James Gunn Is Not Satisfied With The Suicide Squad Moving to HBO Max

James Gunn Is Not Satisfied With The Suicide Squad Moving to HBO Max
James Gunn Is Not Satisfied With The Suicide Squad Moving to HBO Max

Last Updated on August 7, 2021 by Joydeep Ghosh

James Gunn, director of The Suicide Squad, is not happy with Warner Bros.’s decision to set the HBO Max movie. All the 17 movies of Warner Bros. in 2021 will be put to HBO Max and in theaters on the very day. The movie will persist on the platform for a month at no extra charge to subscribers. Gunn’s cinema is one of the studio’s significant releases for 2021, part of a program that involves other blockbusters like The Matrix 4 and Dune.

James Gunn Is Not Satisfied With The Suicide Squad Moving to HBO Max

James Gunn is not happy with the decision taken by Warner Bros. to shift The Suicide Squad to HBO Max, for which he was not offered a satisfactory compensation.

The Suicide Squad is the successor of David Ayer’s 2016 film. It’s both a continuation and a return after the original movie was greeted poorly by critics. Still, the Suicide Squad made a profit at the box office, and Gunn’s association is an exciting prospect for the franchise’s future. As part of the DCEU, The Suicide Squad is an essential stepping stone in the studio’s forthcoming slate of DC films as they attempt to create together a flourishing comic book movie multiverse.

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