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– by Seth McDonald

James Gunn, who is the mind behind what is my personal favorite Marvel franchise within the Marvel Cinematic universe. The movies were simplyjust a lot of fun, but apparently Gunn is having the most fun he’s had directing a film with his latest effort, that is a sort of, kind of, reboot, The Suicide Squad.

Gunn recently expressed an opinion during a Q&A on his Instagram page that considering his portfolio, weighs pretty heavily saying The Suicide Squad is the hardest project he’s taken on, it’s also the most fun, you can check out what he had to say below.

“They’re all challenging. Super was physically brutal – so much movie and so little time to shoot it. [Guardians of the Galaxy] Vol. 1 was scary because I didn’t know if people would get the vibe. [Guardians of the Galaxy] Vol. 2 was the hardest because of my mental state. [The Suicide] Squad is the most complex and biggest but also the most fun so far. So I guess overall Vol. 2.”

ALSO SEE: The Suicide Squad Leaked Set Photos Show Costumes For Several Characters

Gunn, as most of you know is still on the road back after he was fired (be careful on Twitter folks) and then not too long ago rehired by Marvel to bring fans a third installment of the Guardians franchise. Now working for DC as well Gunn hopes his reboot of the team of villains can please fans much more than the awful 2016 film known simply as Suicide Squad.

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