James Gunn kept a “file folder of characters” that didn’t make the cut for ‘The Suicide Squad’.
The 54-year-outdated filmmaker helmed the new movie, and he’s published a pair of of the characters he thought to be including in the worthy-anticipated movie, including the likes of Deathstroke, Sunless Spider, Solomon Grundy, Livewire, Man-Bat, Chemo, KG Beast and Knockout.
James wrote on Twitter: “When I first thought to be taking the job of writing #TheSuicideSquad I kept a file folder of characters I modified into once focused on. Here are steady a pair of (of many) that didn’t make the cut (for now!)
“Every character in #TheSuicideSquad modified into once chosen for a motive, sizable or minute, and though I adore a whole lot of these other characters, they didn’t serve the account fairly as smartly. (sic)”
Despite this, James stays commence-minded about presumably using the characters in the future.
He outlined on the micro-running a blog platform: “I am for constructive commence to using them in the future. And there are many more good @DCComics characters the build these came from. (sic)”
Earlier this year, James published he cries “all the time” when he’s making motion photography.
The director admitted he finds writing to be an emotional route of.
He previously said on Twitter: “I bawl all the time while writing. I the truth is cried when Yondu instructed Peter he modified into once his father in Vol 2 & when Rocket gave in to being pet by Drax – I win teary steady writing those moments now – however I cried many other conditions too. (sic)”
Asked if he shed tears while writing ‘The Suicide Squad’, James replied: “Plug, the truth is.”