After film critics slaughtered Suicide Squad, fans have wondered if the DCEU film could have received a more constructive criticism if Warner Bros. released its unedited version. Surprisingly, it looks like the studio could likely release them this November.
Recently, it was confirmed that Suicide Squad’s Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD would be released next month. A new end credits was leaked on Tuesday, hinting an extended edition similar to Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition.
Speculations suggest that Warner Bros. would likely include edited scenes as deleted content in the extras. However, the studio has not made any announcements yet.
While the audience await official confirmation from Warner Bros., a fan recently shared his explanation of a deleted scene from Suicide Squad. The content was leaked earlier by paparazzi during its initial release in August.
The footage reveals an action sequence that involves a confrontation between Dr. Harleen Quinzel and The Joker. When the footage was initially shared on the internet, fans were confused as the video didn’t contain useful audio to understand the scene.
Tthe fan explained what could have been dialogues shared by the two dangerous Arkham villains. Readers can check it out below.
In an earlier interview, Margot Robbie revealed that the deleted scenes were in fact an explanation of the character’s origin. Unfortunately, the studio decided to remove the scene from the theatrical print as it wasn’t primarily important to the plot.
The origin story of Harley Quinn is expected to be the focus of her standalone movie recently sanctioned as an active project by Warner Bros. Furthermore, Margot Robbie will also be the executive producer for the film.
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