Author/director James Gunn shares an in the background video from the arrangement of DC’s The Suicide Squad, showing how King Shark’s footprints were made. As the development to David Ayer’s Suicide Squad (2016), The Suicide Squad presented newbies Bloodsport, Peacemaker, Ratcatcher 2, Polka-Dot Man, and Nanaue ak.a. King Shark (voiced by Sylvester Stallone with stand-in work by Steve Agee) to Rick Flag, Harley Quinn, and Task Force X. Continuing in the strides of Guardians of the Galaxy’s Groot, Gunn’s latest anthropomorphic, CGI creation, King Shark has turned into a fan favorite in the DCEU.
Gunn as of late took to Instagram to share an in the background video of how King Shark’s footprints were made for an erased scene in The Suicide Squad. The video shows props master Drew Petrotta spacing out the character’s means in the roads of Panama City, where the film’s Corto Maltese showdown with Starro the Conqueror was shot. Look at it underneath:
The Suicide Squad’s home edition features commentary by Gunn, a gag reel, alternate trailer, and, obviously, erased/expanded scenes. Altogether, there are eight additional scenes, three of which feature one of Gunn’s favorite characters to compose, King Shark. The scenes offer a considerably greater look into who King Shark is, with one of the scenes seeing him play with two kids and another that sees him staring out the window of the transport aching to find a place with his general surroundings—a scene Gunn had recently said was one he would necessarily not like to cut.
There’s no preventing the noteworthy quality from getting The Suicide Squad’s special impacts, of which King Shark himself is a great representation. It remains to be checked whether fans will see him walk into a future DCEU project helmed by Gunn. In spite of John Cena’s Peacemaker apparently being killed by Bloodsport in The Suicide Squad, the film’s credits scene revealed him to be alive in the hospital. He’s currently set to work with Vigilante (Freddie Stroma), Emilia Harcourt (Jennifer Holland), and John Economos (Steve Agee) to “save the f – ing world.”