Suicide Squad finally gets a rating in the NBA Finals TV spot which features the characters of the movie.
Probably one of the most awaited bad guys’ movie ever, Suicide Squad is looming closer. DC Universe is getting some lessons from Batman vs. Superman and making the film a little on the bright side.
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While many fans complained that BvS revealed a lot in the trailers and then TV spots, Suicide Squad is breaking that curse. Having released as much trailers and spoiler as BvS; DC Universe is taking care that they should not be dull.
The trailers of the movie have been a mixture of funny, action filled and darker themed shots with some toe-tapping music. There were two ways that the fans are anticipating this movie to go. It could be either dark and somewhat dull like Batman vs. Superman. Given DC Universe’s record, that’s a high possibility.
However, the production has been insistent that there is humor in the movie covered between the characters. So that brings the other expectation to light.
Some people are anticipating it to be dark and humorous like Deadpool only darker. That would have been great. Since Deadpool has proven that R-rated movies will work great on the box office.
However, in a recent NBA Final, the studio released a TV spot that might have crushed the R-rated dreams of many fans. A half a minute spoiler featuring Viola Davis’ character, Amanda Waller selling the idea of a villains team doing some good in the world. We see the team including, Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), Deadshot (Will Smith), Boomerang (Jai Courtney), El Diablo (Jay Hernandez), Killer Croc (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje), task leader Rick Flag (Joel Kinnaman) and Joker (Jared Leto) in succession. The end of the spoiler clearly states in the heavy voice to watch out for Suicide Squad which has been rated PG-13, according to EW. That’s right, PG-13.
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Many fans might find it dismal. Experts are guessing that the edge that the movie has been building for a while might have been lost with that rating and a lot of audience might not show up to watch the movie.