James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad is poised to essentially change up the components that the primary Suicide Squad arrange a few years in the past. Two of the celebrities within the movie, Joel Kinnaman and John Cena, gave some followers a behind-the-scenes take a look at their coaching routine heading into the film. Now, the 2 performers don’t have their film costumes on, however they’re within the health club and Kinnaman had a really shaggy dog story about how phenomenal of an athlete Cena is in actual life. Many wrestlers get a bizarre rap as a result of they don’t play a “real sport.” Rest assured, Cena is about as sturdy as a mule and has flexibility and mobility that almost all wouldn’t count on from an athlete his measurement. His co-star obtained to see a few of that firsthand.
Kinnaman wrote on Instagram, “Lunch break on #TheSuicideSquad When I saw @johncena bench 4000 lbs I thought to myself “Damn.. but you know he probably can’t move that well.. I’m smooth and flexible.. Then he got up started stretching and did the splits.”
Pretty spectacular, however The Suicide Squad star has been providing his opinion on numerous completely different matters in interviews recently. Kinnaman is again for a second spherical with the franchise and he’s already seeing how this time can be completely different. On Variety’s Big Ticket podcast, the actor talked about how the lighter tone, regardless of the continued violence, will set this film other than it’s predecessor.
“He’s an incredible guy,” Kinnaman mentioned. “He’s written a fantastic script. It’s so funny… I feel like I’m shooting my first comedy. There are a lot of really funny people there. It’s like a learning experience. I’m around a lot of incredible funny people.”
But the actor wasn’t achieved there both, he talked concerning the DC film that at the moment has most the nation speaking, Joker. He had nothing however variety issues to say about Joaquin Phoenix’s flip as the Clown Prince of Crime.
“Joaquin [Phoenix] just crushed it. Wow. He is incredible. He’s such an actor,” he added. “It’s surprising to see that kind of a performance in something that has a DC wrapper on it, because that’s a real art film. And I have a sister who’s schizophrenic, and I’ve drawn on some of her behavioral things in things that I’ve done earlier, and, yeah, I was really struck by how accurate his [performance was].”
Joker is now in theaters. Upcoming DC Movies embody Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) on February 7, 2020, Wonder Woman 1984 on June 5, 2020, The Batman on June 25, 2021, The Suicide Squad on August 6, 2021, and Aquaman 2 on December 16, 2022.