Peacemaker – Attend a Task Force X meeting

Peacemaker is the new 8-episode miniseries set to debut in January 2022 and which serves as a follow-up to writer-director James Gunn’s DC Extended Universe, The Suicide Squad – Missione Suicida, which premiered in theaters and on HBO Max earlier this year. To advertise the event, theaccount Twitter has come up with a truly original idea that allows fans to attend a real reunion of the Task Force X. Like? Let’s see it together.

Peacemaker: how to attend the meeting of the Task Force X

Onofficial Twitter account from Peacemaker A phone number has been made public that allows callers to hear a meeting between members of Task Force X, in which, apparently, Peacemaker is late.

On the message we can read:

“If you are committed to peace, call 1-833-4PSSMKR”

After a short wait, callers can hear audio from the recently posted clip from the show.

The official Twitter account tweets and interacts with fans frequently, doing a great job promoting the series, from commercials for HBO Max and DC FanDome, and posters and images. But this remains the most creative idea of ​​all.


Peacemaker: all the information

Peacemaker will follow the events of The Suicide Squad and will see the titular character go on this deadly mission. Presumably he will be involved in working behind Waller with his staff, as well as being involved with Vigilante (played by Freddie Stroma), a New York district attorney who becomes an anti-hero who has fast-healing properties. While the details on Peacemaker are scarce so far, we know that James Gunn wrote all eight episodes of the series himself and directed most of them.


At the moment, the cast of the series includes Chris Conrad (Adrian Chase/Vigilante), Danielle Brooks (Leota Adebayo), Robert patrick (Auggie Smith), Jennifer Holland (Emilia Harcourt), Steve Agee (John Economos). The first three episodes of Peacemaker will be released on January 16th on HBO Max.

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