James Gunn participated in the development of the game and thought that it fit with the scenes of the film based on the DC universe.
Perhaps you remember Lollipop Chainsaw, a game that arrived a few years ago led by the charismatic and peculiar Sweat 51. We took control of a cheerleader who wore her boyfriend’s head as a keychain and we carried a huge chainsaw with which to kill hordes of zombies. That adventure has served as inspiration for The Suicide Squad directed by James Gunn, starring some of the most badass characters in the DC universe.
What you probably did not know is that James Gunn was a designer, writer and producer of that extravagance of Suda 51, and that, as the filmmaker now confesses, he has served as inspiration for some of the scenes in the film, which has to Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) as the protagonist.
James Gunn was involved in the development of the game“I made a game called Lollipop Chainsaw together with Suda in Japan. I always liked that hearts and little ones beautiful things came out of the people mixed with the blood. A lot comes from there, from mixing the most horrible gore with the idealized way that Harley sees life, “says Gunn in an interview with the medium. Collider, where he also points out that this sequence was planned from the initial drafts.
Speaking of this, we remember that next year the launch of Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League, a video game developed by Rocksteady (Batman Arkham) and with which you can take control of quirky characters like King Shark or Harley Quinn herself to face the heroes of DC.
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