Director James Gunn reacted to his upcoming DC movie ‘The Suicide Squad’ getting review bombed ahead of its premiere on August 5, 2021.


‘The Suicide Squad 2’ The Suicide Squad was theatrically released in the United Kingdom on July 30 and released in the United States and India on August 5. Though the film has been released only in selected cities in India, owing to many states not allowing the reopening of theatres just yet. In the aforementioned interaction, Margot Robbie expressed how she was never going to sign on for the Suicide Squad sequel, if James Gunn wasn’t at the helm. The Birds of Prey actor recently expressed her thoughts about the director . Margot Robbie, John Cena and Walter Hamada’s faith in James Gunn seems to have paid off. Upon The Suicide Squad’s early release in the UK, the film has received nothing but raving reviews with critics only praising the film. The Suicide Squad 2, stars an ensemble cast including Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, John Cena, Joel Kinnaman, Sylvester Stallone, Viola Davis, Jai Courtney, and Peter Capaldi. There’s a reason it’s called The Suicide Squad and not Suicide Squad 2. Less of a sequel and more of a desperately needed do-over, this scabrous, side-splitting and surprisingly smart supervillain romp is the definite article. The Suicide Squad of 2021 springs from the twisted taste of James Gunn. His Guardians of the Galaxy movies injected weirdo sci-fi and a hefty dose of humor into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but when old tweets got him into hot water at Marvel, rival comic conglomerate DC snapped him up to revitalize another oddball ensemble: the neon-drenched, face-tattooed 2016 Suicide Squad movie misfire.In .DC’s Dirty Dozen suits Gunn even better than the MCU’s Guardians. Freed of Marvel’s family-friendly fetters, the man who began his career at B-movie trash palace Troma has found the perfect home for his gloriously bad-taste blend of gore and classic rock; ’80s action flicks and forgotten comics; and the most scurrilous of humor and foulest of language. This is a movie where the US government hires a shark that talks like Sylvester Stallone to tear people in half. And it is sick. It is sick as hell. In contrast, Gunn’s jet-black sense of humor oozes from a serious, even angry foundation. This irreverent comic book movie takes shots at very big and serious themes, raging against Western imperialism, American foreign policy and government deception as it indicts interference in foreign countries. Representing this chilling bureaucratic evil, Amanda Waller emerges as perhaps the most hateful villain in the DC universe — certainly the coldest.The Suicide Squad is demented and delicious, heartfelt and horribly hilarious.


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