Behind-the-scenes photographs shared by director James Gunn supply a take a look at Sean Gunn’s Calendar Man, who makes a cameo in The Suicide Squad.
It has been every week since The Suicide Squad premiered in theaters and on HBO Max, and followers are nonetheless raving about director James Gunn’s newest foray into the world of superheroes (or antiheroes on this case). The movie has a relatively massive roster of villains both happening a mission to supposedly save the world or just lurking within the background, with short-lived cameos. The latter consists of Calendar Man and Gunn has supplied followers a brand new take a look at the character who makes a cameo in The Suicide Squad.
On his Twitter account, Gunn shared behind-the-scenes pictures of Sean Gunn’s Calendar Man and David Dastmalchian’s Polka-Dot Man, that are paying homage to their interplay within the movie. Whereas he isn’t employed to be part of the Activity Drive X in The Suicide Squad, his cameo had followers speaking concerning the villain who seems in DC Comics and even goes up towards Batman on a number of events.
In one of many scenes at Belle Reve, Calendar Man is seen bullying Polka-Dot Man, and even goes on to name him somebody match to “entertain at [his] child’s birthday celebration.” This occurs when Polka-Dot Man is being launched to Bloodsport and Peacemaker as one of many members of Activity Drive X. In fact Peacemaker additionally finds it absurd that the villain’s power is to “throw polka dots at people.” The set photographs shared by Gunn present Dastmalchian in the identical gloomy temper as Polka-Dot Man within the respective scene, whereas Sean Gunn appears to be having a good time at his expense.
Within the comics, Calendar Man commits crimes on particular holidays and important dates all year long, and even wears costumes to narrate to the date of his crime. However, he’s thought-about to be one of many lesser evils or threats in Gotham City, as his crimes are sometimes comical. He even leaves behind a number of clues after committing against the law, making it very simple for the authorities to trace him down.
In The Suicide Squad, the villain is seen caught in jail, presumably arrested for one among his absurd crimes. What stands out is the tattoo that runs throughout his head, which is analogous to his comedian guide counterpart. The movie marks the character’s first live-action look, and followers need to see extra of him within the DCEU transferring ahead. The character has beforehand appeared within the animated Batman: Long Halloween movies, and was voiced by Dastmalchian.
The Suicide Squad is enjoying in theaters and streaming on HBO Max.
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