Despite making over $700 million dollars at the box office, and still climbing, many feel that Suicide Squad was a decent film at best, with many criticizing several aspects of the film. One of them being that several characters on the Squad weren’t as fleshed out as they should’ve been.
Jai Courtney, who played one of those characters in Captain Boomerang, talked during an MTV podcast about his feelings of the film:
“I don’t know — how do you please everyone?” Courtney said. “I don’t think ‘Suicide Squad’ ever intended to… If you’re not going to make a movie R-rated, and you want everyone to come see it, essentially, well, then… chances are, whole bunch people aren’t going to love it… It’s a challenge, man, and I think [director] David [Ayers] did an incredible job, and I sure as hell hope we get to make another one with him and all the crew…”
Something fans want, and was teased in the film, was for Courtney to be in the upcoming Flash solo film, which is said to feature the Rogues. Of which, Boomerang is one.
“[Warner Bros.] keeps everyone in the dark,” Courtney continued, expanding on why even he remains unaware of whether he’ll be tapped to plague the scarlet speedster on the big screen. “We’re all mushrooms over there in the DC house… keep us in the dark and feed us crap,” he joked.
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