We all are really glad to have James Gunn at the helm of The Suicide Squad movie because this guy has a very different and amazing relationship with strange characters. So, with this DC Comics movie going to release in the latter stages of this year, James Gunn has presented us with a glimpse of his pre-production work. Gunn put a picture of him doing storyboarding on Instagram and his fans are rolling on the floor laughing as his trademark art of sketching is back. This is the first official behind-the-scenes image of the movie so far.
Gunn is really famous for his behind the scenes pictures and Marvel fans have already enjoyed these reveals when he directed the two Guardians of the Galaxy movies. Now, it’s the DC fans’ turn to witness the weirdness of Gunn behind the sets to experiencing his magic on the big screen. Here’s the screenshot of his Instagram story, have a look:
Well, there has been a lot of confusion among the fans because the title of this film is ‘The Suicide Squad’. But, the producer of the film Peter Safran has already explained in an interview with ComicBook.com that it’s not a sequel. Safran said,
“It’s called The Suicide Squad. It’s not Suicide Squad 2. It is not a sequel. I will leave that alone but, yes, it’s called The Suicide Squad.”
Also, DC & Warner Bros. really want to take forward the art of solo movies without caring about the multiverse. And, that’s exactly what Peter Safran stressed upon. About that, he said,
“I think that is the goal. It is giving heroes their time to shine and not feeling like you have to shoehorn in some universal connection amongst them all. The studio’s been incredibly supportive and DC’s been supportive about saying, ‘Take the time that you need to introduce these characters in the right way and tell the stories that audiences want to see with these characters.'”
For now, nothing has been revealed about the release date of ‘The Suicide Squad’. But, no wonder we all have our eyes on this one.
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