James Gunn Clarifies On The Suicide Squad Date Not Being Moved


The Suicide Squad director James Gunn went on to Twitter to clarifies what he said a day ago  in regards to The Suicide Squad release date not being moved due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

As previously reported on April 10th, Gunn reassured fans that the move is still on schedule, then once again he tweeted a day ago that they were actually ahead of schedule and at the moment there’s no reason for the date to move, which even Suicide Squad director David Ayer responded to with “Beautiful to hear. This is the kind of resilience and creativity we all need right now.”

Though now that the media has picked up these tweets, Gunn went on to clarify he really didn’t assure anything, that the movie being delayed is not completely his call, but he goes on to say once again the coronavirus hasn’t slowed down any of his projects.

The Suicide Squad is slated to be released in theaters on August 6th, 2021.

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