The Suicide Squad and Peacemaker director James Gunn has hinted that he’s currently developing another DC Comics TV show project.
Last week saw the release of the Peacemaker TV series drop on HBO Max in the US, with three episodes of The Suicide Squad spin-off being unleashed. The series has been created by James Gunn, who also directed Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy movies.
Gunn is currently knee-deep in comic book projects including the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. However, even with so many creative irons in the fire, Gunn has also revealed that he’s developing yet another DC Comics TV show. Following Gunn himself confirming that he’s working on a DC show besides Peacemaker, Collider now has an interview with the director where he offers a few more details.
“You know, we’re stepping forward (with that project). It keeps happening,” he says. “We’ll see what’s happening, and I’ll know what’s happening very shortly. I dealt with it last night and this morning.” When asked what platform the mystery comic book project might appear on, Gunn replied, “It’s TV. There you go.”
As Gunn tends to choose more obscure and left-field characters to focus on in his creative endeavours, we’re definitely excited to see what the director will be working on next. Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special is due out on Disney+ in December, with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. currently set for May 5, 2023.
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