The series derived from the character played by John Cena is already available from today and we show you how the fans experienced it on the networks.
The fans of DC Extended Universe can enjoy from today the first three episodes of Peacemaker on the streaming service HBO Max. This is a series derived from the movie The Suicide Squad (2021) created by James Gunn, with the return of John Cena as the main character. The social networks vibrated with the launch and the reactions revealed the emotions of the fans.
Official synopsis: “The series will pick up after the events of The Suicide Squad, when Peacemaker, a highly experienced assassin with knowledge of all weapons, is in prison. Clemson Murn offers him a chance to avoid jail by working for him and forming a team to kill bad people“. The post-credits scene of the original film shows his rescue after being shot and the program will explain those events.
“Peacemaker is not an evil person, he’s just a bad guy. He seems irredeemable in the movie. But I think there’s more to him. We didn’t get to meet him in The Suicide Squad the way we know some of the other characters. And that’s what the whole show is about“, assured Gunn, who wrote the script in eight weeks in the midst of the film’s break due to COVID-19.
In addition to John Cena, part of the main cast is made up of Steve Agee (John Economos), Danielle Brooks (Leota Adebayo), Robert Patrick (Auggie Smith), Jennifer Holland (Emilia Harcourt), Freddie Stroma (Adrian Chase) y Chukwudi Iwuji (Clemson Murn). It will also feature recurring characters played by Lochlyn Munro, Annie Chang, Christopher Heyerdahl, Elizabeth Ludlow, Rizwan Manji, and Nhut Le, among others.
Although the series was expected to join the catalog of HBO Max in mid-2021, after the premiere of The Suicide Squad In January, fans received the solo fiction of this character in a great way. Peacemaker has been able to conquer the followers of the DCEU for his charisma and will continue in the same way, depending on the reactions left by fans on the networks.