Gunn has also captioned the image “At times the darkest scenes are the most amusing to film.” Gunn is certainly not off-base, as all three men in the photograph appear to have quite recently had a great time, regardless of the overflowing amount of blood splattered everywhere. Gunn also specifies in his caption that the photograph marks the half year anniversary of The Suicide Squad. It’s understandable that Gunn is having a sentimental outlook on this particular scene, as in the months since the film’s release he has been heavily involved in recording the new Peacemaker TV series which is streaming on HBO Max. At the time The Suicide Squad was released, many fans contemplated whether this scene would play an integral part of Peacemaker’s backstory in the series, and the show has turned into a massive hit since it started streaming in January.
All taking all things together, Gunn’s photograph is a shockingly fun throwback to what in particular was unmistakably not a great scene. Flag’s death has a rather dark impact on Peacemaker, so it certainly will be great for fans to see Kinnaman and Cena being companions in real life. As for Gunn, the fact that he tracked down this scene enjoyable to shoot is actually encouraging. It indicates that he took the same amount of pride in the character driven minutes in The Suicide Squad as well as the enormous flashy action scenes (and this scene is conveniently both). Considering this, it certainly indicates that he will deal with Peacemaker with the same amount of pride and passion.
In another photograph posted on Instagram by chief Gunn, fans can get a little in the background check out this extraordinary scene. In contrast to the actual scene in the movie, the image portrays Kinnaman, Gunn and Cena all presenting together and grinning at the camera while on set. The two actors are, understandably, covered in fake blood, and assuming a viewer looks carefully, they can see that Kinnaman actually has the piece of porcelain actually standing out of his chest (presumably not actually held up in his heart). See the full post beneath:
Another image from The Suicide Squad shows an in the background see Rick Flag’s (Joel Kinnaman) death scene. The Suicide Squad is somewhere close to a continuation and a reboot of 2016’s Suicide Squad. It stands as somewhat of a do-over for DC after their first attempt at a Suicide Squad film was panned by the two pundits and fans alike. The film follows a gathering of super-villains who join the mystery Task Force X and are dropped off at Corto Maltese. The Suicide Squad is helmed by Guardians of the Galaxy chief James Gunn.