Peter Capaldi Joins “The Suicide Squad” Cast, Pete Davidson in Talks

Deadline has reported that Peter Capaldi is joining the cast of “The Suicide Squad.” Additionally it has also been reported that Pete Davidson may be appearing in the film as a part of a short cameo appearance. For those who are not aware, Peter Capaldi is a well known actor who has appeared on both television and theatrical roles. Peter is best known for portraying the twelfth doctor in Doctor Who. Pete Davidson is best known for his comedy sketches on Saturday Night Live. Currently is unknown what characters either actor will be portraying in the film…

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Steve Agee Joins “The Suicide Squad” Cast

Deadline has reported that Steve Agee will be the joining the cast of The Suicide Squad as King Shark. Earlier it was reported that Michael Rooker would be portraying King Shark, however it has since been debunked. In the comics Nanaue was created by Karl Kesel and made a cameo appearance in Superboy vol. 3 Issue #0, which was released in October 1994. The character wouldn’t make his full appearance until his return in Superboy vol. 3 Issue #9, which was released in Nov. 1994. Nanaue is the son of Chodrakha, the God of all Sharks. Later…

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Robert Pattinson in Talks to Play Batman in Matt Reeve’s “Batman” Film

Variety has reported that Robert Pattinson (Twilight) is in talks to play Batman in Matt Reeve’s upcoming film based on the character.  Matt Reeves will be directing the film and he will also be producing the film alongside Dylan Clark. Not much else is known about the film, however pre-production for the film is set to start this Summer. Also, according to Variety filming could start as early as late 2019, or in early 2020. No other details have been confirmed at this time, so stay tuned to Hero-Club.com for more details.   The Batman is set…

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Batman: Hush Trailer Streamed

IGN recently updated their official Youtube channel with a new trailer for Batman: Hush. For those who are not aware, Batman: Hush is an upcoming DC animated film that based on the comic storyline of the same name. The storyline was published within the ongoing Batman comic series and ran from issue #608–619 starting in December 2002 and finished in November 2003.   The trailer features a look at the setting of the film and showcases some of the villains that will be making an appearance. Some of the villains featured in the film includes the Joker, Poison…

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Michael Rooker in Talks to Join ‘The Suicide Squad as King Shark

The Wrap has recently reported that Michael Rooker is in talks in joining The Suicide Squad as Nanaue aka King Shark. Michael will be joining the previously announced cast members, which includes Daniela Melchior (Ratcatcher), David Dastmalchian (Polka-Dot Man), Idris Elba, Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn), Jai Courtney (Captain Boomerang), and potentially John Cena.  In the comics Nanaue was created by Karl Kesel and made a cameo appearance in Superboy vol. 3 Issue #0, which was released in October 1994. The character wouldn’t make his full appearance until his return in Superboy vol. 3 Issue #9, which was released in…

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LEGO DC: Batman: Family Matters Official Trailer Streamed

Warner Brothers has recently updated their official Youtube channel with the announcement trailer for Lego DC: Batman Family Matters. As the name suggests the film is going to focus on the “Bat family” as they fight against Brother Eye and the various villains of Gotham City. Lego DC: Batman Family Matters will be released on Blu-ray, DVD & Digital on August 6. The home video release will also include an exclusive batmobile polybag build. The voice cast includes: Troy Baker – Batman Alyson Stoner – Batgirl Scott Menville – Robin Jason Spisak –…

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Five New “DC Showcase” Animated Shorts Announced

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation have announced that they will producing five new DC Showcase animated shorts, which will be released throughout 2019 and 2020. The shorts will feature various classic DC Comic characters such as Sgt. Rock and The Phantom Stranger, and more. For those who are not aware DC Showcases are a series of short animated films that were released to supplement some of the DC animated film releases. The first DC Showcase release was DC Showcase: The Spectre, which was released in 2010. The latest DC Showcase short film was in 2011 with…

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Daniela Melchior Front-lines Ratchcatcher Role in “The Suicide Squad”

Variety has reported that Daniela Melchior is set to portray Ratcatcher in “The Suicide Squad.” She will be joining the previously announced cast members, which includes David Dastmalchian (Polka-Dot Man), Idris Elba, Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn), Jai Courtney (Captain Boomerang), and potentially John Cena.  In the comics, Otis Flannegan aka Ratcatcher debuted in Detective Comics #585, which was released in April 1988. The character was Alan Grant, John Wagner, and Norm Breyfogle. Otis was originally a rat catcher in Gotham City who eventually turned to a life a crime. He has the ability to control over…

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David Dastmalchian Joins “The Suicide Squad” Cast

The Hollywood Reporter has reported that David Dastmalchian is joining the cast of The Suicide Squad as Polka-Dot Man. David has in been in several live-action adaptations of comic book movies such as Thomas Schiff in The Dark Knight and more recently as Kurt in both the MCU Ant-Man films. In the comics, Abner Krill aka Polka-Dot Man made his debut appearance in Detective Comics #300, which released in 1962. Abner was a low tier crook who uses spots in both his costume and tools. The character was created by the joint team of Sheldon Moldoff and Charles Paris. The…

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DC Universe “Swamp Thing” Extended Trailer Streamed

The official DC Youtube channel has updated with a new extended trailer for DC Universe exclusive the Swamp Thing series. The trailer features a deeper look at the setting of the series and it is clear that James Wan was a pretty great choice as the main producer on this project. As reported earlier, the first season of the series will consist of 10 episodes instead of the originally planned 13 episodes.  The first episode of the series is still currently set for a May 31 premiere date. Personally I am not too much of…

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