‘Suicide Squad’ Trailer Premiered at Comic Con 2015

By Anshul Hardikar | 1 year ago
‘Suicide Squad’ Trailer Premiered at Comic Con 2015

The “Suicide Squad” is no superhero movie. It is not about the good taking down evil, it’s more like bad has been pitched against the evil. Director David Ayer is describing the movie in the same way. Everyone is aware of good forces taking down evil and protecting the innocent, but quite honestly it would be a change to see the bad forces doing some good deed (their intentions unclear though). The first trailer of the movie was shown at Comic-Con and whatever the first look showed, it received an outstanding response. Read on for more details.

According to Slash Film, Ayer’s introduction was followed by a quick appearance from the cast of the movie “Suicide Squad.” Amongst the ones who were present at the panel were Will Smith aka Deadshot, Margot Robbie aka Harley Quinn, Joel Kinnaman aka Rick Flagg, Jai Courtney as Captain Boomerang, Cara Delevingne as Enchantress amongst others. Although the official version has not been released online, it was reported that the trailer had leaked online.


“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” trailer looks dark and intriguing but those who saw the trailer of the movie strongly believe that the footage of the movie that was shown was a notch higher than that.

The trailer starts with Amanda Waller expressing her demands about bringing together a Task Force containing the most dangerous people on the planet. She is shown sitting with some high-ranking cops who are also concerned about integrating a task force like the one she is talking about. But, Amanda is shown to be quite sure since she mentions that the same bad guys can be blamed if something in the mission goes wrong.

Characters introduction follows with Harley Quinn talking to Amanda Waller, Smith rappelling down the building and a close up on his face sans the mask. Other villains like Captain Boomerang, Slipknot and Killer Croc are also shown. It is being reported that the highlight of the footage is when Batman is shown on the top of a car whose driver is unknown. But with the creepy laughter that follows, it is pretty evident that who the driver is.

Once the trailer was over, Smith made sure to pick up the mic and mentioned that the group is banging out stuff that is stunning. Clearly the excitement surrounding the movie is way too much, it will be seen what the makers will be presenting when the movie will release in August next year.

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