New behind-the-scenes portraits from The Suicide Squad presents Calendar Man( Sean Gunn) hanging out with Polka-Dot Man( David Dastmalchian ). A soft reboot of David Ayer’s 2016 movie, Suicide Squad, James Gunn’s latest foray into superhero filmmaking recently debuted in theaters and on HBO Max. Thus far, The Suicide Squad has received widespread accolade from gatherings and reviewers alike.

A major element of Task Force X is the notion that Amanda Waller( portrayed in the movie by Viola Davis) procures lower-tier DC villains to go on suicide goals in exchange for time removed from their sentences. In The Suicide Squad, Polka-Dot Man is conscripted for the mission to Corto Maltese alongside Bloodsport( Idris Elba ), Peacemaker( John Cena ), Harley Quinn( Margot Robbie ), and others. During Polka-Dot Man’s less-than-glorious introduction to the team, holiday-obsessed Batman scoundrel Calendar Man bridges his course and satirizes the colorful villain as somebody fit to entertain at a kid’s birthday and hurls some improprieties his behavior for good measure.

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Despite all the animosity between Calendar Man and Polka-Dot Man in the movie, it now looks like their real-life equivalents got to hang out on The Suicide Squad’s determined between takes. Director James Gunn has taken to Instagram to post behind-the-scenes epitomes of Sean Gunn and David Dastmalchian spending time together while filming the movie. Check out the epitome below 😛 TAGEND

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Sean Gunn’s brief cameo as Calendar Man is not his only image in The Suicide Squad, nonetheless. In happening, the actor too acted the flow capture for Weasel, the child-killing , non-swimming member of Task Force X whose screen duration comes cut short at the beginning of the movie. This dual character seems to be a pattern for the Gunn brethren, as Sean Gunn similarly illustrates Kraglin and does the motion capture for Rocket Raccoon in the Guardians of the Galaxy films, which are also directed by James Gunn.

With The Suicide Squad now out, followers are left to wonder if there could be a future for Sean Gunn’s Calendar Man in the DCEU, or if he’s simply an Easter egg for fans to catch. With James Gunn recently divulging that he’s interested in doing another DC villain movie, there’s ever the possibilities offered by Calendar Man returning as a brand-new member of Task Force X, or even obligating his nature to Gotham to face off against Batman. The Suicide Squad is currently in theaters and available to stream on HBO Max.

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