Scott Eastwood

‘Suicide Squad’ Deathstroke Actor Revealed?

‘Suicide Squad’ Deathstroke Actor Revealed?

Ever since Suicide Squad started production in Toronto back in April, several supporting characters have been confirmed, while others still remain a mystery. Two of the actors whose characters have yet to be revealed are Common and Scott Eastwood, but today we have a new rumor from Heroic Hollywood that claims to uncovers their true identities. There will be potential SPOILERS for Suicide Squad below, so read on at your own risk.

Last week, photos from the set showed Common sporting a number of intricate tattoos, which lead to speculation that he is playing the DC Comics character Abel Tarrant, a.k.a. The Tattooed Man. This new report confirms that the actor/musician is playing The Tattooed Man, but we still don't know how significant his role is in this jam-packed superhero movie. As for Scott Eastwood, an insider reportedly saw the name featured on the actor's costume, which reads "S. Wilson," meaning he is actually playing Slade Wilson, a.k.a. Deathstroke.

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‘Wonder Woman’ Won't Have Scott Eastwood as Steve Trevor?

‘Wonder Woman’ Won't Have Scott Eastwood as Steve Trevor?

The news falls in line with a report from earlier today, which revealed that Warner Bros. is now seeking actors for the Steve Trevor role in Wonder Woman, but this is the first we're hearing about Alexander Skarsgård and Liam Hemsworth testing. It isn't known who Scott Eastwood is playing, but he has signed on for three DC movies as well. Of course, Gal Gadot is set to star as Wonder Woman, after her character will be introduced in next year's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Who do you think would be a good fit for Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman? Let us know below.

Wonder Woman comes to theaters June 23rd, 2017.

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‘Suicide Squad’: Scott Eastwood Is Wonder Woman's Boyfriend Steve Trevor?

‘Suicide Squad’: Scott Eastwood Is Wonder Woman's Boyfriend Steve Trevor?

Over the weekend, it was announced that Scott Eastwood and Ray Olubowale are the latest to join the cast of DC and Warner Bros.' comic book adventure Suicide Squad. At the time, the roles were unknown, but it was rumored that Olubowale would play King Shark. Latino Review is back on the scene this morning with a new scoop. They confirm that Olubowale will in fact perform motion capture for King Shark, and that Scott Eastwood has a cameo as Steve Trevor before moving into the 2017 standalone adventure Wonder Woman, where he will play Diana Prince's love interest and handler.

Because Scott Eastwood will have a substantial role in Wonder Woman, his casting and character were supposed to be kept a secret. It is speculated that A.R.G.U.S. may also be featured in both Wonder Woman and Suicide Squad. But none of this has been confirmed by DC or Warner Bros. It is said that Scott Eastwood was originally wanted for Rick Flagg, but took this role instead. The actor previously worked with David Ayer on Fury.

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‘Suicide Squad’: Scott Eastwood & Ray Olubowale Join Cast in Unknown Roles

‘Suicide Squad’: Scott Eastwood & Ray Olubowale Join Cast in Unknown Roles

With production scheduled to start up next month in Toronto on Suicide Squad, eTalk CTV and The Toronto Sun are reporting that actors Scott Eastwood and Ray Olubowale have joined the cast. No details were given in regards to what characters they may be playing, but there are rumors that Ray Olubowale is playing King Shark, but that has not been confirmed. Hopefully we'll get confirmation about who they are playing as we get closer to production starting up.

The actors join a growing cast that includes Will Smith (Deadshot), Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn), Jared Leto (The Joker), Jai Courtney (Boomerang), Joel Kinnaman (Rick Flagg), Cara Delevingne (Enchantress) and Viola Davis (Amanda Waller). No story details have been confirmed at this time, but hopefully we'll get an official synopsis when production begins on director David Ayer's comic book adaptation. Scott Eastwood last starred in David Ayer's Fury, and he will next be seen in The Longest Ride and Snowden. Ray Olubowale, a former Canadian boxing champion, has starred in Resident Evil: Afterlife and Resident Evil: Retribution.

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‘Longest Ride’ Valentine's Day Trailer with Scott Eastwood

‘Longest Ride’ Valentine's Day Trailer with Scott Eastwood

This Valentine's Day belongs to Fifty Shades of Grey, which means all you lovelorn Nicholas Sparks fans will have to wait until this spring to see his latest adaptation The Longest Ride. But to celebrate the impending lover's holiday, 20th Century Fox has released a special Valentine's Day trailer for this romantic drama.

Based on the bestselling novel by master storyteller Nicholas Sparks, The Longest Ride centers on the star-crossed love affair between Luke, a former champion bull rider looking to make a comeback, and Sophia, a college student who is about to embark upon her dream job in New York City's art world.  As conflicting paths and ideals test their relationship, Sophia and Luke make an unexpected and fateful connection with Ira, whose memories of his own decades-long romance with his beloved wife deeply inspire the young couple.

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Scott Eastwood Joins Nicholas Sparks' ‘The Longest Ride’

Scott Eastwood Joins Nicholas Sparks' ‘The Longest Ride’

Scott Eastwood, the son of legendary filmmaker/actor Clint Eastwood, has landed his first major starring role in Fox 2000's Nicholas Sparks adaptation The Longest Ride.

The story centers on an elderly man who becomes stranded after a car crash, which forces him to reflect on his past with the love of his life whom he lost. In a nearby town, a cowboy (Scott Eastwood) and a college senior fall for one another, as this new relationship begins to alter their lives forever. The plot follows both stories that eventually intertwine. Fox 2000 acquired the rights to this novel back in February, seven months before it was published in September.

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Scott Eastwood Joins the Cast of ‘Fury’

Scott Eastwood Joins the Cast of ‘Fury’

The actor plays Sergeant Miles in director David Ayer's true-story World War II drama about a five-man tank unit stuck behind enemy lines.

‘Trouble with the Curve’ Adds Scott Eastwood

Clint Eastwood will star alongside his son in this Warner Bros. baseball drama.