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Are you stoked for Suicide Squad??
The return of movie star Will Smith and completely psycho Jared Leto has us hyped. But the villains aren't the only ones teaming up…
We've got a music video for the all-bad guy flick's song Sucker For Pain featuring a SUPER team up of artists including Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Imagine Dragons with Logic & Ty Dolla $ign featuring X Ambassadors! HOLY TALENT, Batman!
Warner Bros. studio dropped the new music video featuring all of the artists on the film's Facebook page, and it's a JAM!
Ch-ch-check it out (below) and go see Suicide Squad August 5!
On Tuesday, it was revealed that another superhero is joining the cast of Supergirl! Wonder Woman herself, Lynda Carter, has signed on for the upcoming installment of The CW show.
However, she's trading in the crown and the spandex she wore on the 1970s Wonder Woman TV series for an American flag pin and a seat in the Oval Office!
That's because the 64-year-old will be playing the president of the United States in the superhero drama!
The show itself even took to Twitter to confirm the casting news, posting:
The brunette beauty also dished that she's stoked to star alongside Melissa Benoist, writing:
It's all for a good cause!
The people of Orlando, Florida have been through a lot recently after the tragic shooting at Pulse nightclub almost two weeks ago that left 50 dead — but now they have a little more help recovering thanks to The Walking Dead and Arrow!
Well now the casts of both TWD and CW's premiere superhero show Arrow are lending a helping hand by taking part in Fan Fest orlando — a fan convention to help raise money for the victims. Not only that, but 100 percent of the profits are being donated to the One Orlando Fund!
The convention is still a few months out, but the stars they already have lined up include Arrow's Stephen Amell and David Ramsey, and TWD's Lauren Cohan, Michael Cudlitz, Josh McDermitt, Alanna Masterson, Ross Marquand, Seth Gilliam, Sonequa Martin-Green, Christian Serratos, Emily Kinney, Lawrence Gilliard Jr., as well as executive producer Greg Nicotero. Talk about a lineup!
James Fazier, founder of Fan Fest, hopes to raise about $500,000 through the one-day event as hopefully more star guests join this great cause!
If you're interested in attending, Fan Fest Orlando takes place September 17 at the Orange County Convention Center, and you can get your tickets HERE!
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There's a new Superman in town!
It was announced a couple weeks ago that one big move The CW is making when it tackles Supergirl is the addition of an onscreen Superman.
Kara Zor-El's (Melissa Benoist) cousin has always been a big part of her story, so it totally makes sense. But how do you follow the extremely hot but unfortunately mopey Henry Cavill??
With Teen Wolf's Tyler Hoechlin!
The MTV star was announced Thursday as the new Clark Kent, which potentially makes him a big part of
UPDATE 5:55 P.M. EST: Fox has now apologized for the billboard, saying in a statement:
"In our enthusiasm to show the villainy of the character Apocalypse we didn't immediately recognize the upsetting connotation of this image in print form. Once we realized how insensitive it was, we quickly took steps to remove those materials. We apologize for our actions and would never condone violence against women"
X-Men: Apocalypse, the most recent installment of Fox's superhero franchise, hit theaters last weekend and landed the No. 1 spot — but not everyone is a fan!
That's because Rose McGowan has joined a growing number of people who are NOT happy about the poster showing Oscar Isaac's villainous Apocalypse choking Jennifer Lawrence's Mystique because they believe it depicts "casual violence against women".
The Charmed actress opened up to THR about her disgust saying:
Books vs comic books! Zombies vs wights! Beard vs… well, beard, we guess.
When asked about the TWD surpassing the books he'd already written, author and exec producer Robert Kirkman said he believes strongly that ruins the experience of reading the books.
He told Rolling Stone:
Marvel TV is going somewhere it's never gone before — FX!
Newly picked up series Legion will bring one of the comics' strangest characters to life, at least for an order of eight episodes.
Legion tells the story of David Haller (Dan Stevens, left), a man with schizophrenia, multiple personalities, and multiple super powers!
Between this and next year's Beauty and the Beast live action remake (yes, the hottie on the right is the same guy!), we're going to get to know Mr. Stevens quite a bit in 2017!
Despite the fact this is an X-Men spinoff (in the comics, David is the estranged son of Professor Xavier), the show is being produced by the same people who brought you Daredevil and Jessica Jones.
So why isn't it on Netflix? That would likely be because the show was developed by Fargo creator Noah Hawley. And if that Emmy-winning adaptation is any indication, this should be one to watch next year!
Legion also stars Aubrey Plaza, Jean Smart, and Katie Aselton and will premiere some time in 2017.