SUICIDE SQUAD Sequel Being Developed Alongside A DEADSHOT Solo Movie

SUICIDE SQUAD Sequel Being Developed Alongside A DEADSHOT Solo Movie

David Ayer may be tied up with Gotham City Sirens, but that doesn't mean the Suicide Squad movie is dead! Hit the jump for details on that and Warner Bros. big plans for Will Smith's Deadshot...

By JoshWilding - Dec 13, 2016 03:12 PM EST
Filed Under: The Suicide Squad
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Following the news that David Ayer will direct Margot Robbie in Gotham City Sirens, The Hollywood Reporter reveals that Warner Bros. is still developing a Suicide Squad sequel. There's no word on when it will happen or who will be at the helm, but this news should hardly come as a surprise considering the fact that the movie made $745.6 million despite a wave of overwhelmingly negative reviews.

Interestingly, the trade adds that the studio is also developing a Deadshot spinoff starring Will Smith, though Gotham City Sirens is the project which is currently furthest along, hence why it's on the fast-track. Once again, it has no been revealed when that movie starts shooting or who might direct it.

Deadshot is a movie which could head in any number of directions, and considering the fact that Smith was praised for his performance just as much as Robbie was, this makes a lot of sense! Which of these upcoming projects are you most looking forward to? Let us know your thoughts in the usual place.
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MrDandy
MrDandy - 12/13/2016, 3:37 PM
Because why have one sequel to a sh*tty movie when you can have three!
StormXmen123
StormXmen123 - 12/13/2016, 3:54 PM
@MrDandy - Because the film was successful financially (that all any studio cares about) and can imporve.

Im not a DC fanboy. I have never read a DC comic in my life. But I dont understand why people want the DC film franchise to fail. I have perosnally enjoyed the DC films so far, and it is the first time Ive enjoyed Batmans character (I never really enjoyed the Dark night trilogy; I appreciate why ever one else likes it and can undertsand their views)

As comic fans we should be greatful the mainstream has accepted comicbook films and we are getting such a high volume of them.

Yes film structually suicide squad was bad. But they will obviously take the critiques from the fan community and imporve on them. Imangine the first Avengers film was like Suicide Squad; would you have wisehed from them to end the MCU there and start over?
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