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HBO Max's 'Peacemaker' gets patriotic action packed trailer
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HBO Max’s ‘Peacemaker’ gets patriotic action packed trailer

‘Peacemaker’ explores the continuing story of the character that John Cena reprised in James Gunn’s 2021 film ‘The Suicide Squad.’

HBO Max has released the first official Peacemaker trailer for the much-anticipated spin-off from The Suicide Squad movie released in August. The DC spin-off series debuts Thursday, January 13 with three episodes and one episode weekly through February 17th. Written and directed by James Gunn, the first season consists of eight episodes.

The series stars John Cena as Peacemaker, Danielle Brooks as Adebayo, Freddie Stroma as Vigilante, Jennifer Holland as Harcourt, Chukwudi Iwuji as Murn, Steve Agee as Economos, and Robert Patrick as Auggie Smith.

So what’s Peacemaker about?

PEACEMAKER explores the continuing story of the character that John Cena reprises in the aftermath of Gunn’s 2021 film “The Suicide Squad” – a compellingly vainglorious man who believes in peace at any cost, no matter how many people he has to kill to get it.

Check out the trailer below.

HBO Peacemaker trailer

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