‘The Suicide Squad’: First Footage Reveals James Gunn’s Vision!! Check It Out!!

Today at DC Fandome, James Gunn and his cast showed off the first footage for their reboot The Suicide Squad. The film includes 2016’s Suicide Squad cast members Margot Robbie, Joel KinnamanJai Courtney, and Viola Davis reprising their roles as well as newcomers Idris ElbaJohn CenaStorm ReidNathan FillionPeter Capaldi, Taika Waititi, Pete Davidson, Alice Braga, and Michael Rooker.

There is plenty to feast your eyes on in this behind-the-scenes look at The Suicide Squad. One of the most notable things we need to discuss is the look of this movie. During the footage reveal, producer Peter Safran shares, “This one is completely unique. This is a gritty, 1970s war movie combined with the brilliance of James Gunn’s characters and comedy,” and he’s not wrong! As Safran speaks, we get an eyeful of footage from the set, which includes a shot of Captain Boomerang (Courtney) throwing his iconic boomerangs (which now glow!), Harley Quinn (Robbie) happily wielding a missile-launcher, a look at Kinnaman’s new version of Rick Flagg, Rooker as Savant, and Fillion as T.D.K., a.k.a. The Detachable Kid. It’s unclear how the “’70s war movie” vibe will specifically tie into the plot of The Suicide Squad with no specific plot details revealed, but it feels like a viable, interesting direction for this story which boasts such a huge cast.

The Suicide Squad opens on August 6, 2021. Check out The Suicide Squad sneak behind-the-scenes footage below.


via Collider

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