The second international trailer of Suicide Squad give us more of Batman in action and Joker in his element.
It’s certainly the most awaited anti-hero movie of this year. Suicide Squad’s release date edges closer and closer and the fans can barely keep themselves from getting excited. What’s harder is to watch what to expect from the movie as the release date comes closer.
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WB thought it would be a great time to attract the international audience with another international trailer giving them more of the favorite hero-villain pair Batman and Joker.
The new trailer of the movie is out and it is pretty much derived from the first international trailer of the movie as most of the scenes and the themes go with a little bit of additions here and there. More additions of the Joker and the Batman. The soundtrack is the same as the first international trailer.
The trailer starts with the same impending question that if Superman decided in some moment to rip the roof off from the White House and grab the president. Who will save him?
Amanda Waller played by Viola Davis comes in with the solution and we get to see our little band of villains doing good on a forced mission. Deadshot, Harley Quinn, Boomerang, Killer Croc, Enchantress and more getting the talk down by Joel Kinnaman.
The Suicide Squad then heads to the city and crash in style to step in the battle zone with armed troops to do their thing. That’s where we hear the Joker’s sinister laugh. What you have to remember with Suicide Squad trailers is that they are fast paced and fast moving with lingering moments of meaningful pauses.
At this point we get a fast paced reel of Joker’s scenes in a row where he looks menacing and sweet at the same time. He gets more time than Batman anyway who is seen perched on the hood of a moving car and diving headfirst in to water to rescue a drowning woman.
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So many things to look forward to and still about a month to go. Suicide Squad second international trailer only leave the fans wanting for more.