Fans were more excited when a preview of “Suicide Squad” was shown to them at the recently concluded San Diego Comic-Con. They also saw the trailer for “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and were more than happy to discover quite a few things in it. But perhaps, director of “Suicide Squad” David Ayer was right, the fight between good versus evil has been done repeatedly, maybe fans want to see bad guys take down evil in their own way. Read on.
According to Entertainment Weekly, after the trailer of “Suicide Squad” was leaked online and DC was forced to release a pristine copy of the trailer with much disappointment, eagerness and the excitement surrounding the movie has only increased.
“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” trailer was also released that gave a little preview of one of the most epic fights in the comic history, but watching bad guys assemble a team and fighting for the good side is something that fans consider cooler than the traditional good versus bad fight.
Both the movies have their dedicated set of loyal fans that are waiting for the movies to hit the silver screen, but seems like their trailers are equally powerful. As of now the trailer for “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” has garnered almost 35 million views on YouTube but leaving it behind by over 2 million views is the “Suicide Squad” trailer that has garnered about 37 million views. The latter trailer shows all major super villains from the DC Cinematic Universe being assembled in a team called Suicide Squad. As the newly formed team, their objective would be to undertake covert ops for the American Government. Amanda Waller, who is the mastermind behind assembling this bad guys team, is heard mentioning that they can be blamed if anything goes wrong.
On the other hand, “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” sees Batman analyzing and confronting Superman’s motives and actions after what happened in “Man of Steel.” Leaving aside this friendly competition between the two movies, they ultimately serve as two major players who will take the DC Cinematic Universe to a different level altogether.
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