Suicide Squad 2 magazine cover features all lineup for James Gunn’s DCEU movie


“By writing a comic book series, you are so dependent on the artist. It really is collaboration. – James Gunn.

New full movie magazine covers shared by James Gunn display his newly formed Suicide Squad team ahead of the film’s August delivery. New magazine covers show the entire villain setup in The Suicide Squad. After David Ayer’s 2016 film Suicide Squad was a critical failure, Warner Bros. chose to hire Marvel director James Gunn to handle the development of Part Two. Regardless of the movie bringing back some of the characters from the last film, The Suicide Squad is seen as a smooth reboot. Harley Quinn, played by Margot Robbie, Captain Boomerang, played by Jai Courtney, Rick Flag, played by Joel Kinnaman, and Amanda Waller playing Viola Davis are the only returning characters from the first film.

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However, James is bringing a few lesser-known DC villains back to the big screen with The The Suicide Squad. So now Task Force X includes over twelve new characters, a significant number never seen in live action before. Some of the new group’s features include John Cena’s Peacemaker, Idris Elba’s Bloodsport, and David Dastmalchian’s Polka-Dot Man. Fans have seen all of the new characters in the trailers and images already, but new magazine covers of the film Total via Gunn have given another look at the characters. The covers don’t reveal much about the film and highlight the characters leaving the sea in one and leaving an explosion in the other. Although Ayer’s Suicide Squad received negative audits, Robbie was applauded for her portrayal of Harley Quinn. While many expect to see her again on the big screen, the new characters are also a big draw for moviegoers alongside the other returning characters.

King Shark is voiced by Sylvester Stallone and is arguably the most recognizable new character on the team. Still, it will be intriguing to see Gunn’s interpretation of the lesser-known DC Villains. James Gunn has indeed united a motley group of heroes in the Guardians of the Galaxy films. DC is most likely hoping that Gunn can repeat this accomplishment with another group of weird characters. The Suicide Squad makes sure to create new fan choices, but many of these characters probably won’t make it alive. The recently delivered banners for the Self-Destroy Team incorporate the slogan “Don’t Get Overly Tied”, which states that few villains will experience a gruesome end in Gunn’s movie.

The first Suicide Squad killed Slipknot almost immediately in the movie. Gunn’s movie will likely accomplish something similar since there are twice as many characters. New presentation material cannot result in the death of a character. Yet magazine covers exceptionally follow what has just been delivered.

Source: Total Film (via James Gunn)



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