James Gunn Reveals “The Suicide Squad” Logo Ahead of FanDome Event

Warner Bros and DC are going to unleash more movie news in a single day at their upcoming FanDome event on August 22 than we’ve had in a long, long while. Getting in on that action a little earlier, writer/director James Gunn and the cast of his upcoming reboot/reimagining/semi-sequel The Suicide Squad took to Twitter to share some good vibes and great graphic design work.

First, Gunn revealed the film’s official logo. “#TheSuicideSquad team just got me these amazing new official title treatments for my birthday,” Gunn wrote on Twitter. “And the cast and I have so much more to show you guys on Aug 22.”

The cast of Gunn’s reboot got into the action via Twitter, too, to wish Gunn a happy birthday. This little Tweet montage hammers home just how sensational this cast is—Returning stars like Margot Robbie, Joel Kinnaman, and Jai Courtney threw some love Gunn’s way. So did the newcomers, including Idris Elba, Alice Braga, Nathan Fillion, Pete Davidson, Michael Rooker, John Cena, David Dastmalchian, Storm Reid, Mayling Ng, and his brother Sean Gunn. Doesn’t it seem like everyone who worked on The Suicide Squad had a lot of fun and nothing but praise for the production?

We really don’t know much about Gunn’s iteration of The Suicide Squad, which makes the FanDome Event so intriguing. We will probably finally learn who a lot of the cast members are actually playing, and, hopefully, will get a peek at a teaser or trailer.

The Suicide Squad is currently scheduled for release on August 6, 2021.

Featured image: ‘The Suicide Squad’ logo. Courtesy Warner Bros. Pictures


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