SUICIDE SQUAD Sequel Is Reportedly Set To Begin Shooting Later This Year In The UK
Suicide Squad 2's production schedule has seemingly been decided upon by Warner Bros. According to a new report, the sequel to the divisive DCEU flick will commence production in The UK this Autumn...
As reported by Omega Underground, the movie is also expected to begin filming in the UK. However, Suicide Squad 2 will begin its shoot in the latter half of the year, October to be precise, while Wonder Woman 2 will kick-off in May. Also per Omega Underground, both sequels will be filming in the same Leavesden, England Warner Bros. Studio in which Justice League was filmed.
In regards to the film's cast, it hasn't been officially revealed but Will Smith is tied to Gemini Man until late July and Margot Robbie will be working on Once Upon A Time In Hollywood with Quentin Tarantino throughout the summer. Rumours have also circulated concerning an appearance by Dwayne Johnson, making his debut as the Shazam! villain Black Adam. Joel Kinnaman, Jay Hernandez, and Jai Courtney were also featured in an Instagram post by Kinnaman working out together, seemingly in preparation for the film. So, perhaps we'll also see the return of Rick Flag, Captain Boomerang, and even El Diablo.
While the first was a financial success, it received a poor critical and fan reception. Hopefully, WB can learn from the first film's mistakes and make a better sequel. Are you looking forward to Suicide Squad 2?
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