Comicbook.com: Peacemaker Fans React to Epic Opening Credits Sequence
Updated: Jan 17
Gunn definitely selected “Do You Wanna Taste It” as Peacemaker‘s opening credit tune for a cause, and the lyrics point out precisely why it makes for a fantastic pairing.
Peacemaker has fans buzzing about that incredible opening sequence. Wig Wam, a Norwegian band, might not have been on a lot of people's radar, but they will be now. "Do You Wanna Taste It" blares while the entire cast participates in a choreographed music number. And when we say the entire cast, we mean everyone. (Even Early gets to have a moment at center stage!) It sets the kind of uproarious tone that James Gunn likes to employ in his projects. Music is a main ingredient in The Suicide Squad and The Guardians of the Galaxy. It's no surprise the soundtrack for Peacemaker would make you want to crank things up to 11. As an added bonus, he tried to clue everyone in during the trailer as this is the same song featured there. But, people love it and are enjoying the show as well.
"It's great. It's the first time I've ever taken an IP or a character into an extended look besides WWE's John Cena," Cena told ComicBook.com about the series. "So that's really fun, to be able to embrace the patience of not having to rush through everything in an hour and 45 minutes to two and a half hours. It's a different approach, but it's one that I like because I like being able to take a breath and soak in the nuances of what it might be going on. So it is a different approach, but it's one that I prefer."
James Gunn utilizing Wig Wam’s “Do You Wanna Taste It” for the Peacemaker opening credit tune is an intriguing selection. The tune is all about leaving your previous behind to seek out the life you actually want, as made clear via the lyrics: “Pack it up, get ahead. Gotta leave this mess behind. Gotta cruise from the blues. Got a life to find.” This gives some perception into Chris Smith a.ok.a. Peacemaker’s mindset for the collection. He’s nonetheless below the command of Amanda Waller and Task Force X, however the present might be about him wanting to interrupt freed from this life and discover one thing else.
There are different elements of “Do You Wanna Taste It” that might inform Peacemaker’s total arc. The refrain of Wig Wam’s hit tune says “Blind to what you’ll soon become. The mirror lies, the whole world’s wrong, but you.” One of Gunn’s targets for Peacemaker may very well be to fix John Cena’s character by having him confront his actions and persona. He may not absolutely understand simply how a lot of a villain he is turn into and nonetheless consider himself as a hero after The Suicide Squad. Gunn definitely selected “Do You Wanna Taste It” as Peacemaker‘s opening credit tune for a cause, and the lyrics point out precisely why it makes for a fantastic pairing.