Batmobile chases Joker through Toronto in ‘Suicide Squad’ shoot

26 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Batmobile chases Joker through Toronto in ‘Suicide Squad’ shoot.

The new-look Batmobile hit the streets of Toronto overnight to film a car chase with the Joker for the upcoming film “Suicide Squad,” in a scene that drew a considerable crowd downtown.David Ayer is directing Suicide Squad which is due to be released on August 5, 2016 and concerns a group of supervillians recruited by the government to carry out under-the-radar missions that the superheroes won’t go near.The movie shoot also took over the intersection of Bay Street and Wellington Street this weekend, catching the eyes of those passing as crews staged a helicopter crash scene.

Dozens of images and videos flooded social media late Monday, as people lined the sidewalks to watch the Batmobile chase the Joker’s bright purple sports car up Yonge Street for the shoot. “Suicide Squad” is a DC Comics film featuring a team of jailed supervillains forced to go on high-risk missions for the American government. Jared Leto will star as The Joke with Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn, Will Smith as Deadshot, Jai Courtney as Captain Boomerang, Joel Kinnaman as Rick Flag, Jay Hernandez as El Diablo, Djimon Hounsou as Killer Croc and Cara Delevingne as Enchantress. With the low Canadian dollar, Toronto has become a popular location for U.S. production companies to shoot movies because it is cheaper to produce films.

Affleck was also photographed in Toronto last month, and a pointy-eared figure hidden under a tarp was spotted on the “Suicide Squad” set around the same time. Crews sprayed the Boeing 777 with a “water cannon salute” as the aircraft taxied to the gate. “It’s an emotional rollercoaster, I’m going to really miss my career,” Cameron said after touching down in Toronto. “I enjoyed it immensely for 37 years. A collective bargaining update sent out by the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario said the next level of strike action will begin June 1, if the union and school boards can’t reach an agreement.

The first round saw teachers withdraw from administrative duties including writing comments on report cards and participating in professional development initiatives. “Despite the fact that our ETFO collective agreements expired nine months ago, OPSBA and the Liberal government do not seem interested in reaching a reasonable and fair collective agreement with ETFO,” union president Sam Hammond told CTV Toronto’s Naomi Parness. The elementary strike began as the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation walked away from contract negotiations with the Rainbow District, Peel Region and Durham Region School Boards. On Monday, the Ontario Liberal government introduced back-to-work legislation that would affect the striking high school teachers, but Premier Kathleen Wynne’s hope to have it quickly passed with unanimous consent was blocked by the NDP.

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