EMPIRE 2: Here are the details of the Release Date, Star Cast and Plot

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DC has been involved in many projects lately but one movie no one was expecting was a sequel to the 2016 Suicide Squad. Though it has been announced that the upcoming will not be picking up from where it was left four years ago, fans are excited nonetheless.

In the November edition of the Empire Magazine, the cover of the movie was released featuring fan favourites such as Margot Robbie (as Harley Quinn) and new anti heroes such as a human rodent called Weasel and a sentient shark-man called King Shark. It was rumoured that this new movie will be a complete remake, which means it may have a total recasting as well.

The magazine’s subscriber only issue additionally featured a picture featuring James Gunn, the director of the film, himself. James Gunn was the director of the first two Guardians of the Galaxy movies and was fired before the third one could be produced as some of his old tweets joking about pedophilia, rape and other ugly topics resurfaced.In this edition James opens up about his journey from Marvel to DC and how he coped with the hate. 

The original Suicide Squad movie was directed by David Ayer and received mixed reviews from critics despite grossing $746 million worldwide. Let’s hope that this new sequel would bring a much better experience.

If you have not watched the movie yet, you can check out its trailer here- 

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