The Suicide Squad chief James Gunn shares a behind-the-scenes video of Peacemaker entertainer John Cena eating 36 empanadas. Gunn’s development to David Ayer’s Suicide Squad (2016) presents a small bunch of intriguing (and lesser-known) characters to the DC Extended Universe. As well as featuring Rick Flag and Harley Quinn, Amanda Waller’s most recent emphasis of Task Force X incorporates DC’s “douchey” or potentially confused Captain America, John Cena’s Peacemaker.
Paving the way to and following The Suicide Squad’s presentation, Gunn has shared a large number of behind-the-scenes content via online media. One of his latest Instagram posts is a video of Cena eating his 36th empanada for the previously mentioned scene. He, Gunn, and Joel Kinnaman then, at that point talk about how it will unavoidably bring about calamity. Look at it below:
Other content shared by the author/chief remembered data for how the climactic and emotional battle scene between Rick Flag and Peacemaker was recorded. Cena’s multi-layered performance demonstrated a champion in The Suicide Squad and has surely warranted Gunn’s Peacemaker spinoff, which as of late wrapped creation and is set to release in January 2022. Regardless of the character’s alleged destruction subsequent to being shot by Bloodsport, the film’s post-credits scene uncovered him to be alive, setting the spinoff to be both a continuation and a prequel exploring Peacemaker’s curved enthusiasm and, obviously, love for prepared turnovers. Gunn recently prodded that Cena would be needed to eat much more empanadas in the series.
One wouldn’t have a favorable opinion of The Suicide Squad’s “empanada scene” without Cena and Gunn’s sharing the story behind it. Entertainers often talk about the measure of food they’ve needed to devour filming a large number of takes, yet it’s not something easygoing moviegoers consider. Gunn could’ve cut Rick Flag’s throwaway line and no one would’ve been the smarter. Fortunately, he didn’t. Now, knowledge of Cena’s battle adds another comedic component to the film, making it even more significant for the people who made it. That being said, Kinnaman in all likelihood quit archiving the back finish of Cena’s battle.