James Gunn shares filming update on HBO Max's Peacemaker Season 2

    The director took to Twitter to celebrate star Danielle Brooks' birthday and announced that production for the second season would start in a few months.

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    peacemaker poster

    One of the bright spots in the DC universe is James Gunn 's Suicide Squad spinoff Peacemaker starring John Cena, in the series Christopher Smith aka Peacemaker is forced to join the mysterious A.R.G.U.S. black ops squad "Project Butterfly".

    And with the current state of the DC universe being diary thanks to some bizarre choices by the new management a lot of fans are worried but thankfully the second season of Peacemaker is officially happening at HBO Max .

    James Gunn took to Twitter to celebrate the birthday of Danielle Brooks who plays Leota Adebayo on the show, and reveal that the second season would start production in a few months.

    The first season of the show was a hit with critics and fans, with the show receiving praise for its humor, action sequences, and performances from the actors especially Cena, Brooks, and Freddie Stroma.

    In the Twitter post James Gunn shared some BTS pictures from the first season and shared a filming update on the second season saying it would start in "just a few months.".

    So Pacemaker thankfully gets a second season and escaped the chopping block with a lot of movies and shows including Batgirl and Scoob 2 being canceled by management due to the current restructuring at the studio.

    The second season is most likely to start production as early as January 2023 and hopefully, we get to see the finished product by 2024, in the meantime, you can watch the first season of the show on Amazon Prime Video.