Just 35 days after its theatrical release, James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad has become part of the HBO Max platform catalog, so you can enjoy this story of the DC Universe at home.
It is a new mission of the super villains imprisoned in The Suicide Squad, a film directed and written by the acclaimed director James Gunn. One of the most anticipated and anticipated titles of 2021 adds to the catalog of DC content available on the platform for fans to enjoy a new mission of these antiheroes loaded with a lot of adventure, cynicism and fun.
In THE SUICIDE SQUAD, welcome the closest thing to hell: Belle Reve Prison, which boasts the highest death rate in the United States and houses the worst supervillains, determined to do anything to get out, including join the secret and dark Special Force X.
THE SUICIDE SQUAD was written and directed by James Gunn. Starring Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn), Idris Elba (Bloodsport), John Cena (Peacemaker), Jai Courtney (Captain Boomerang), Joel Kinnaman (Captain Rick Flag), Viola Davis (Amanda Waller), Pete Davidson (Blackguard), and starring Sylvester Stalone (King Shark), among other talents.
In an interview for the podcast The Playlist, the screenwriter O’Connor The Night House revealed some of the reasons why he left the remake of ‘The Suicide Squad’, a film for which he would have written the script, as was the request of David Ayer.
When everything seemed ready for O’Connor’s script to move to the next stage, a series of changes in the direction of DC Films put a stop to plans to create something much darker and with a high tone of seriousness, to make way to a much more comical story.