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The Ultimate Weapon Trailer: Bright!

Bright – Ward (Will Smith), Jakoby (Joel Edgerton) – Photo by Jonas Stolpe/Courtesy of Netflix.

In a world where humans, orcs and elves are just trying to get along, a police diversity initiative partners Ward, a human, with Jakoby, an orc.

Then someone discovers the ultimate weapon – a magic wand!

Netflix’s Bright is directed by David Ayer (Fury, Suicide Squad) and premieres on December 22nd.

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First Orc Joins SCLAPD!

BRIGHT – LAPD Officers Nicolas Jakoby (Joel Edgerton) and Scott Ward (Will Smith) – Photo by Jonas Stolpe/Courtesy of Netflix

Today marks a genuine first – Nicolas Jakoby, an orc, has officially become part of the South Central Los Angeles Police Department where he will be partnered with veteran Officer Scott Ward.

Jakoby and Ward are the subjects of a new film by David Ayer (Fury, Suicide Squad) that will be coming to Netflix in December, 2017.

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Supernaturally Intriguing Trailer: Bright!

BRIGHT – Ward (Will smith), Jakoby (Joel Edgerton) – Photo courtesy of Netflix

What would the world be like if everything was exactly the same as it now, but there were orcs, elves and fairies as well as human beings?

David Ayers’ Bright – stars Will Smith as Ward, a human cop who is partnered with Jakoby (Joel Edgerton), an orc, on a routine night patrol that turns out to be anything but.

Bright premieres in December – exclusively on Netflix.

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Suicide Squad Tops Batman v Superman!

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After the disappointment of Batman v. Superman – it was merely okay – Suicide Squad is a definite step in the right direction.

Despite having too many characters to give any but a handful more than the sketchiest of backgrounds, it’s smarter and more fun than BvS (though not the mad romp the last few trailers suggested it would be).

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Warner Bros. Releases Key Character Videos from Suicide Squad!

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Warner Bros. continues its inspired marketing for David Ayer’s Suicide Squad with a number of nifty character videos featuring Joker, Harley, Amanda Waller and the featured characters from the film.

Check them out after the break. Suicide Squad opens on August, 5th.

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Vexacious Trailer: Suicide Squad!

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The first Suicide Squad trailer proclaimed ‘this is a film!’ The second suggested, ‘This is Film – but with these characters it will be fun!’

The new trailer focuses completely on the fun part of that equation with Harley leading the way and Deadshot getting a pretty great moment, too – set to Sweet’s Ballroom Blitz. The whole ‘Worst. Heroes. Ever.’ thing still applies…

Check it out after the break. Suicide Squad opens on August 5th.

That’s What We Do Trailer: Suicide Squad: We’re Bad Guys!

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The teaser trailer for Suicide Squad was dark and twisted and very cinematic – it was the one of the best trailers of the second half of 2015.

A new trailer aired on a CW special about the upcoming Warner Bros. movies that establish what host Kevin Smith called the ‘Justice League Universe.’ The new trailer puts a little more emphasis on the individuals that comprise the Suicide Squad and it is truly bananas.

Suicide Squad opens on March 25th. Check the new trailer out after the break.

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Fury – Ideals are Peaceful, History is Violent!

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Fury ratchets up the intensity from the opening moments and maintains it for over two hours through the introduction of characters that initially feel stock but become something else – and escalating violence and hints at the erosion of decency that war can cause.

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