Harley Quinn fever is officially on with the set photos of the Harley and Joker appearing on the internet. As a comic collector, it is time to stock up on some of the best Harley Quinn covers. Why? If you don’t do it now, be prepared to pay noise bleed prices when the Suicide Squad movie hits in 2016, not to mention a possible standalone Harley Quinn movie in maybe 2018 and beyond.
The new Suicide Squad movie is definitely one of the upcoming movies that we’re most excited about here at GFR. As soon as he was cast as the Joker, you just knew that Jared Leto was gonna be badass in the role. But the recent set photos and videos make you wonder why he went all Miami Vice with the Joker’s style? Kinda makes Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn the stand out in these scenes, eh?
If you’re anxiously awaiting the next installment of Marvel’s superhero movie franchise, then you’ll have to hold on for another year. Just recently, they announced Captain America: Civil War as what they’ll be working on next. And from what we’ve seen of the latest set photos today, it’s shaping up to be a pretty cool movie with an awesome cast.
Last week CBS dropped an extended first look for the upcoming Supergirl series that’s scheduled to be on TV this fall. This one should be pretty good since it’s coming from the same guy who’s behind Flash and Arrow. And this week, they’ve treated us to a second trailer for this cool new superhero series. You won’t believe how amazing it looks at the end of this trailer – if you weren’t excited for this one before, you definitely will be now.
Sure, you can’t hop in your car and visit Tatooine any time you like, but that shouldn’t prevent you from decking out your ride in all the coolest Dark Side gear.
After checking out all the available Star Wars automobile merch, we’ve come up with what we think are the must-have items for your car. See if you agree. And if you’re having trouble deciding between the Stormtrooper and Darth Vader options? Why settle for one when you can choose both!
As a kid, The Blob scared the hell out of me like few other films. Side note: it also may have been the first Steve McQueen movie I ever saw. Hell, I even adore the 1988 remake, it’s awesome. Back in January, it was announced that Simon West, the man behind Con-Air (another movie I love dearly), is going to give the franchise another facelift. He recently spoke about the project, and part of his plan includes giving the amorphous, gelatinous glob a true Hollywood makeover, which apparently includes a new backstory.