Fans of James Gunn''s "The Suicide Squad" spinoff series have received the good news that HBO Max''s John Cena-starrer would be terminated for a second season. But this week, David Zaslav''s Warner Bros Discovery announced that it was permanently discontinuing the $90 million film starringLeslie Grace (along with ) and was worried about the cost. And this week, WBD announced that it was investigating all of HBO''s cable stations, which previously believed to be
So with all of that in mind, it made sense that a fan would post Gunn to ask if the second season of was safe. Well, it doesn''t sound like there''s much to worry about for now. Here''s a look at Gunn''s thoughts on his DCU future, following the latest one:
Good thing, guys, calm down.
James Gunn (@JamesGunn) August 2, 2022
Gunn talked with in June to explain his DCU streaming series'' future:
Amanda Waller''s Spinoff News Could Have Moved Too Fast: "We haven''t even announced any TV series yet," adding that "there''s a lot of things out there about what''s happening," he said, adding that "there''s a lot of stories out there about what''s happening, some of them are accurate, others are not." For those who consider the Spinoff that would see Viola Davis returning to her role was Gunn''s second DC project, though? It''s not true
Gunn''s Deeply Involved in another DC Project, Though That Might Soon Turn Into "Projects": "I am very serious on another DC project, where I''m very involved in the writing and direction of it. There will be some blending of the characters from "Peacemaker" in the other shows I''m working on. And I''m also involved in a couple of other [DC] things."
Gunn''s "Talked" about "The Suicide Squad 2" But for the time being, he''s all about television: "Yeah, we''ve talked about it [''The Suicide Squad],." The truth is, I have so many hours in a day to work on things. And I had a great time working in television that I really believed that''s what I''ll spend the next year of my life doing."
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