Trailer and release date shared for John Cena’s ‘The Suicide Squad’ spin-off ‘Peacemaker’

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The details were shared last night (October 16) in the DC Fandome.

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A trailer and release date shared for John Cena suicide squad By-product peacemaker – See it below.

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James Gunn’s new series was officially announced a day earlier in July suicide squad Hit the cinemas.

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Cena most recently played the Peacemaker in the DC Extended Universe film and will reprise that role in a series for HBO Max, which is confirmed for release on January 13, 2022.

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At the DC Fandome event last night (October 16), the release date was first revealed with the trailer showing Cena “returning from near death” by Amanda Waller (played by Viola Davis), “just fucking world”. To save, that’s all.”

Watch the new trailer below:

in an interview with collider Following the show’s announcement, Gunn disbanded the show’s ensemble cast.

“So there are six main characters of Peacemaker, Leota Adebayo, Joe Danielle Brooks, Emilia Harcourt, Joe Jennifer Holland, Vigilante, Joe Freddy Stroma, Clemson Hearn, Joe Chukwudi Ivuji, and John Economos, who is Steve Edge,” confirms the director. Of. “It’s really an ensemble about those six characters.”

Gunn also said that the eight-part series will focus on a larger story, though each character will have their own journey. The director found the change in pace from feature films refreshing.

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Cena also recently opened up about how his “grossly inappropriate” outtakes lead to suicide squad inspired the next peacemaker Chain.

talking to Granthshala, Cena said: “Putting the boundaries of Peacemaker, I began to delve into a lot of the nuances that I love. None of them made the film — not one bit — and every one in the cast during that exploration. Somebody was very patient. A lot of it was completely unfair – certainly not acceptable – but you get to a place where you define a character.”

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