After the crazy past year of election time, it's sometimes nice to escape into the holiday season, and nothing says holiday like seeing Santa Claus, but even better is seeing that sexy man celebrity working that red and white outfits in ways that the old guy just can't.
If "Suicide Squad" left you wanting more, then last week's release of the extended cut which gave you thirteen more minutes of footage might have satisfied some of you. One of the characters that fans felt were cheated in the movie aka the Joker
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are crediting each other with helping both of them recover from their respective divorces. They feel so strongly at this point, that they’re not afraid of going down the wedding aisle one more time
The trailers for DCs upcoming “Suicide Squad” movie promises to give viewers a potentially better movie than "Batman V Superman." But that can’t happen if casual moviegoers don’t know what they’re about to watch
There have been countless occasions where actors underwent drastic physical transformations in order to embrace a movie character. From Jared Leto in Chapter 27 (where he gained 67 pounds) to Chris Hemsworth in In the Heart of the Sea (where he lost 40 pounds)
Oh, the holiday season. It brings us so much joy. So much excitement. So much Santa loving hotness. I mean really, is there anything better than our favorite famous men dressed as Santa? Now there’s a fantasy.
Now, I’m no superhero fan but the more and more I see about the upcoming Suicide Squad movie the more excited I get! A few days ago, David Ayer gave fans a heads up about his important reveal by tweeting “Get Ready.”
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