Director says "maybe one more" character from film will appear on Peacemaker TV show.
James Gunn and the cast of "The Suicide Squad" talk death-filled superhero ensemble.
Margot Robbie, "The Suicide Squad" cast compare and contrast DC's latest with Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy," also written and directed by James Gunn.
James Gunn explains why sequel to "Suicide Squad" is called "The Suicide Squad" and why he didn't stick with his first choice.
Three years later, the filmmaker opens up about being fired from (and ultimately rehired for) Marvel's space-based superhero franchise.
"I'm going to be 54 years old by the time Guardians 3 comes out," he said about why he'll no longer play Drax the Destroyer. "The shirtless thing is getting harder and harder for me."
Sylvester Stallone has joined the cast of James Gunn’s “The Suicide Squad,” the director said on Instagram on Saturday.“Always love working with my friend @officialslystallone & our work today on TheSuicideSquad was no exception,” Gunn wrote on Instagram about the film, a sequel to David Ayer’s 2016 DC Films release “Suicide Squad.” “Despite Sly being an iconic movie star, most people still don’t have any idea what an amazing actor this guy is.”When asked my a fan whether Stallone will be involved with “The Suicide Squad,” Gunn confirmed, “Yep.”Also Read: John Cena's Peacemaker From 'The Suicide Squad' Is Getting an HBO Max Series Written by James GunnStallone recently revealed in an Instagram post that he was on his way to film a scene for the movie; however, it seems the post has been removed.As TheWrap first reported, Gunn wrote the script and will have a completely new take on the property, in which DC supervillains are recruited by the government to carry out secret missions too dirty for the likes of Superman and Batman.The first “Suicide Squad,” which starred Will Smith and Margot Robbie, earned nearly $750 million worldwide on a $175 million budget before promotion and advertising. The film also launched Robbie’s Harley Quinn and Jared Leto’s take on The Joker. But it was not exactly a beloved film — it proved unpopular with critics and fans alike.Also Read: 'The Suicide Squad': James Gunn and Cast Reveal Who the New Characters Are (Video)“The Suicide Squad,” which many hope will offer a course correction after the first film, was written and directed by Gunn and features cast members from the first film along with some new additions. Margot Robbie returns as Harleen Quinzel a.k.a. Harley Quinn. Viola Davis returns as dark ops government operator as Amanda Waller, Joel Kinnaman returns as Rick Flag, the leader of “The Suicide Squad,” and Jai Courtney appears as Captain Boomerang. David Dastmalchian, Daniela Melchior, Pete Davidson, Nathan Fillion, Idris Elba and John Cena also star.See Gunn’s Instagram post below.View this post on Instagram A post shared by James Gunn (@jamesgunn)Read original story Sylvester Stallone Joins ‘The Suicide Squad,’ Director James Gunn Confirms At TheWrap
Check out highlights from the DC Fandome panels for "Wonder Woman 1984," "The Flash," "The Suicide Squad," "Justice League" Snyder Cut, "The Batman" and more.
James Gunn stopped by DC FanDome to talk about The Suicide Squad and he answered the burning question, "who is playing who?" in the forthcoming follow up to the 2016 Warner Bros. movie. Well, here's the answer to that. Viola Davis will reprise her role as Amanda Waller while Joel Kinnaman will play Colonel Rick […]
Warner Bros. Pictures released the trailer for DC Fandome: Hall of Heroes, scheduled to take place Aug. 22 on the website dedicated to the event. In it were tons of teases of the big names participating from Dwayne Johnson (who is playing the titular character in "Black Adam") to Matt Reeves (director of "The Batman) […]
"Guardians of the Galaxy" director James Gunn responds to Martin Scorsese's comments that Marvel movies are "not cinema."
Gunn calls the day he got fired by Disney both the worst day of his life and the greatest.
Though the next installment in the "Suicide Squad" franchise is moving full-steam ahead with the addition of Idris Elba to the team, the movie will now move forward without one of its main characters. Though it was previously reported that Elba would be replacing Will Smith as Deadshot in the new pic, sources now tell […]
EXCLUSIVE: Redemption and second chances have long been superhero movie staples, and today it looks like life has imitated art. I've learned that Disney has reinstated James Gunn as the writer-director of Guardians of the Galaxy 3, and I've confirmed it with Marvel and Gunn's camp. The decision to rehire Gunn -he was fired last July by Disney after alt-right journalists made public a fusillade of decade old social media missives that made light of pedophilia and rape…
On Monday, a billboard calling for James Gunn to be rehired as director of “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” went up just four miles away from Disneyland. The ad was paid for by a fan-created crowdfunding campaign that has raised just under $5,000 since September. Reading “Save the Galaxy: James Gunn for Vol. 3,” the digital sign, which went up Monday in in Garden Grove, California, directs people to the campaign’s website, www.rehirejamesgunn.com.
It didn’t take long for Dave Bautista to respond to the news that James Gunn will be writing and possibly directing <em>Suicide Squad 2</em>. The wrestler-turned-actor took to Twitter and said “Where do I sign up!” when Gunn’s new gig was announced. Bautista worked with Gunn on the first two <em>Guardians of the Galaxy </em>movies as Drax, who has since become a fan favorite in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But when Gunn was fired by Disney for offensive tweets that resurfaced, Bautista…
James Gunn has been hired by Warner Bros and DC to write with an eye to direct the next installment of the <em>Suicide Squad </em>franchise. It’s the first job he’s taken since he parted ways with Disney, which let him go from the lucrative <em>Guardians of the Galaxy </em>franchise in July in the wake of old controversial tweets that had been compiled by alt-right journalists and sent to Disney. Warner Bros had director Gavin O’Connor attached to that film, but he is now engaged in…
The 'Crazy Rich Asians' star, who appeared in 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,' has criticised Disney's decision to sack the director.