Fresh off the release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (which is killing it in the box office BTW), Warner Bros. has released new images AND a new trailer for Suicide Squad. 

The flick centered around the antihero team is scheduled for release on 5 August this year and is the next installment in the DC Extended Universe.

The movie follows the “most dangerous people on the planet” aka “the bad guys” who are recruited to help police officials “go somewhere very bad and do something that” could get them killed.

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In addition to introducing Jared Leto as the new Joker, the movie will also be the debut for Harley Quinn along with Deadshot, Boomerang, Enchantress, Katana and more.

The new one minute and 30 second snippet of the movie showcases the group’s abilities to cause mass destruction, chaos and generate laughs.

Check out the trailer below.

Meanwhile, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice obliterated the competition during its opening weekend, bringing in $420 million worldwide.

The movie set the opening weekend record for the month of March and now holds the record for the largest domestic opening for a Warner Bros. movie.

Despite its success, the superhero flick fell slightly behind Jurassic World, which made $511.8 million during its opening weekend.

Are you keen to watch Suicide Squad?

1 Comment »

  1. I’m very ready to see Suicude squad. Hopefully it will have a sense of continuity with BVS. I saw somewhere that they are spending millions to re-shoot some scenes to make them lighter and funnier. I’m hopeful for a cool movie.

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