SDCC 2015: Suicide Squad trailer shown in Hall H will not be released

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Update: WB changed its mind. Check out the footage here.

One of the many thing people were talking about at this year’s Comic-Con was the trailer shown during the Suicide Squad panel. The cast and crew debuted a full trailer which would show the first look at Viola Davis as Amanda Waller and the first “official” glimpse at Jared Leto’s Joker. Word began to spread around about the trailer and shortly thereafter, a few cam versions of the trailer began to pop up online.

You can read a description of the trailer below.

Dinner table. “I have the worst of the worst”, a man tells Amanda Waller. The DC Comics logo ticks into screen. Waller says she put them in a hole and threw away the hole. She references Superman. “A task force of the most dangerous people on the planet who can do some good.” “We have built in deniability” because they’re bad guys. Harley Quinn hangs upside down in a cage. Deadshot beats a punching bag. Killer Croc strapped to a gurney. Harley asks, “Are you the devil?” Deadshot grapples down a building. A hospital gets shot up. Enchantress sits in a pool. Deadshot calls themselves the Suicide Squad as the team forms in the street. Helicopters fire. Harley holds her bat like a shotgun. The Joker walks down a hallway. Harley strangles a guard. Batman rides the Joker’s car. Harley pops gum. Boomerang talks about crazy people. Joker’s laugh! “I’m not gonna kill ya!” Joker says. The squad walks down the street. Joker goes on, “I’m just gonna hurt ya, really, really bad,” with the most insane look anyone can ever have in their eyes.

Unlike the Batman v Superman trailer Warner Brothers released earlier that day, they currently have no plans to release the Suicide Squad trailer online, as explained by Warner Bros. President of Worldwide Marketing and International Distribution Sue Kroll:

“We have no plans currently to release the Suicide Squad footage that leaked from Hall H on Saturday. It’s unfortunate and ultimately damaging that one individual broke a long-standing trust we have enjoyed with our fans at the convention by posting early material, which, at this point, was not intended for a wider audience. We are still in production on Suicide Squad, and will have a big campaign launch in the future. Our presentation yesterday was designed to be experienced in that room, on those big screens!”

Clearly this must be Kroll’s first Comic-Con because I clearly remember last year’s Batman v Superman trailer was also leaked. Still, it is unclear when we will get an official trailer released.

Suicide Squad is set to be released August 5, 2016.

Via Comic Book

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