Suicide Squad film in the works


So after a successful comic reboot, repeat appearances on Arrow, and an Animated movie the Suicide Squad is getting their big screen debut. So when the producers of Arrow said they were only allowed Harley Quinn as a cameo because DC had “bigger plans” for her I imagine this is what they were talking about. Being directed by David Ayer, Warner Bros. said he’s a “good fit for the dark and edgy film”. Details are pretty much zero so it could be anyone of the 9 untitled DC movies, personally I’m looking forward to it.

Ahhh i just finished this print for the con this saturday and sunday so glad we’ve got a great printer with cheap ink =v= i had so much fun with this picture. I tried to give them all different body types too, not sure how that turned out but yeah! I love sailor moon and the Gotham City Sirens so this was a great print to make qvq 

Warner Bros. Making A 'Suicide Squad' Movie!

aka, the Harley Quinn film! Okay, NOW, CAST  YAEL STONE AS HARLEY!!


Everyone on planet Earth wants her for role. She’s well-aware of it. The question was: when? When would Harley get a proper live-action debut? When would Harley have to be cast? WELL, NOW the door’s WIDE OPEN! Should we start a letter campaign? Send thousands of cupcakes donning Yael’s face on them to Warner Bros? At the very least, Google sites reporting this news, and leave a comment about wanting Orange is the New Blacks Yael Stone cast as Harley!


Warner Bros. Circling David Ayer for DC Comics’ ‘Suicide Squad’ (Exclusive)

With several unnamed DC Comic films already slated for release through 2020, it looks like one of those pics has been unveiled.

Sources tell Variety that “Fury” director David Ayer is the choice to direct “Suicide Squad,” based on the DC comic book series.

It is unknown where things stand in the dealmaking process as Warners would not comment, but sources say the studio feels Ayer is a good fit for the dark and edgy film.

Dan Lin is producing the pic from a script by Justin Marks.

The original comic series focused on a team of supervillains who were given a second chance by the government for redemption. The catch is that the mission they are sent on will likely end up killing all of them.

The group doesn’t include any major DC supervillains like the Joker or Lex Luthor, but the characters will likely have an opportunity to cross over between other DC properties and vice versa for non-Suicide Squad members appearing in this film.

Ayer is best known for his realistic and gritty cop dramas like “End of Watch” and “Training Day.” His much buzzed-about WWII pic “Fury” is bowing in October.

He is repped by CAA.