James gunn‘s Tthe suicide squad hasn’t even been released yet, but that doesn’t stop HBO Max from fully committing to a spin-off dedicated to one of the misfits of the movie played by Jean Cena, Peacemaker. Now Empire Magazine has provided a whole new take on the antihero / villainous series, and the quotes from Gunn and Cena that come with it seem to clarify exactly what viewers should expect when it comes to Peacemaker’s temperament. Their frankness is pretty hilarious, honestly. First, check out the first look below.
First Look at the Peacemaker
Empire launched the first look image of Peacemaker, the HBO Max series will star John Cena as the titular jingoistic killer. Flanked by Gunn (who is set to write all eight episodes, as well as direct a number of them), Cena’s Peacemaker looks like he is seen some things.
If the trailer for The suicide squad is one indication, Gunn will likely have even more freedom to inject copious amounts of crude humor into the procedure (as we noted in the initial announcement, Peacemaker is described as an “action-adventure comedy”), the violence and the work of the characters. In fact, we’re guessing that much of the show will attempt to figure out how audiences will be able to empathize with (or not) such a despicable track.
“The peacemaker is a piece of shit”
I told you it was brutal. In their exclusive, Empire notes HBO’s proud tradition of attempting to tell character-driven stories through protagonists (dictionary definition: the main character or one of the main characters in a drama, movie , from a novel or some other fictional text) which are always the furthest possible thing from being considered “good guys”. This may be a spoiler for some fans, but we weren’t, in fact, supposed to associate and identify wholeheartedly with notable villains like Tony Soprano or Walter White just because they were the bosses. of their respective shows.
It would appear that the Peacemaker will try to bring some form of this moral grayness to the world of comics. In Gunn’s own words:
“Peacemaker is crap. He’s not a good guy. And he’s wearing the wackiest costume you’ve ever seen in your life.
Peacemaker has a clear set of ideals that I find really interesting. You know, “I want peace no matter how many men, women and children I have to kill to get it. It sounds absurd, but it also makes a lot of sense. And you see in John’s performance how bad he feels – something that I thought was the seed for an entire eight-episode show.
Obviously, this doesn’t seem to be the case enough as grounded and grainy as either breaking Bad or The Sopranos were – on the one hand, Gunn notes that the series will feature a “great science fiction story” and that “[Peacemaker] lives in the world of Superman, Batman and Aquaman, and it’s not an easy thing for him to face ”- but the general feeling remains. Accustomed to controversy himself, Gunn goes on to point out that Peacemaker “represents a part of the world’s population that is problematic to say the least and puts him in a situation where he has to face the choices he has made throughout. his life and at the end of his opinions.
We will have to wait until 2022 to see what Peacemaker reserve us.
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