James Gunn Reveals The Character He Most Excited For Fans To See In Suicide Squad
Following the exciting trailer of Suicide Squad, fans are eagerly awaiting the release date of the movie, August 4, 2021. At the same time, James Gunn has been continuing to increase the excitement of the fans by giving some details about the movie on social media.
If you are a big follower of James Gunn on Twitter, you can see that he gives golden information about the characters and the upcoming movie. Recently, James Gunn interacted with his fans again and answered the questions of the fans on his certified Twitter account.
A Twitter user asked James Gunn which is the most exciting character for fans to see. James Gunn did not seem to discriminate in answering this question and showed respect to the entire cast.
But the successful director had a choice; DC’s supervillain, Ratcatcher 2, played by Daniela Melchior, and he said he was excited and impatient for fans to see this character, and said it was probably the most exciting.
James Gunn replied:
“I can’t wait for you to see Harley in her full insane glory & @IdrisElba’s intense star power & the madness of King Shark, Weasel & Starro… but I’m maybe most excited about introducing the magic of @MelchiorDaniela as Ratcatcher 2 to the world.”
Check out the Twitter post below.
I can't wait for you to see Harley in her full insane glory & @IdrisElba's intense star power & the madness of King Shark, Weasel & Starro… but I'm maybe most excited about introducing the magic of @MelchiorDaniela as Ratcatcher 2 to the world. https://t.co/fa2Sy4h0DM
— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) April 2, 2021
A few days ago, James Gunn has explained why he used a great white shark for King Shark instead of a hammerhead shark like the comics in the film on his Twitter account.
As you see in the super-exciting trailer, James Gunn chose to portray the King Shark character in the form of a great white shark. However, in the original comics, King Shark is depicted as a hammerhead shark.
Here’s what James Gunn said:
“I did tests with the hammerhead design, which I love & originally thought I’d use. But having eyes on the sides far apart made it incredibly awkward shooting interactions with other people. You couldn’t really see him looking at the other person & the shots tended to be too wide.”
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