Does the possible release date of the trailer for The Suicide Squad?
With the closure of cinemas at the global level, many films have changed their plans, but the director and writer, James Gunn he confesses that it is not the case and even gave a possible date for the premiere of the trailer The Suicide Squad.
Unlike the movie above, Suicide Squaddirected by David Yesterday and starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie from 2016, the entry of Gunn in the DCEU you will not have a presence in the San Diego Comic-Consince the annual event was the last to be cancelled in the midst of the pandemic of Covid-19.
In 2015, Warner Bros. was the host of a panel with the cast and debuted with exclusive material, of the convention, which was famous for its piracy and its circulation online.
James Gunn unveiled the possible release date of the trailer The Suicide Squadsaid that it is “likely” that the material to be cast sometime this year, as his film of DC Comics continues to comply with the deadline scheduled for its premiere in August of 2021, in spite of the delays across the industry caused by the crisis of the coronavirus.
When asked about the first images of the film that came in some time this year, during a session of questions and answers in Instagram, Gunn he replied that it is “likely”.
“It is the right thing, but I’m still sad about the cancellation of #SDCC this year, I will miss you all. We, as creators, studios and publishers will need to find ways of compensating you for the fans in other ways,” said director Gunn keep his Twitter account after San Diego Comic-con has announced its cancellation for 2020″.
It is anticipated that the first trailer of The Suicide Squad to be released online, as meeting places remain closed, and large gatherings are still prohibited.
What is more likely is that the possible release date of the trailer The Suicide Squad in mid-July, when would be the San Diego Comic-Con.
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