Quick News: Squad, Davis, Hardy, Ambulance
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League
It was rumored last month and now it’s official, Rocksteady Studios’ highly-anticipated game “Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League” has been officially pushed to Spring 2023. No reason for the delay has been given. [Source: Twitter]
“Maya and the Three” creator Jorge Gutierrez has set his first animated feature “I, Chihuahua” at Netflix with comedian Gabriel ‘Fluffy’ Iglesias (“Magic Mike XXL”) to produce and star.
The story follows a scrappy masked Luchador Chihuahua who embarks on a hilarious and action-packed journey around the world to fight for his family after learning his beloved home is in danger. [Source: Deadline]
The Hardy Boys
Hulu has released the full trailer for the second season of the 1980s-set mystery drama series “The Hardy Boys” with the full season to premiere on the service from April 6th.
Set six months after the events of the first season, the brothers return to their investigative routine after a classmate mysteriously disappears. Rohan Campbell and Alexander Elliot star.
A new featurette is out for Michael Bay’s newest film “Ambulance” with the clip focusing on the drone photography techniques used by the helmer including an FPV drone piloted via VR headset that can capture unique shots and angles.
Jake Gyllenhaal, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Eiza Gonzalez star in the film about a career criminal and a decorated veteran who attempt to pull off the biggest bank heist in Los Angeles history. The film hits cinemas on April 8th.