The Peacemaker director James Gunn wants to do another seasoN

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    The Peacemaker director James Gunn wants to do another seasoN

    James Gunn in an interview expressed in interest in making a second season of the Peacemaker

    The Peacemaker director James Gunn wants to do another seasoN

    The Suicide Squad spinoff Peacemaker which is set to stream on HBO Max this week which stars John Cena as Christopher Smith / Peacemaker a mercery who is recruited by Amanda Waller for a secret mission.

    James Gunn wrote the show and serves as showrunner, while initial the series was thought to be a limited run consisting of eight episodes.

    In a recent interview, the director expressed an interest in doing another season of the show stating that he would be happy to return and ideas on where to take the series next.

    In the interview with Screenrant James Gunn said "We have 87 seasons mapped out. Yeah, we're gonna be doing this until John and I are 150 years old," he went to say. "But yeah, no we all want to continue. We really want to continue. It was the greatest group of people. 

    "obviously, I was already friends with John and Jenn [Holland], obviously, and Steve Agee. But Danielle [Brooks] and Chuk — [Chuk] is one of my best friends. Chuk is one of the primary characters now in Guardians 3, and he is murdering it on this movie. So, it was just, really, a great group of people and I can't wait to work with them again."

    James Gunn is currently busy directing the third installment in The Guardians of the Galaxy franchise but based on the early reactions from critics to Peacemaker with an 86% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, it is no wonder that Gunn and the rest of the cast would be eager to return.

    Along with John Cena, the rest of the cast includes Steve Agee, Danielle Brooks, Robert Patrick, and Jennifer Holland

    The first three episodes of the show will stream on HBO Max on 13 January 2022

    Updated: January 14, 2022 11:45 AM IST
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