- John Cena has applauded “The Suicide Squad” chief James Gunn’s way of narrating the new superhuman film.
- This new DC Extended Universe (DCEU) sees a group of miscreants become impossible legends.
John commended the chief for carrying a unique point of view to the superhuman kind. The 44-year-old star, who roles Peacemaker in the movie, told the Metro paper: “I believe it’s an audacious move by James to need to turn the hero film an alternate way that rethinks who we pull for.
“There’s no rejecting that the superhuman film has had an extraordinary run of achievement, and it’s undeniably challenging to wander away from that recipe. It takes a fearless person whose wiped out, and curved psyche will toss a gathering of defective people together.”John’s co-star Idris Elba, who includes Bloodsport, additionally credited the chief for permitting the cast to dig profound into their parts.
He said: “James truly needed to investigate who those baddies were inside.
“That was energizing for us as an outfit of entertainers that all got together to truly haul a portion of the stories out of these characters.” Margot Robbie plays Harley Quinn to the third time and has accepted the person’s status as an “impetus of turmoil.”
The “Quite a hard time before in Hollywood” star said: “It’s so fun seeing everybody’s understanding of the person, and there’s such astonishing source material in the funnies. “I’d say the shared factor is that Harley is consistently an impetus of disorder. James and I discussed it a ton.
“She’s best used when you toss her into a circumstance with loads of different characters, and she shakes s*** up. That is the point at which you see Harley at her generally interesting and fun.”