ByJack Carr, writer at Creators.co
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Jack Carr

DC are riding the train hard.

This week's news that the loud-mouthed, pig-tailed, baseball bat-wielding villainess will officially return in the all-female Gotham City Sirens was accompanied by confirmation that Suicide Squad 2 is in development. Shocker! Apparently the movie is less far along than Sirens, so probably won't arrive before 2020, which might just be time enough for most of us to forget the plentiful horrors of Suicide Squad and fall into the hype trap all over again.

'Suicide Squad' [Credit: Warner Bros.]
'Suicide Squad' [Credit: Warner Bros.]

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What we don't know yet for sure is whether Harley will actually be back for , but when she slips those little hot pants on the money men see dollar bills flashing in their eyes, so it's about as safe a bet as a Trump-induced global political crisis.

"What do you mean, you're done? We're contracted for the sequel!" [Credit: Warner Bros.]
"What do you mean, you're done? We're contracted for the sequel!" [Credit: Warner Bros.]

Surprisingly, the are keeping David Ayer in the fold — despite doing a proper Picasso on his original edit of Suicide Squad — to direct Sirens, meaning Squad 2 will probably get a new director. Has anyone called Zack Snyder? No, seriously.

Hopefully whoever is writing the script will have more than six weeks this time, because ultimately there is a good movie hidden somewhere inside this supervillainous concept. We'll keep you updated as more rumors come in.

Do you want to see more of the worst heroes ever, or should DC have extradited Harley Quinn and Deadshot and called it quits?

'Suicide Squad' [Credit: Warner Bros.]
'Suicide Squad' [Credit: Warner Bros.]

(Source: Hollywood Reporter)

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