Continue reading James Gunn’s Suicide Squad 2 Is A Reboot?
Director James Gunn was fired from any future Marvel Cinematic Universe movies back in July of 2018 after a series of decade old controversial tweets resurfaced. Many of the lead actors from the film, supported James Gunn and wanted him to return. Now, it seems that the former “Guardians of the Galaxy” director may be back on the project to direct the new “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” film.Continue reading James Gunn Rehired For Guardians Of The Galaxy 3