The film is directed by David Ayer.
Just when you gave up all hopes on the DC franchise, after an epic disappointment called Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, Warner Bros/, release a new trailer for Suicide Squad that will will make you gaze above and thanks all the Geek Gods!
WB has always been criticised for stripping humour out of their products, Man of Steel and BVS being the prime victims, so as to look quite different from their Marvel rivals. Sure, we don't expect them to be as over-quippy as Avengers: Age of Ultron, but a little humour won;t do any bad to them, especially when you are watching a film about two biggest superheroes in a ego tussle. Two of the rare clapworthy scenes in BVS had humour in them - the first one when Batman rescues Martha Kent, and tells her he happens to be her son (Superman)'s friend. to which, Martha replies that she guessed that from her drapes. The second was the one which the second trailer had spoilt - when Batman and Superman aren't sure whose ally Wonder Woman is?
Okay, coming back to the latest trailer of Suicide Squad, it keeps up the cheeky tone of the previous trailers, gives more scope to players other than Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn like Will Smith's Deadshot and Jay Hernandez's El Diablo, plus a few glimpses of Batman. Jared Leto's Joker also gets more footage here, yet he is not over-exposed, while being touted as the main baddie in a film about baddies. Margot Robbie is so fantastic and hot, and that itself is a reason for us to be excited about the film. Above all, you get to catch glimpses of Batman, though he looks too thin, making us wonder if it's Batman or his prodigy, Robin or someone else only.
However, the biggest takeaway from the trailer is that it has a lot of humorous moments, making us wonder if DC has learnt from its past mistakes.
Catch the trailer here...
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