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Margot Robbie Signed To DC Comics’ Suicide Squad

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According to Collider, the deal is done. Their sources claim Margot Robbie is set to play Harley Quinn in DC Comics’ upcoming Suicide Squad directed by David Ayer. For those who don’t know who the character is, she’s a psychiatrist named Dr. Harleen Quinzel who eventually becomes The Joker’s girlfriend after he seduces her. Ayer describes the film as ‘The Dirty Dozen with supervillains.’

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Matt Damon has previously claimed he was happy about the way Jason Bourne’s storlyine ended in The Bourne Ultimatum. He told CNBC, “It felt like such a good way to end it the last time.” In the same breath though he did say, “But having said that, I love that character and I’d love to see what happened to him.” It appears he’s about to find out.

The 44-year-old actor confirmed to E! that he’s returning to the spy franchise, confirming months of speculation about his involvement. “It’ll be in 2016 when the movie will actually come out. [Director] Paul Greengrass is going to do another one and that’s all I ever said. I just needed him to say yes,” he said about his comeback.

Greengrass directed the second and third installment (The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum) but opted out of 2012′s The Bourne Legacy. Does this mean moviegoers can expect to see Damon joining forces with Jeremy Renner who took over the mantel after Damon’s departure? Find out below.

Jeremy Renner in or out after the jump


It’s a shame Disney/Pixar couldn’t resist the urge to produce another installment. As it stood, the Toy Story trilogy was perfect, with the third installment a perfect and touching end to Andy’s relationship with his toys. But in the end, the almighty dollar won.

Woody, Buzz and crew haven’t exactly been missing in action since their last feature film. The beloved characters have appeared in a series of short films and television specials including a Hawaiian vacation and a Halloween broadcast special for ABC. On June 16, 2017, they head back to the silver screen. John Lasseter who directed the first two films returns for Toy Story 4. In fact, Lasseter hasn’t directed a film since Toy Story 2 in 2011.

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With her hair pulled up, doesn’t Lorde look a bit like the love child of La Roux and Florence Welch? A little, right?

To celebrate her 18th birthday (November 7), the Kiwi singer-songwriter debuts the music video for “Yellow Flickr Beat,” one of her many contributions to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 soundtrack. Directed by Emily Kai Bock, the clip shows Lorde swaying her arms and moving her body in her signature uniquely awkward way while staying at some neon-lit motel room. This isn’t your airport HoJo ;)

Yellow Flicker Beat” was co-written by Lorde and produced by Paul Epworth who was responsible for Adele’s Academy Award-winning “Skyfall.” Should we prepare ourselves to see Lorde accepting an Oscar come February 2015? Check out the clip below.

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Now, this FETCH!!! Tina Fey reunites with her Mean Girls to pose for several epic photos for Entertainment Weekly’s annual Reunions issue. Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, Lindsay Lohan and Fey all look stunning in their coordinated gold and champagne gowns. When asked about a potential sequel to the cult favorite, the 30 Rock actress said the following:

“At the time we did want to start the conversation about the sequel, and for whatever reason I was like, “No!!! We shouldn’t do that!” Now I look back and I’m like, “Why?” But now, no—it’s too late now.”

As fabulous as their reunion is, the publication also snagged several other impressive reunions. With an all-female Ghostbusters flick in the works, the original stars Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver, Dan Aykroyd, Ivan Reitman, Ernie Hudson, and Annie Potts also talked about old times. The men of Monty Python, ladies of Sisters (love that show), The Fabulous Baker Boys, Little House On The Prairie, Napoleon Dynamite and Sports Night also walked down memory lane. Check out some of the photos below.

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From the director of District 9 and Elysium, comes a tale about one machine’s journey to be his own man. Chappie is another sci-fi flick from Neill Blomkamp set in a futuristic version of South Africa.

Chappie, voiced by Blomkamp’s frequent collaborator Sharlto Copley, is a robot with a mind and innocence of a child. He’s the first robot with the ability to think and feel for himself. Due to his naivety, he’s manipulated by local gangsters into doing their criminal bidding.

Dev Patel plays a Geppetto-like father figure to Chappie. He along with South African rappers Die Antwoord who play themselves attempt to guide Chappie in the right direction. Hugh Jackman is an anti-A.I. emissary on a mission to turn the titular robot into scrap metal.

Chappie hits theaters on March 6, 2015. In my opinion, it’s Artificial Intelligence meets E.T. meets Pinocchio. It looks surprisingly heartwarming. At least that’s the vibe I get from the first trailer. Check it out below.

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If she ever gets tired of her day job, Lorde could definitely find permanent work curating soundtracks. Every track that’s premiered so far off The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 has been spot on. Each has conveyed a sense of melancholy fittingly perfect for Katniss Everdeen’s revolution. The latest track continues the somber trend.

Ever since Nic featured CHVRCHES as a rising artist, I’ve been a fan of the Scottish trio. From their original tracks to their sensational covers, the group has won me over with each new offering. Frontwoman Lauren Mayberry’s vocals over the airy synths of “Dead Air” is pure perfection. Dare I say, it’s the best track so far off the soundtrack. Even better than the Kiwi singer’s “Yellow Flicker Beat.” Sorry Lorde ;) Give it a listen below.

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After more than 70 million votes cast by fans this year, the 2015 People’s Choice Awards nominations have been unveiled. Mom stars Anna Faris and Allison Janney announced the nominees earlier today and will also reveal the winners when they host the ceremony airing on CBS on January 7, 2015. The annual event celebrates favorites from the movies, television and music.

Shailene Woodley and Channing Tatum lead the pack in the movie categories. With two hit films under her belt in 2014 (Divergent and The Fault In our Stars) Woodley scores four nods. Meanwhile, Tatum earned his three nominations all from 22 Jump Street.

In TV, Grey’s Anatomy, Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries lead the pack with the most nominations. The awards show has a couple of fun categories including “Favorite TV Character We Miss Most” and “Favorite TV Icon.”

With regards to music, Sam Smith is tops with four nominations, including “Breakout Artist.” Newbie Meghan Trainor also received some love for her infectious “All About The Bass.” Check out all the nominations below. To make your voice heard, click here for your favorites.

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