The Suicide Squad impacting into theaters, HBO Max daily right on time, on Aug. 5
The eagerly awaited James Gunn film shows up on the chief’s birthday.
As Americans begin going to cinemas, chief James Gunn is conveying a blessing. His Suicide Squad film, which was planned to debut Aug. 6, is coming out one day ahead of schedule. Gunn tweeted Friday that the film presently will show up on the evening of Thursday, Aug. 5, which likewise turns out to be Gunn’s 55th birthday celebration.
For those of you who can’t wait, #TheSuicideSquad is coming to you a day early in the US – see it on the evening of Thursday, August 5 – which also happens to be my birthday. #InSquadWeTrust pic.twitter.com/8Z1SJBqpcU
— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) July 9, 2021
The film is an independent spin-off of David Ayer’s 2016 Suicide Squad, and spotlights in a group of super reprobates, including Harley Quinn and Captain Boomerang. The lowlifess are liberated from Belle Reve prison to take on a risky mission to obliterate a Nazi-time jail and research facility.
While Gunn didn’t indicate, an agent for Warner Bros. said the film will be accessible both in theaters and on HBO Max on Aug. 5. It’ll show up on HBO Max at 12:01 a.m. PT that day. Similarly as with Wonder Woman 1984, there’s no additional charge past the normal HBO Max membership expense for individuals. Full data on the best way to watch it is here.
A second trailer for the film came out June 22, focusing on Idris Elba’s Bloodsport, a tech-improved hired soldier who went to jail for shooting Superman with a kryptonite slug.