Gunn reveals how his own life informed the show. "I'm a guy who was on lots of drugs and messed up by the time I was in my teenage years."
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James Gunn and the cast of "The Suicide Squad" talk death-filled superhero ensemble.
Margot Robbie, "The Suicide Squad" cast compare and contrast DC's latest with Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy," also written and directed by James Gunn.
Director Justin Lin and the cast of "F9" talk craziest shenanigans from the new "Fast and Furious" sequel.
Mike Mizanin opens up about his sometimes bumpy road in pro wrestling and "trying to kick the door in" on Hollywood like Johnson, Cena and Bautista before him.
Director Justin Lin's latest sneak peek confirms the "Fast and Furious" franchise will blast off. Meanwhile, fans flipping out over revelation that Paul Walker's character is still alive in the "Fast" universe.
E! News can confirm WWE star John Cena is married to girlfriend Shay Shariatzadeh after dating for less than two years.
Oliver accused Trump of pushing conspiracy theories since the beginning of the coronavirus and enlisted Alex Trebek, among others, to urge people not to believe them.
"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" host is "freaking out" over his Michelob Ultra Super Bowl commercial.
Familiar faces return in the first trailer for "Fast & Furious 9," where Dom's team prepares (with rockets) for its biggest threat yet.
Robert Downey Jr. lives on a rescue farm in Malibu -- but that does not mean he talks to animals in real life.
Benjamin Russo, 9, built a mosaic of John Cena’s face and shared it on YouTube, where it’s been viewed more than 28,000 times.
The "Total Bellas" star has been sitting on some major news: She’s engaged to "Dancing With the Stars" pro Artem Chigvintsev. And the proposal took place months ago.
As fires — including the Getty fire in West Los Angeles — continue to rage across California, John Cena is helping out heroic first responders.
The "Avengers" star plays Doctor Dolittle in the epic fantasy adventure, which co-stars Antonio Banderas.
John Cena is the latest Hollywood tough guy to show his silly and sensitive side in the family comedy “Playing With Fire.”In the film, Cena plays a firefighter turned babysitter when he’s forced to look after a family of kids he rescued from a blaze as he tracks down their parents. And before long, this hardened professional finds himself swimming in bubble baths and playing friendly games of dodgeball with the little kids he’s watching over.Oh, and of course the firefighters have a mean attack dog that doesn’t stay so mean once he meets this family.Also Read: John Cena Says 'Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader' Is More About Learning Than Winning“No! Sit,” the young Finley Rose Slater says in the trailer to their charging pit bull Masher. “I think the baby just broke your dog,” John Leguizamo’s character responds.“Playing With Fire” is directed by Andy Fickman and is being released by Paramount Pictures and Paramount Players in association with Walden Media. Cena stars alongside Keegan-Michael Key, Leguizamo, Brianna Hildebrand, Dennis Haybert and Judy Greer.Mark Moran is the executive producer, and Todd Garner and Sean Robbins are producing. Dan Ewen and Matthew Liberman wrote the screenplay.“Playing With Fire” opens in theaters on Nov. 8. Watch the first trailer above.Read original story John Cena Battles Blazing Infernos and Family Chaos in First ‘Playing With Fire’ Trailer (Video) At TheWrap