James Gunn Teases That No One Will Be Safe in The Suicide Squad

James Gunn Teases That No One Will Be Safe in The Suicide Squad
Sequel The Suicide Squad may have been described in this past summer’s FanDome teaser trailer as “a gritty 1970s war movie,” but director James Gunn recently addressed audience incredulity regarding the stakes evocative of such a description, specifically when it comes to the survivability of its immense ensemble of DC Comics antiheroes. No one is safe, and he means no one.

Gunn, never one to shy away from direct interaction with fan comments, started a Twitter conversation promoting The Suicide Squad’s upcoming photo-debuting Empire cover story by asking fans which two characters are likely to survive. However, one critical response pointed to the “franchise armor” that would protect some characters—specifically those for whom DC and Warner Bros. has future plans. Indeed, the purportedly protected class of characters includes Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn (who makes her third Dceu appearance), Viola Davis’s returning team overseer, Amanda Waller,
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