A new Suicide Squad trailer is here to help you forget Batman V Superman

A new Suicide Squad trailer is here to help you forget Batman V Superman

Harley Quinn and The Joker are the real heroes we deserve.

So you saw Batman V Superman and the only thing you took from it was that Ben Affleck wasn't coping with the negative reviews from it and Drazic from Heartbreak High was in it. Warner Bros - the film company in charge of being the DC Comics universe to the big screen, know this, and are currently sweating bullets because Batman V Superman probably isn't going to crack over the magical billion dollar mark box office wise, and it doesn't get their attempt at replicating the Marvel Cinematic Universe off to the best of starts.

Enter: Suicide Squad. The trailers have been promising ever since the first one last year, they're spending a bunch of coin doing some re-shoots to make the movie more fun (even though it already looked pretty fun), and somehow they're actually swaying public opinion on Jared Leto's Joker. TL:DR people have been warm on this film since it was announced, and they're only getting warmer with each well cut, fun-looking trailer. This latest is another that hits all the right notes, and if nothing else it seems like Australian actor Jai Courtenay might actually finally maybe potentially be good in a Hollywood film - something he's so far failed to do despite scoring roles in Die Hard and Terminator movies for some weird reason. He's no Drazic, but that's not his fault.

Things to note:

- Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn looks great.

- Will Smith as Deadshot looks great.

- Warner Bros. heard that most of us generally liked Ben Affleck as Batman, so they want you to know he's in this one too.

- No grandma's piss.

- No Drazic :'(

Suicide Squad is out August 5.

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