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Tom Holland's busy schedule for Spider-Man: Homecoming didn't stop him from visiting Egleston Children’s Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia.



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Twitter Reacts to Spider-Man Homecoming's Decision For Zendaya As Mary Jane Watson

Zendaya will be playing Spider-Man's long-time love interest, Mary Jane Watson in Spider Man: Homecoming, which comes out next summer.

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While up in space and waiting to be deployed into Earth's atmosphere for an underwater Russian facility, Harley Quinn encounters an exciting Pokémon (Mewtwo tho?..), and exclaims "Oooh, There's a Pokecutey up here!"

Suicide Squad #1 is authored by Rob Williams and pencilled by Jim Lee, with Alex Sinclair on coloring duties and Nate Piekos bringing it all together on the lettering. Here's the image of Harley trying to catch 'em all:

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Suicide Squad Director David Ayer said the following on Joker's 'damaged' forehead tattoo:

“Joker killed Robin and Batman basically smashes his teeth out and locks him up in Arkham Asylum,” Ayer said. “It’s in the asylum where Joker would have done the ‘damaged’ tattoo as a message to Batman saying, ‘You’ve damaged me. I was so beautiful before and now you’ve destroyed my face.’ That’s where the grill comes from.”
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Actor Jay Hernandez who plays El Diablo in Suicide Squad doesn't give a flying f**k, man. During his interview with Digital Spy Hernandez said the following regarding the unfavorable reviews rolling in from critics in response to Suicide Squad so far:


"I think it sucks. I mean, you know, obviously we worked hard and tried to give the fans what they wanted, and it's, it's weird that like that some of the criticism I heard was that it was too much like a comic book you know what I'm saying, in term of like, you have these characters uh, uh, being objectified like Harley Quinn. I'm like if, I mean there's certain elements that are just part of being a comic book, and if you're trying to portray that on a film you have to sort of be true to that because if you don't the fans of the comics are going to be offended ya know, so it's like you're trying to satisfy a lot of people."