John Cena Catches Feelings in HBO's Max Trailer

John Cena Catches Feelings in HBO's Max Trailer ...

The newest trailer for's shows off a (slightly) more contemplative side for's title character.

The series, which airs on January 13, picks up after the events of The Suicide Squad and follows the hero(?) as he joins a new team while remaining someone who believes in peace no matter how many people he has to kill to achieve it. But the trailer (which follows an introducing members of the team) reveals maybe that's not the case anymore.

Despite Clemson Murn's urging, Peacemaker hesitates to take out a target while there are kids (Chukwudi Iwuji). I believe I'm having feelings about things, he tells Harcourt (Jennifer Holland).

James Gunn, the creator of the Series, told reporters in September that Peacemaker ". It's his ability to learn that for me makes him a little bit more likable. His blindspots in some places are pretty horrible, and in some places are him being ignorant." I believe it's a significant distinction to make as well. He's open at the same time, sometimes."

Peacemaker stars Danielle Brooks, Freddie Stroma, Steve Agee, and Robert Patrick in collaboration with Cena, Iwuji, and Holland.

Gunn wrote all eight episodes and five, including the series premiere, through his Troll Court Entertainment, along with Peter Safran and Matt Miller. Warner Bros. TV produces.

The trailer may be seen below.

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