‘Suicide Squad’ Cast Confirmed by Director

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Looks like those rumors that have been floating around for the last couple of month were true and we would like to introduce you to the cast of 2016’s Suicide Squad.

Just a few hours ago, reports surfaced that some of the rumored stars to the upcoming were in the final part of negotiations for their roles in the DC film, but now director David Ayer has revealed via The Hollywood Reporter the actors and their respected roles.

Check out the casting below:

The Joker: Jared Leto

Harley Quinn: Margot Robbie

Boomerang: Jai Courtney

Enchantress: Cara Delevingne

Deadshot: Will Smith

Rick Flagg: Tom Hardy

So what do we think, guys?

Take a look at all their photos below and see if they are (or aren’t) what you imagined when DC originally made their announcement a few months ago and get ready for the movie which has a tentative release date of August 5, 2016.

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2014 Razzie Award Winners Announced


With the 86th Annual Academy Awards being tonight, the 34th Annual Razzie Awards were held last night in a ceremony at IgnitedSpaces in Hollywood honoring the worst of the worst in films. Leading the pack with the most nominations was Adam Sandler’s Grown-Ups 2 which surprisingly won nothing during the award show. But sadly, Will Smith and his blockbuster film, After Earth as well as Movie 43 were not so lucky; they went home with the most Golden Raspberries.


Funny enough though, The Lone Ranger was nominated (and won) a Razzie last night, but is also nominated for an Oscar for “Best Make-Up.”

Check out the full list of Golden Raspberry Winners below.


Worst Picture
Movie 43

Worst Actor
Jaden Smith – After Earth

Worst Actress
Tyler Perry (in drag) – A Madea Christmas

Worst Supporting Actor
Will Smith – After Earth

Worst Supporting Actress
Kim Kardashian – Tyler Perry’s Temptation

Worst Screen Combo
Jaden Smith & Will Smith – After Earth

Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel
The Lone Ranger

Worst Director
The 13 people who directed Movie 43

Worst Screenplay
Movie 43 (written by 19 “Screenwriters”)

Will Smith Raps ‘Fresh Prince of Bel Air’

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To most of us that grew up in the 90s, Will Smith will always be the ‘Fresh Prince’ and this video proves that he still has the moves, well lines, down pact.

While at South London’s St. Martin-in-the-Fields High School last week, he appeared at an assembly and went on to rap the iconic Fresh Prince of Bel Air theme at the request of a bunch of giddy girls and probably anyone else who watched all six seasons of the hit television show.

The actor/rapper/everything was in the UK to watch his son, Jaden, open up for Justin Bieber on his European tour and was invited to the school by Streatham Member of Parliament, Chuka Umunna.

Now, let’s kick it old school: