James Gunn has previously revealed that he rejected a Superman movie for DC, but his tone might have changed if the studio had come up with a Batman movie.
In an interview with Happy Sad Confused, Gunn revealed that he’d be ready to make a Dark Knight movie if Matt Reeves wasn’t working on “Batman.”
“I’m not saying I would never be interested in Superman, but if it was Batman, what would Matt do? [Reeves] was already doing, it could have been different because I understand Batman. I understand Harley Quinn; But I don’t understand all the characters. “, did he declare.
As the upcoming “Flash” solo film will star Michael Keaton and Ben Affleck as their respective Batman, it’s possible that DC Films may be convinced that multiple Batmans can exist onscreen.
How would you like to see a Gunn-commissioned hero movie?
It’s worth remembering that “The Suicide Squad” has a 93% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
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Revision | The Suicide Squad – James Gunn delivers a masterpiece
“Welcome to Hell – also known as Bell Reve, the prison with the highest death rate in the United States. Where are the worst super villains kept and where are they desperate to escape – even joining the super secret and super dubious Task Force X. Today’s Suicide Mission? Assemble a group of crooks, including Bloodthirsty, Peacemaker, Captain Boomerang, Rat Slayer 2, Savant, King Shark, Blackguard, Dart, and everyone’s favorite psychopath, Harlequin. So arm them by force and throw them (literally) on the distant island filled with enemies of Corto Maltese.
Some names reprise their roles from the previous film, like Viola Davis (Amanda Waller), Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn), Jai Courtney (Captain Boomerang) and Joel Kinnaman (Rick Flag).
New arrivals include Idris Elba, Taika Waititi, Alice Braga, Michael Rooker, Nathan Fillion, Pete Davidson, Flula Borg, Sean Gunn, Mayling Ng, Sylvester Stallone, Peter Capaldi, David Dastmalchian and Daniela Melchior.
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