The highly anticipated animated series, Creature Commandos, will not be postponed to 2025, according to a recent statement by DC Studios Chief, James Gunn. This comes in response to a report that claimed the series would be released in 2025. Gunn took to Twitter on Saturday to clarify the situation, stating, “It was never postponed.” He further emphasized that Creature Commandos is still on track for a 2024 release and that there have been no delays.
Gunn’s tweet reassured fans who were initially taken aback by the rumored postponement. The series is set to kick off the DC Universe and brings together an array of characters from across DC comics. One of these characters is Frankenstein, a monster hunter based on the famous fictional character portrayed by David Harbour. In a recent interview for his upcoming film, Gran Turismo, Harbour expressed his excitement about the project, stating that James Gunn considers it some of his best work.
Creature Commandos, slated for a 2024 release, is an animated show created by James Gunn and Peter Safran for the new DC Universe. The series promises to be a unique blend of creepy, kooky, and altogether ooky elements from the DC comics universe. The show will focus on the titular Creature Commandos, a group of monsters and outcasts enlisted by Amanda Waller, played by Maria Bakalova from Borat 2, to form a militia. The first season, consisting of seven episodes, has already been written by James Gunn.
The cast of Creature Commandos is equally impressive, with a mix of new and familiar faces. Sean Gunn, who portrayed Weasel in The Suicide Squad, will be reprising his role in the animated series. Other notable cast members include Frank Grillo as Rick Flagg Sr., Maria Bakalova as Princess Ilana Rostovic, Indira Varma as The Bride, Zoe Chao as Nina Mazursky, and Alan Tudyk as Dr. Phosphorus. David Harbour will take on the role of Eric Frankenstein, bringing his own unique interpretation to the iconic character. Additionally, Sean Gunn will also be voicing the character G.I. Robot, while Steve Agee returns as John Economos.
With an exciting lineup of characters and talented cast members, Creature Commandos is set to deliver a truly weird and entertaining experience. Fans can look forward to a 2024 release date, as confirmed by James Gunn himself. The series will mark the beginning of a new era for the DC Universe, bringing together the supernatural and the unexpected in a way that only James Gunn can deliver. So, get ready to dive into the bizarre and thrilling world of Creature Commandos in 2024.