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Box office returns for Suicide Squad help propel Warner Bros. and Time Warner to strong 2016 earnings.
Zack Snyder's favorite photographer recently released never seen before photos of Harley Quinn and a pre-Enchantress June Moon.
Newly released concept art from the David Ayer film shows alternate takes on Joker, Harley Quinn and Enchantress.
Harley Quinn and the Joker take center stage in a teaser for the 134-minute "Extended Cut."
Fans awaiting an exhaustive extended cut of "Suicide Squad" might be a bit disappointed by the amount of extra footage it will apparently contain.
A new side of the Clown Prince of Crime emerges in this behind-the-scenes photo from the Warner Bros. film.
Warner Bros. has released a 30-second teaser for the release of an Extended Cut of Suicide Squad on Digital HD and Blu-ray.
New concept art delivers new looks for the Squad members.
If there was any doubt before, the DC Films release proves that sometimes it pays to be bad.
Gotham's most dangerous couple are "Crazy in Love" in this fan-made mash-up "Fifty Shades of Joker."
With a $718.8 million tally, "Suicide Squad" has inched past the worldwide total of the acclaimed 2014 Marvel film.
Margot Robbie has signed a first-look deal with Warner Bros., which has opened the door for her to executive produce the "Suicide Squad" spinoff movie.
The rising cosplay star is gaining fan support for her "Suicide Squad"-accurate look.
The Clown Prince of Crime gives the Dark Knight's cape and cowl a custom makeover with this 1/6th-scale collectible figure from Hot Toys.
Adding another $10.1 million to its coffers in its sixth weekend of release, the Warner Bros. film passes the $700 million mark worldwide.
"Arrow" Executive Producer Greg Berlanti reveals Task Force X was introduced on the series to help pave the way for the "Suicide Squad" film.
CineFix gives the “Suicide Squad” trailer the "Homemade Movies" treatment on an epic, if astonishingly low-budget, scale.
The "Fury" star and director David Ayer nearly reunited on the DC blockbuster, but the studio didn't want his brand of 'crazy' in the mix.
David Ayer took to Twitter to thank fans for financially supporting the latest DC Films movie and celebrate its box office success.