David Ayer’s ‘Suicide Squad’ Is Targeting Major Talent, Including Ryan Gosling And Will Smith!

Yesterday the internet exploded when Warner Bros. released their entire slate of DC Comics film adaptations. Everyone knew they were going to respond to all the attention Marvel has been receiving lately, but no one expected them to unveil the impressive list down below.

The press release yesterday morning revealed the following…

“And, in a massive expansion of the Studio’s DC Entertainment-branded content, Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema will release a slate of at least 10 movies–as well as stand-alone Batman and Superman films–from 2016 through 2020 that expands this prized universe of characters:

“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” directed by Zack Snyder (2016)
“Suicide Squad” directed by David Ayer (2016)
“Wonder Woman” starring Gal Gadot (2017)
“Justice League Part One” directed by Zack Snyder (2017)
“The Flash” starring Ezra Miller (2018)
“Aquaman” (2018)
“Shazam” (2019)
“Justice League Part Two” directed by Zack Snyder (2019)
“Cyborg” (2020)
“Green Lantern” (2020)”

Exciting news, right? How could this news get even better? What if we told you that Ryan Gosling, Will Smith, Margot Robbie and Tom Hardy might star in Suicide Squad?

That’s a pretty impressive cast. A little too impressive. It seems unlikely that every casting wish will come true for David Ayer, but then again his upcoming film Fury stars Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf and Michael Pena. It’s important to remember that neither Ryan Gosling nor Will Smith have signed anything. The report just states that they have been approached, along with Tom Hardy and Margot Robbie.

We will keep you updated as we learn more information.

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