The first movie was nothing less than appalling, and now the Warner Bros. has announced that there would be a sequel as if one wasn’t enough.
And I sincerely hope it will not be another massive waste of money, talent and time.
Trailer, Release Date
Warner Bros has officially confirmed that the sequel to the flop film Suicide Squad 2 will hit screens on August 6, 2021.
Amanda Waller is set to stage another suicide squadron, which might prove fatal to a few of the characters.
I feel it is the proper use of deaths that might redeem this film from the deep abyss of lousy filmmaking “couldn’t be more thrilled to work with [Gunn] on Suicide Squad.”
James Gunn said. He added that he couldn’t be happier with the roles that he would like to see in his movie.
Not many are expected to show up on the first week, but some hardcore fans will surely be ready to muster the courage and coins to watch another gang of misfits thrown into another over the top situation.
As a movie, I’d like it to be fun and exciting without relying on random jarring visual effect. A proper story and character-driven film would go a long way than throwing in some facts and expecting people will deliver.
I feel sorry for all this mishap as a DC fan myself. I feel more worthless because I saw the first film in a cinema hall. So I guess you can imagine my plight.
James Gunn revealed the cast that will be returning for the new season:
Daniela Melchior, Sean Gunn, Joel Kinnaman, Mayling Ng, Flula Borg, Nathan Fillion, Joaquin Cosio, Alice Braga, Viola Davis, Michael Rooker, Idris Elba, Margot Robbie, Juan Diego Botto, Strom Reid, Pete Davidson, Steve Agee, Tinashe Kajese, Taika Watiti, Peter Capaldi, Julid Ruiz, Jennifer Holland, Jai Courtney, John Cena, David Dastmalchian.