James Gunn spoke to Newsweek about the future of "Peacemaker" and teased more than just a second season, as HBO Max confirmed its plans for the DC series.
"Peacemaker" came to a thrilling conclusion when the fast-paced finale saw John Cena's supervillain and his team make their stand against the Butterflies.
HBO Max's hit DC show "Peacemaker" ends on Thursday, February 17, and James Gunn and the cast spoke to Newsweek about the finale and the future.
Peacemaker has his work cut out for him in episode 7 of his HBO Max show after his father Auggie Smith, aka the White Dragon, decides to seek revenge.
Peacemaker and his team have been investigating the Butterfly invasion for weeks but now the aliens are onto them and they want to get their revenge.
Peacemaker and his team continued to investigate the Butterfly threat in the latest episode of the HBO Max show—and were forced into a dangerous corner.
Episode 2 of HBO Max's "Peacemaker" made reference to DC supervillain the White Dragon when Robert Patrick's Auggie Smith was called by the name.
After defeating his first Butterfly it's up to Peacemaker to embark on his new mission by targeting a U.S. Senator suspected of being one as well.
After being attacked by a butterfly Peacemaker is forced to try and evade the police by any means necessary in the second episode of the HBO Max show.
"Peacemaker" landed on HBO Max with its first three episodes, and Episode 1 sees Peacemaker try and get his bearings after the events of "The Suicide Squad."
James Gunn, John Cena, Jennifer Holland, Steve Agee and Robert Patrick spoke to Newsweek about filming the opening credits routine for "Peacemaker."
James Gunn and John Cena spoke with Newsweek about their new HBO Max show "Peacemaker" and the new take on the supervillain compared to "The Suicide Squad."
After the events of "The Suicide Squad" Peacemaker now has a new team to work with, including Vigilante, and the cast spoke to Newsweek about their characters.
John Cena's anti-hero Peacemaker returns following his successful stint in "The Suicide Squad" for his own spin-off series with director James Gunn.
DC fans will get a better look at Robert Pattinson's "The Batman" at the 2021 DC FanDome event as well as new announcements on upcoming superhero projects.
John Cena says "James Gunn alone with his thoughts is a creatively dangerous mix" after "The Suicide Squad" writer created a Peacemaker spinoff in lockdown.
"I'm so excited to play her again!" Margot Robbie tells Newsweek why a trilogy of Harley Quinn performances isn't enough while discussing "The Suicide Squad."
Newsweek spoke to John Cena, Joel Kinnaman and Daniela Melchior about James Gunn's interpretation of "The Suicide Squad." Gunn also discusses his sequel plans.
Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, James Gunn and the Stars of the new "Suicide Squad" movie talk to Newsweek about making a "rebootquel."
Plot armor is not something that exists in James Gunn's blood-drenched "The Suicide Squad.
"Fast and Furious 9," also known as "F9: The Fast Saga," is finally out in cinemas and fans can expect some major surprises, including familiar faces.
The Global Times, a Communist Party newspaper, praised the actor and wrestler's quick apology after he angered Chinese fans by referring to Taiwan as a country.
The star of Fast and Furious 9 caused controversy in China earlier in May when he called Taiwan a country.
The controversy came while Cena made an appearance to promote the upcoming film F9. While being interviewed on the Taiwanese broadcaster TVBS, he said, "Taiwan is the first country that can watch" the film. It sparked backlash in China, which considers Taiwan to be a breakaway province.
The professional wrestler called Taiwan a country while promoting his appearance in the new "Fast & Furious" movie during an interview in Mandarin earlier this month.
"Fast & Furious 9" welcomes a host of famous faces to the franchise, including John Cena and Cardi B.