Jai Courtney, star of DC’s forthcoming The Suicide Squad has said that James Gunn’s R-rated film is “definitely very violent”. Courtney, who is returning to the role of the Australian supervillain Captain Boomerang, is just among a little handful of the first 2016 Suicide Squad cast returning briefly trip. Notwithstanding Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn, Courtney is additionally joined by Viola Davis (Amanda Waller) and Joel Kinnaman (Rick Flag). Balancing the rest of Gunn’s Task Force X is an eclectic collection of newcomers including Idris Elba (Bloodsport), John Cena (Peacemaker), David Dastmalchian (Polka-Dot Man) and Daniela Melchior (Ratcatcher II).
More recently Courtney has added his considerations on the forthcoming release. Speaking with Variety at the premiere of his new Amazon film Jolt, in which he co-stars with Kate Beckinsale, the entertainer likewise had a few comments about his DCEU return. Check out what Courtney needed to say below:
It’s insane, dude. It’s so bizarre. James Gunn is an evil genius as it were and the movie is really something that is representative of what he is capable of. He really pushed the boundaries. He was essentially given the keys and told, ‘Do whatever the f*** you need,’ and he did. It’s definitely very violent but on the other hand it’s really senseless and clever and has immense core and heart to it.
With early The Suicide Squad reviews furnishing the film with gleaming recommendations, viewers are excited to be able to get in and see the intense and ridiculous spectacle for themselves. Fortunately, Gunn himself recently revealed the film would be opening one day earlier than anticipated, landing in US theaters on his birthday August fifth. Almost certainly The Suicide Squad’s profoundly anticipated release will be a birthday treat to remember.