Possible Look At The Joker For The Upcoming Suicide Squad Film

Suicide Squad is a movie based on the DC comic about a band of “supervillains” who are “teamed together by a government agency,” states ign.com. ¬†It is scheduled for release on August 5th, 2016.

Actor Jared Leto has previously documented his transformation into the Joker on social media without makeup, but we now might have our first full look at Leto’s take on the iconic villain.

Earlier this month, Suicide Squad director David Ayer tweeted the first look at Leto as the Joker, sporting green hair and striking “The Killing Joke” pose.

A close-up of the actor then appeared last week, adding red lips to the signature hairstyle.

But a recent photo that surfaced on Twitter appears to show Leto holding a photo of himself in full Joker make-up.

Although the picture quality is a little blurry, it is the most in-character image of Leto that has been revealed thus far, states ign.com.

More here:

http://www.ign.com/articles/2015/04/20/suicide-squad-possible-first-look-at-jared-leto-as-the-joker

Immense Typhoon Headed Toward Philippines

An immense and powerful typhoon is headed toward the Philippines.

It is called Super Typhoon Maysak, and it left at least five people dead after slamming into the Micronesian island of Chuuk.

The typhoon is expected to weaken as it approaches the Philippines, forecasters say, but it looked plenty powerful Tuesday, when astronauts aboard the International Space Station captured some incredible images of the storm.

Italian astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti took several photos of the typhoon on Tuesday, when Maysak’s maximum sustained winds were 160 mph. “Commands respect even from space,” Cristoforetti wrote on Twitter.

Terry Virts, an American astronaut aboard the International Space Station, took several other shots of the typhoon’s enormous eye. “It seemed like a black hole from a Sci-Fi movie,” Virts tweeted, according to Yahoo! News.

The typhoon is the third to impact the western Pacific this year, and it lashed the tiny island of Yap on Wednesday before weakening, Philippine weather officials said.

Maysak, now carrying maximum winds of 118 mph, is expected to make landfall in the Philippines on Saturday.