The Suicide Squad: James Gunn does not rule out streaming premiere

With a pandemic that doesn't stop in some parts of the world, James Gunn would be willing to do whatever it takes to release his The Suicide Squad movie. For this reason, it does not rule out the streaming option.

The coronavirus forced the film industry to consider new ways to spread the content and to release its films. And although The Suicide Squad might have no difficulty with its premiere, James Gunn does not rule out the possibility of displaying it on a streaming platform. At least this is reported through social networks.

James Gunn He organized a question session through the stories on his official Instagram account and a fan posed for him a scenario where his film would be forced to premiere through a digital platform. The director then replied that he would agree to it if there was no other alternative, provided his work is seen.

A project almost finished

The Suicide Squad is the next film from the director and James Gunn He finished filming her just in time, before the pandemic forced other productions to stop work. Now, it is being edited in a coordinated way from home and is expected to be ready for release in August 2021. Meanwhile, the director was in favor of the Suicide Squad Yesterday Cut.

James Gunn He also promised that at the end The Suicide Squad will get to work on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 for Marvel. Although the study has not confirmed anything certain, rumors that arose on several occasions suggested that production would begin early the following year.

The viewers' idea regarding streaming premieres arises after the decision of several studios to release some films such as Trolls: World Tour through digital sales due to the closing of theaters. This film became an unexpected bestseller that came very close to matching the results of a theatrical release.

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