Warner Bros. has announced that, after a long and grueling search for David Ayer’s replacement, a director for Suicide Squad 2 has been found. Gavin O’Connor (The Accountant, Warrior) has been tapped to write and direct the film, with its entire cast returning.
This is actually a pretty great choice. O’Connor is a safe director, with a good eye for action and emotion. His Suicide Squad will be much more well-rounded than its predecessor was, and should genuinely be an overall much better film. We’ll just have to see it all ends up.
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Netflix has released the first full trailer for their entry-level blockbuster, Bright. Starring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton, the film takes place in an alternate-world where fairies, orcs, and elves live among humans in a modern, familiar society. Smith plays a beat cop, partnered with an orc for the first time, and while on a routine patrol unearth a magical weapon capable of changing the course of history.
Directed by David Ayer (Suicide Squad, End of Watch), Bright hits Netflix worldwide on December 22nd.
It’s no secret that Disney has been working on getting a live-action Aladdin film off the ground for quite some time, with casting issues being the prime onus on the film. However, it would seem that Disney has worked out the kinks, with a few rumors coming to fruition in this case.
Mena Massoud (Jack Ryan) has been cast as the lead role of Aladdin, with Naomi Scott (Power Rangers) taking the role of Jasmine. The Genie is the surprise here, as Will Smith has been cast in the role of wise-cracking magical being. The film is also said to take inspiration from the animated film, as well as 1,001 Arabian Nights, so it should be a fun adventure film.
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