With so many delays, postponements and cancellations of productions of TV sequence and movies, there are lots of query marks hovering above many extremely anticipated movies and lots of them are of the superhero variety. James Gunn has two large ones on his his plate: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and The Suicide Squad. He gave us some updates on the place they stand by way of launch dates — and fanboys and fangirls will probably be joyful to know that it’s excellent news.

At Warner Bros., Gunn is helming the DC Comics pic The Suicide Squad, the second installment of the movie whose first was directed by David Ayer. Followers will probably be joyful to know that Gunn reassured the August 6, 2021 continues to be in place.

“Proper now there’s no cause for #TheSuicideSquad launch date to maneuver,” he wrote on Twitter. “We’re on or forward of schedule. We had been extraordinarily lucky to wrap capturing & arrange modifying from our properties (because of a submit manufacturing group & studio with foresight) earlier than quarantine.”

Even so, don’t anticipate any first look stills or a trailer any time quickly. Gunn stated that despite the fact that they’re on schedule throughout quarantine, different components have slowed and this contains releasing photographs and trailers.

The Suicide Squad has a busting-at-the-seams solid that features Alice Braga, Michael Rooker, Joaquin Cosio, Mayling Ng, Sean Gunn, Jennifer Holland, Juan Diego Botto, Tinashe Kajese, Julio Ruiz, Pete Davidson, Taika Waititi Nathan Fillion, Steve Agee, Peter Capaldi, and Flula Borg.

And after a protracted journey of being fired and being employed again on Gunn is ready to take a seat within the director’s chair for the third time for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 — which appears to be on schedule.

“Proper now the plans with Vol Three are additionally precisely the identical as they had been earlier than coronavirus,” tweeted Gunn.

Disney has but to assign a launch date to Guardians. It’s most likely as a result of they’ve been too busy shuffling dates for his or her different titles. Disney has shifted the entire launch dates for Section four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Black Widow is taking on The Eternals’ November 6 slot which precipitated it to shift to  February 12, 2021, shifting Shang-Chi strikes to Might 7, 2021. This made Physician Unusual within the Multiverse of Insanity transfer to Thor: Love and Thunder‘s date which precipitated the God of Thunder to have a debut of February 18, 2022. Black Panther 2 stays on Might 6, 2022 and Captain Marvel 2 is now set for July 8, 2022, which Disney already RSVPed for an untitled live-action pic.