Will Smith's cold-blooded assassin is going to take a leaf out of Margot Robbie's book as DC look to stretch out their Suicide Squad characters.
After being flooded with requests, Screen Junkies have turned their attention to the DC flop that kind of made itself. Bring on the honest trailer!
Jared Leto's portrayal of the iconic DC villain was memorable to say the least, but perhaps it might have been received better with a slightly different aesthetic just leaked out.
The iconic Star Wars actor gave a glowing review of the Thirty Seconds to Mars frontman's performance of the villain as he voices the R-rated animated Batman series
Polishing up a number of scenes that were left on the editing floor to expand on the DC blockbuster, the reviews are in for the movie with the added footage.
When actor Michael Rowe was forced off the television series to make way for Will Smith's version on the big screen, he let fans know his reaction to the cinematic disappointment.
Margot Robbie's classic anti-hero is not just getting a lot of love from celebrities on Halloween, but the studio as well with more footage revealed.
A teaser has arrived in the form of a TV spot confirming that the film get the same upgrade as BvS in hopes of salvaging the film.
The recording artist turned actor explained that the late British icon was inspiration for his portrayal of the mad DC villain.
A still image discovered online has uncovered some dark subject matter that was cut from the original picture as DC chose a PG rating over an R film.
2016 has been a year of controversial trailers. But, there have also been countless trailers that were pretty damn good throughout the year. These are our picks for the 10 best so far.
Warner Bros, or should we say DC, properties seem to be immune to the critics when it comes to box office haul. This squad of anti-heroes being the latest example.