Hair today - gone tomorrow.
Jared Leto looks to have shed his now famous long, luxuriant locks for a trimmed back, bleach blonde look in preparation for his role as the Joker in the upcoming Suicide Squad film. The star posted photos to his Instagram showing a much more clean-cut appearance than he's had in recent months, hot on the heels of Suicide Squad director David Ayers tweeting a photo of Leto's new haircut with the hashtag "#suicidesquad."
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Marvel's "Big Announcement"... Revealed
Last week when Robert Downey Jr. kicked off the daily stream of solo posters for Avengers: Age of Ultron, he promised a big announcement a big announcement eight days from then. Today is that eighth day, but according to Marvel Social Media Manager Adri Cowan, that "big announcement" has come and gone.
Yesterday was the big announcement. C'mon people.— Adri Cowan (@AdriCowan) March 5, 2015
What she's referring to is the new trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron. No explanation was given as to what changed between RDJ's initial announcement of the "big announcement" on Thursday and the trailer debut itself on Wednesday. If you recall, Marvel announced it had the trailer waiting in the wings but would only release it if enough people tweeted a hashtag to promote it. Remember, social media buzz isn't just a pat on the back but worth big dollars to movie companies, especially at that volume.
New WOLVERINE Movie To Start in 2016
Hugh Jackman recently recanted on an end-date for playing Wolverine, but we didn't know how soon he'd do another solo movie -- but now we do.
In a recent Twitter exchange, director of The Wolverine James Mangold revealed that Wolverine 3 will begin shooting early next year.
@mang0ld When does filming start for Wolverine 3???— Rob Anthony Yeadon™ (@R_0_B_89) March 5, 2015
@R_0_B_89 early next year.— Mangold (@mang0ld) March 5, 2015
Though plot details have yet to be disclosed, Jackman has stated in the past that it does draw inspiration from the comics.
Marvel TV Head Talks About Possible AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. / DAREDEVIL Crossover
In an interview with Digital Spy, Marvel TV honcho Jeph Loeb talked Inhumans, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and potential crossovers with Marvel's upcoming Netflix series.
"We have to earn that," said Loeb. "The audience needs to understand who all of these characters are and what the world is before you then start co-mingling in terms of where it's going."
Loeb also revealed that the secret origin of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Skye has been in place since the show's beginning.
"Very early on, there were also a lot of conversations about who her parents are and what happened along the way."
SIF Shows Up In New AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Promo Art
Speaking of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., a new promo poster has surfaced on Entertainment Weekly, heralding the return of Jamie Alexander's Sif to the program, featuring art by Eisner Award-winning artist Marcos Martin.
ARROW's Barrowman To Star In HEAVY METAL Television Series
Finally, according to The Hollywood Reporter's Heat Vision, John Barrowman of Torchwood and Arrow fame is in talks to develop a TV mini-series based on 49th Key, a story by author Erika Lewis and artist J.K. Woodward that appears in the most recent issue of longrunning sci-fi anthology Heavy Metal. 49th Key tells the story of a rogue archaeologist and a young boy who holds the key to another world. Barrowman will executive produce and star in the series.