Check out this latest trailer of the film Suicide Squad.
In February 2009, Warner Bros. was making a Suicide Squad film, with Dan Lin, Colin Wilson, and Charles Roven producing, and Justin Marks writing the script. David Ayer marked on to coordinate and script the film in September 2014. On October 20, 2014, director Ayer conversed with Empire Online about the film, and he said "that it's a Dirty Dozen with supervillains" as he construct the screenplay in light of different Suicide Squad comic material for the screenplay. Referring to a reason that "The DC Universe is excessively rich, making it impossible to go exceptionally far astray." On March 28, 2015, Ayer teased that the film would likewise highlight Arkham Asylum, in which a few individuals from the Suicide Squad are incarcerated.
On December 1, 2014, The Hollywood Reporter uncovered that the Pinewood Toronto Studios had been reserved to begin the pre-production in February, and that filming would happen from mid-April to September. In February 2015, Ayer tweeted a few photographs from the set, while they were getting ready to begin the production. In right on time March 2015, Leto tweeted his new look with shaved facial hair and trimmed secures planning for his role. Filming started on April 13, 2015. On April 26 and 27, shooting was to occur at the Hy's Steakhouse. A "snowstorm" scene was shot on April 29 on the Adelaide St. also, in Ching Lane. On May 5, a couple significant scenes were taped in downtown Toronto beside Yonge and Dundas square. Road signs were uprooted for security reasons amid taping that night. Later in the month, a Batman stunt twofold was seen on set pursuing down the Joker and Harley Quinn in Toronto. Principal photography wrapped in August 2015 and the film is set for a grand release in August 2016.
The new trailer releases hot on the heels of that stylish new poster, which converts the film’s impressive lead cast into a collection of stylized skulls. Both that one-sheet and the new footage makes one thing clear: this isn’t your typical comic book movie.
In the event that you have to put countenances to names, Will Smith is playing Deadshot, an expert professional killer who never misses. Margot Robbie is Harley Quinn, the unsettled previous fire of the Joker. Cara Delevingne is the disturbed mage known as Enchantress. Exhausted under the greater part of that make-up is Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as Killer Croc, one of Batman's coolest scalawags. Jai Courtney is Captain Boomerang, who, uh, tosses boomerangs. Driving this group of oddities is Joel Kinnaman's Rick Flagg and driving him is Viola Davis' Amanda Waller. Furthermore, obviously, Jared Leto is in the blend as the Clown Prince of Crime himself, the Joker.