Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn is reportedly writing and directing the movie, following David Ayer who directed the first one.
Instead, it looks as though someone else will shoulder the character's rifle, as Idris Elba is now in line to replace the departing Smith.
Deadshot who acted as leader of the pack in the 2016 flick will now see Smith replaced by Idris Elba according to the Hollywood Reporter. Smith reportedly backed out of the film due to conflicting schedules that he wasn't able to work around.
Gunn - who was sacked from Marvel movie "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3" by Disney over controversial past tweets - is believed to be helming the flick after it was previously revealed he is writing the script. No one from the cast has been confirmed to return to the sequel yet.
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Then there's King Shark, a staple of DC's "New 52" Suicide Squad comic book. It seems likely Jared Leto's days as the Joker are already over, though it's expected that Margot Robbie will reprise her role as Harley Quinn once she's done with her own spin-off Birds of Prey.
Suicide Squad 2/The Suicide Squad is set to hit the big screens on 6 August 2021.
Elba is also making his "Saturday Night Live" hosting debut this weekend, and the dapper thespian donned a sharp suit and popped some (enormous) bottles of champagne to celebrate in this hilarious promo NBC released on Wednesday.