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Jared Leto considered to play Joker in DC’s ‘Suicide Squad’ flick

Jared Leto considered to play Joker in DC’s ‘Suicide Squad’ flick

Sources close the development of Warner Bros. Suicide Squad movie have tipped that Oscar winner and musician Jared Leto is being eyed to play The Joker in the DC comic book adaptation. Currently scheduled for release in August 2016, Suicide Squad sees a group of supervillains tasked by the government in an opportunity to right their past wrongs by taking on missions that may cost them their lives.

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Court to Google: help identify source of Avengers trailer leak

Court to Google: help identify source of Avengers trailer leak

On October 22, Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer leaked. This was a problem, as it wasn't supposed to debut for a few more days, being set to show during the next Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D episode. A final cut of the trailer wasn't ready to go out, however, so Marvel had to hastily put one together, which it made live on its YouTube channel in response to the leak. During the time slot it was originally set to air, Marvel showed an "extended edition" trailer instead, all the while hunting down who leaked the footage in the first place.

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Toy Story 4 arrives summer 2017

Toy Story 4 arrives summer 2017

Disney and Pixar are planning another Toy Story movie, and it'll be arriving in June 2017. The information comes from Disney, which revealed the news yesterday during its earnings call for the latest quarter. John Lasseter -- who wrote and directed both Toy Story and Toy Story 2 -- will be directing the latest film (Toy Story 4). The news is surprising. Disney had previously said that no plans for another film in the franchise was forthcoming, something Toy Story 3's ending reflected.

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Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies Main Trailer revealed

Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies Main Trailer revealed

When you read The Hobbit, did you remember there being a war so immense, it took the Lord of the Rings for a ride for grand scale? Do you remember there being a battle so massive, so beastly, that it made Return of the King seem like the cartoon version of The Hobbit? What's what Peter Jackson remembers. That's what Warner Bros. remembers. That's what you're going to get with The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. Without a doubt.

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Star Wars The Force Awakens: Episode 7 officially named

Star Wars The Force Awakens: Episode 7 officially named

This morning the next Star Wars movie was named officially - Star Wars: The Force Awakens. This is Star Wars 7, the move set to be released in 2016. Star Wars The Force Awakens has completed principal photography, and it's suggested that the first trailer is also cut and prepped for delivery. Now we'll have to start guessing what vehicle it'll come in on. Any guesses on what movie it'll start before? Maybe The Hobbit? Something epic? Into The Woods? Big Hero 6? Something Disney owns, that's for certain.

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Introducing Neals: one Nerd Rapper’s aim for a multimedia retrofuture

Introducing Neals: one Nerd Rapper’s aim for a multimedia retrofuture

Introducing Neals - an hour-long musical animated movie based on a Nerd Rap musical experience. It launches today. It's the 5th of November, and this date hasn't been chosen randomly. Just like the real Guy Fawkes Day, and previous celebrations, today was chosen by YT Cracker to exemplify the outline of the story he's attempting to tell. Introducing Neals is a "retrofuture," says Bryce Case JR, aka YT Cracker, a place where you'll hear the story of "the open source movement, hacktivism, government surveillance, and net neutrality with familiar 1980s tropes and familiar 1980s corniness."

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Fassbender rumored to take role as Steve Jobs

Fassbender rumored to take role as Steve Jobs

It seems like nobody wants to play Steve Jobs. The upcoming Aaron Sorkin-written biography of Jobs has had several big names attached to it, but the two most notable — Leonardo DiCaprio and Christian Bale — both backed out for their own reasons. Now, we’re hearing a new contender has emerged from the fog, and he might be the best we’ve heard of, Bale withstanding. Michael Fassbender, who has donned the Magneto crown in the X Men franchise reboot, is rumored to be up for the job of Jobs.

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Disney Movies Anywhere lands on Android for multi-platform fun

Disney Movies Anywhere lands on Android for multi-platform fun

Disney has just made a rather unprecedented move that would surely delight fans of its many films and franchises, including its Pixar and Marvel subsidiaries. It has truly put the "anywhere" in its Disney Movies Anywhere by making the app available on Google's mobile platform. Now users will be able to buy and view movies such as Maleficent, Frozen, Toy Story, Captain America, just to mention a few of the 450 titles from Disney's collection no matter their preferred mobile platform, whether they are on iOS or on Android.

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Hardcore: an action film styled like an FPS game

Hardcore: an action film styled like an FPS game

When we watch movies, we expect them to follow a certain conventional style; the same goes for FPS video games. YouTube is full of videos themed after the latter, mixing live action with the first-person-shooter style common in games like those in the Call of Duty franchise. Not many of those videos match the quality and consistent styling of a new live-action movie tease called "Hardcore", which hopes to ultimately be the "First Ever Action POV Feature Film", according to the maker's Indiegogo campaign.

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Avengers: Age of Ultron believed to be Marvel’s first $2B movie

Avengers: Age of Ultron believed to be Marvel’s first $2B movie

May 1st, 2015 is going to see the U.S. release of Avengers: Age of Ultron, a superhero team movie that not only serves as the anticipated sequel to The Avengers, but is another entry in the individual series of characters like Iron Man and Captain America, and serves to further advance the Marvel Comics Universe. With the recently released Age of Ultron trailer racking up over 34 million views in the first 24 hours, it's beginning to look like the movie will set new box office records.

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