Emma Stone imagined as Poison Ivy by artist Kode A., a.k.a. Christmas came early for Margot Robbie when Warner Bros. announced that her breakout Suicide Squad character, Harley Quinn, would be getting her own spin-off movie in the form of Gotham City Sirens. Based on the DC Comics title of the same name, which ran for 26 issues between 2009 and 2011, the movie will re-team Robbie with her Squad director, David Ayer, and partner Harley with two more Gotham City bad girls: cat burglar Catwoman and seductive eco-terrorist Poison Ivy, who has the power to control men’s minds through plant pheromones.
‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2’ star Will Arnett told us that he spent most of his time on set making fun of Megan Fox with co-star Stephen Amell. Director Dave Green revealed he got to relive his childhood by choreographing fights scenes using action figures. You’d see me designing a shot with action figures and my iPhone swinging the camera around,” he told us.
In the wake of the debacle between Keira Knightley and her ‘Begin Again’ director John Carney, here’s a handy run-down of the times that directors have famously slated their own actors. Image credits: Rex Features
Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman is one of the brightest spots in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, a dark superhero spectacle critics and audiences are otherwise split on. Before the Israeli actress lassoed the role though, there was a lengthy list of other lovely ladies in the mix to finally bring Wonder Woman to the big screen (Friday Night Lights’ Adrianne Palicki got the closest, playing the Amazonian in a failed 2011 TV pilot). Here’s a look at those would-be Wonder Women (with the help of some fan-made art).
The 2014 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot focused on reintroducing the world to the four pizza-loving heroes in a half shell and their reporter pal April O'Neil (Megan Fox). Now, the sequel is moving on to unveiling fresh takes on some other iconic characters from the long-running franchise.
It’s not in cinemas for almost a year, but there’s already plenty worth knowing about the follow-up to the latest incarnation of the ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’. Who’s behind it, is it another Michael Bay production? Like the first, Paramount Pictures are the production company behind the project, and are likely to pump the same ($125 million), if not more, budget into it as they did the 2014 film.
If, like us, you’ve ever wondered what the lovechild of Benedict Cumberbatch and Tom Hiddleston would look like (hey, we’re only human), then you’re going to love artist Pedro Johnsen. The digital dream maker has morphed the faces of Hollywood’s most handsome actors and actresses under the name ThatNordicGuy, and the results are simply mind-blowing.
The upcoming sequel Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 is going to have a double dose of April O'Neils. Judith Hoag, who originated the live-action role of the intrepid reporter (and the half-shells’ closest human ally) in the 1990 movie version, was photographed on the film’s New York City set alongside current April O'Neil, Megan Fox. Variety caught up with Hoag last August, as the first installment of the rebooted Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was hitting theaters.