Although it has not yet been released (except in the UK), “The Suicide Squad” has been very well received by specialist critics, while being one of the most anticipated productions of the year. That’s why Warner Bros. has confirmed that director James Gunn will be returning (in one form or another) in an upcoming DC Universe movie, according to Walter Hamada, an executive in charge of that studio division.

This conformation was announced by The Hollywood Reporter in an article in which members of the cast and production team of “The Suicide Squad” were interviewed, where Hamada was asked about the possibility of Gunn’s return. in the franchise once you’re done with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 ”.

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” He will come back. We have more material planned, ”Hamada replied. “The Suicide Squad” has an estimated projection of $ 70 million for its debut weekend in theaters, which could be the biggest weekend in international cinema after the pandemic began. If that prediction comes true, Gunn would have the doors open for a future return to Warner Bros. Studios.

“The Suicide Squad” once again presents the walls of Belle Reve, the prison responsible for locking up the most dangerous supervillains in the DC Comics universe, and is also the headquarters of Task Force X, a trained team. by those individuals who are just looking for a way to reduce their sentences, including colorful characters like Captain Boomerang, King Shark, Ratcatcher II. Peacemaker, Polka Dot Man and the fabulous Harley Quinn.

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James Gunn anticipated it was his biggest and most ambitious film to date, preparing a cast that included Viola Davis, Joaquin Cosío, Daniela Melchior, Idris Elba, Margot Robbie, Joel Kinnaman, Jai Courtney, David Dastmalchian, Peter Capaldi and many more. “The Suicide Squad” hits theaters on August 5th.

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