The Suicide Squad director James Gunn is already retaining tabs on the movie’s ranking.
His sequel follows up the 2016 unique, which was truly extra tame than anticipated given its ‘Worst of the Worst’ tagline, with a PG-13 ranking within the US and a 15 certificates within the UK.
Even although Gunn’s The Suicide Squad doesn’t even hit cinemas till the summer time of 2021, the filmmaker was extraordinarily assured when requested in regards to the ranking by a fan this week.
“Oh yes I know [the rating] but I can’t yet say,” he teased.
One might both take his certainty as a signifier that the content material in The Suicide Squad is so hardcore that it is assured to obtain an R-rating… or he is gone the family-friendly Guardians of the Galaxy route for extra commercially acceptable content material.
Gunn wrapped the film in late February with a really poignant social media message acknowledging the closing of an essential interval in his life.
“My father died two weeks before we started filming and my dog died two weeks before the end. It was a hard, hard time in my life and yet the most fulfilling time I’ve ever had making a movie,” he wrote.
“The professionalism, talent, compassion and kindness of this cast and crew inspired me every day. Thanks to everyone involved in this film, in every stage of development, in every department – I am grateful from the bottom of my heart for you all. You are why I make movies.”
Gunn brings again Margot Robbie, Viola Davis, Joel Kinnaman and Jai Courtney from the unique Suicide Squad, bolstered by new additions John Cena, Peter Capaldi, Pete Davidson, Michael Rooker, Taika Waititi, Idris Elba and Nathan Fillion.
The Suicide Squad is out in cinemas on August 6, 2021.
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