‘Suicide Squad’ New Posters Show Joker, Deadshot, & More

‘Suicide Squad’ New Posters Show Joker, Deadshot, & More
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It looks like the DC Extended Universe is finally going to get its first successful flick with Suicide Squad, thanks to a bunch of supervillains. As the movie continues to gain traction all over the world, Warner Bros UK has decided to juice up the excitement by releasing 11 posters of Suicide Squad members.


The images are fortunately hi-res and can be zoomed in for us to see the character suits, especially those of Joker and Harley Quinn. The gallery contains images of Amanda Waller, Harley Quinn, Joker, Deadshot, Katana, Enchantress, Rick Flag, Killer Croc, Slipknot, El Diablo and Captain Boomerang.

You might have caught the characters in action in the trailer. According to Batman News, the studio also released a theatrical poster yesterday followed by another poster for the IMAX version this morning.

Earlier this month, Warner Bros confirmed the appearance of Suicide Squad at the San Diego Comic-Con. We can possibly hope for a new trailer or some important reveals before the initial release of the movie.

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In other news, Ben Affleck has confirmed that the Justice League team will be coming to Comic-Con as well. Affleck will be reprising his role as Batman in Justice League. He will also be the executive producer of the movie. Hopefully, the superheros won’t steal the limelight from Suicide Squad at Comic-Con; would it be the other way around?

Suicide Squad will be hitting theaters on August 4 2016, and the release dates may differ based on regions.

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  • aslan

    Both Batman V Superman and Man of Steel were successful. This article is a bit stupid.