While fans might have gotten accustomed to seeing John Cena meandering around in his Peacemaker costume from The Suicide Squad, another individual from the cast has shown comparative commitment to their role with Flula Borg wishing director James Gunn a happy birthday in character as Javelin. Borg is best known as a humorist and DJ, just as from his YouTube divert and roles in Pitch Perfect 2 and The Good Place. He plays one of the new individuals from Task Force X collected by Viola Davis’ Amanda Waller to undertake a hazardous mission on the island of Corto Maltese.
Taking to his Twitter account, Borg offered his birthday wishes to Gunn in front of The Suicide Squad’s delivery on August 6th. He wished Gunn a “HAPPY BIRTHING” and furthermore posted a video in character as Javelin that perfectly mixed the idiosyncratic awareness of what’s actually funny that the actor has gotten known for. Look at Borg’s full tweet and video underneath:
The javelin itself seems to assume a vital part in The Suicide Squad, with Harley Quinn seeming to utilize it as a weapon throughout many of the trailers that have been delivered up until now, despite Gunn describing it as a relatively pointless weapon on the battlefield. In any case, Javelin himself is notably absent from a large part of the footage shown up until this point, so it’s without a doubt that he will be one of the previous casualties of the mission, especially thinking about its risky nature. Regardless of whether his role in the film is a short-lived one, it’s evident that Borg, in the same way as other of the cast individuals, had a great arrangement of fun making The Suicide Squad with the actor obviously savoring portraying the sillier side of his character while still taking himself totally genuinely.
Thus far, The Suicide Squad has been met with close to all inclusive recognition, presently sitting on 97% on Rotten Tomatoes, with many critics lauding its violent action and its irreverent dull humor, which Borg shows up more than adept at utilizing. Gunn is expected to return to the DCEU for further films, and keeping in mind that it’s improbable we will see Javelin return, the possibility of further side projects much the same as the forthcoming Peacemaker series could give degree to a cameo from preferences of Borg, if by some stroke of good luck to further expand on his apparently futile nature as a supervillain. For the true fate of Javelin and the rest of Task Force X, notwithstanding, fans should wait for The Suicide Squad to be delivered tomorrow.