Movie News: First Look at 'Suicide Squad' Cast; Disney's 'Pinocchio' Going Live-Action

Movie News: First Look at 'Suicide Squad' Cast; Disney's 'Pinocchio' Going Live-Action

Apr 09, 2015

Suicide Squad

Suicide Squad: Director David Ayer shared the first photo of the Suicide Squad cast. The actors were gathered for a reading of the script, ahead of the start of principal photography next week. In addition to stars Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Jai Courtney, Joel Kinnaman, and Viola Davis, the photo also revealed new cast members Adam Beach, Ike Barinholz, and Jim Parrack. Jared Leto was not present; the movie is due in theaters on August 5, 2016. [Dark Horizons / Slash Film]



Pinocchio: Disney's Pinocchio will be developed as a live-action movie, joining a parade of classic animated films that will aim to replicate the success of the studio's Maleficent and Cinderella. Disney also has The Jungle Book, Beauty and the Beast, Dumbo, and Mulan in various stages of development; Peter Hedges has been hired to write the screenplay, drawing inspiration from the original 1883 novel by Carlo Collodi about a wooden marionette that wanted to be a real-life boy. [Deadline]


The Woman in Black

Grand Theft Auto: Daniel Radcliffe (above in The Woman in Black) is in talks to star in Grand Theft Auto. It's based on the true life story of the British video game creator and his battle with an American lawyer over the game's more violent elements. The role of the lawyer has not yet been cast; shooting is scheduled to begin on April 20. [Heat Vision]


Beyond the Reach

Beyond the Reach Clip: In Beyond the Reach, opening in theaters on April 17, Michael Douglas threatens young Jeremy Irvine. Douglas stars as a "high-rolling corporate shark" who heads out into the desert on a hunting trip, determined to see his guide die for some past sin, as a new clip make clear. [Movies Coming Soon]

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