Superhero movies

Suicide Squad director joins Margot Robbie for female DC villains movie

Actor will reprise Harley Quinn role for film-maker David Ayer in Gotham City Sirens, inspired by recent comic about murderous women from Batmans past Margot Robbie is set to reprise her role of Harley Quinn for an all-female DC villains movie. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Gotham City Sirens will reunite the star with her Suicide Squad director, David Ayer. Robbie will also act as executive producer. The project will be scripted by Geneva Robertson-Dworet, who is also behind the forthcoming Tomb Raider reboot. The film will take its inspiration from a recent comic series about murderous women from Batmans past. Quinn is the only confirmed character as yet but other potential villains include Catwoman and Poison Ivy. Im so not done playing that character yet and theres so much more to do with her, I think, and as anyone whos read the comics knows, theres a million different storylines to explore, Robbie said in an interview earlier this year. Theres just so much you can do in the DC Universe, so I think it would be cool. Despite a troubled production and negative reviews, Suicide Squad was a big hit for Warner Bros, making $745m worldwide. Robbies character had

Biopic of psychologist who created Wonder Woman heading to big screen

Professor Marston & The Wonder Women will focus on Dr William Moulton Marston and the women in his life A biopic of the psychologist who created Wonder Woman is set to land in cinemas. Professor Marston & The Wonder Women will tell the true story of Dr William Moulton Marston, who created the character in 1941 and his unconventional love life. Marston was married to a fellow psychologist but the pair were in a polyamorous relationship with a former student of his. Luke Evans, currently starring in The Girl on the Train, will take on the lead role with Rebecca Hall as his wife and The Neon Demon star Bella Heathcote as the third member of their relationship. According to Deadline, the film will be written and directed by Angela Robinson, whose credits include 2005s Herbie: Fully Loaded and TV shows such as The L Word and True Blood. Marstons creation was apparently inspired by the feminism of his two partners and after his death, the women raised the couples children together. The film will also focus on the difficulties they faced, including homophobia from those around them. The film began production this week and will follow the upcoming Wonder