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THE SUICIDE SQUAD | August 6 2021 | Warner Brothers | James Gunn writing and directing

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Really didn’t like guardians of the galaxy and the sequel was worse. Have the feeling this is just Guardians with different characters and if so I’ll probably pass.

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9 minutes ago, CoolioD1 said:

 

Squadians assemble.

Loved guardians 1 and the second was good as well so I’m really happy he’s directing this. 

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July 2018 will forever live in infamy.

The fallout is just merely beginning.

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So this is basically a soft reboot. Can't say I'm surprised tbh. Wonder if the tone will be more akin to something like Super than the GOTG films

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Trying to remember the last property that was rebooted after only 5 years...hope they pick totally different members this time.

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18 minutes ago, The Futurist said:

July 2018 will forever live in infamy.

The fallout is just merely beginning.

The end you’ve always feared is coming. It’s coming. And the blood will be on your hands. The fallout of all your good intentions.

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1 minute ago, Morieris said:

Trying to remember the last property that was rebooted after only 5 years...hope they pick totally different members this time.

Spider-Man lol

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Just now, Darth Lehnsherr said:

Spider-Man lol

 

I forgot all about TASM line lmao

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Sounds more soft reboot then hard. Surprised to hear they're not going to bring Will Smith back tbh.

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14 minutes ago, Mulder said:

Sounds more soft reboot then hard. Surprised to hear they're not going to bring Will Smith back tbh.

RIP Caution in the Wild

 

 

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Don't know enough about comics to start fan casting characters but I do have a question.

Are main cast actors in these kinds of movies technically allowed to be in "rival" brands? is there like a "no competition" thing in their marvel contract? Anyone know? @Barnack

Not that Bautista wants to keep his marvel contract but just wondering.

 

I hope James gunns brother has an accident just before #theSquad begins shooting, because he really can't act. Rooker and Bautista are good to join though.

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18 minutes ago, Mulder said:

Sounds more soft reboot then hard. Surprised to hear they're not going to bring Will Smith back tbh.

When you have Visionary Director James "priest" Gunn, that makes up for the $30million price that Will Smith would charge.

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1 hour ago, Morieris said:

Trying to remember the last property that was rebooted after only 5 years...hope they pick totally different members this time.

Spidey was in 4. (TASM 2012, Civil War 2016)

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2 hours ago, Scubasteve716 said:

Have the feeling this is just Guardians with different characters and if so I’ll probably pass.

If you look past the sometimes insufferable amounts quips then Guardians were basically mass murderers with clear emotional issues.

 

So they were Suicide Squad just without an Oscar :insane:

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2 hours ago, Alli said:

so no Margot robbie, will smith?

They said "mostly" new cast.  They're obviously leaving room for her, and I'm sure they'd be happy to have Will Smith back, too...but I think that's less likely to happen.

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57 minutes ago, Avatree said:

Are main cast actors in these kinds of movies technically allowed to be in "rival" brands? is there like a "no competition" thing in their marvel contract? Anyone know? @Barnack

Maybe unofficially but it would probably not hold in court:

 

https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=ebf92549-0785-47d8-829e-495eaa35ecce

 

The contracts purported to limit Trejo in playing vigilante characters in other films or appearing in films “similar” to Vengeance, and imposed a term of “at least” eight years on these (and other) contractual obligations. The contracts also (ambiguously) paved the way for Medina/ITN Flix to recover as commission part of the proceeds of the commercial exploitation of certain rights.

 

First, Section 16600 maintains that “[e]very contract by which anyone is restrained from engaging in a lawful profession, trade, or business of any kind is to that extend void.” 

 

Non competitive close are really limited in scope and time and need to be really clear usually and tend to about bringing clients/knowledge acquired from an employer to a direct competitor, would be hard to apply that to an actor.

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Barnack said:

Maybe unofficially but it would probably not hold in court:

 

https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=ebf92549-0785-47d8-829e-495eaa35ecce

 

The contracts purported to limit Trejo in playing vigilante characters in other films or appearing in films “similar” to Vengeance, and imposed a term of “at least” eight years on these (and other) contractual obligations. The contracts also (ambiguously) paved the way for Medina/ITN Flix to recover as commission part of the proceeds of the commercial exploitation of certain rights.

 

First, Section 16600 maintains that “[e]very contract by which anyone is restrained from engaging in a lawful profession, trade, or business of any kind is to that extend void.” 

 

Non competitive close are really limited in scope and time and need to be really clear usually and tend to about bringing clients/knowledge acquired from an employer to a direct competitor, would be hard to apply that to an actor.

 

 

Thanks buddy. 

Yeah I'd think that sort of thing in a contract wouldn't hold in court, it certainly wouldn't here, but in America everyone loves to sue each other for that sort of thing so thought maybe it's a bit different.

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