Suicide Squad left much of the moviegoing audience puzzled. The critical and fan reaction to the film itself was mixed to negative, and much of that criticism was targeted towards the disjointed nature of the film. There were certain scenes featured in the trailer that were absent in the film, and the surprisingly small amount of Jared Leto’s Joker in the movie let many viewers down.
Roman Vasyanov, who served as the cinematographer for the David Ayer-directed DC Extended Universe movie recently shared a new look at Leto’s Joker. This remarkable image showcases Batman’s greatest enemy as depicted in a deleted scene that took place after he failed to rescue Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) in a helicopter. You can see the image here.
What do you think of this image? Personally, there are so many aspects about what may have been cut from the final version of Suicide Squad that I still want to see released. For the time being, this new image of the Joker will suffice.
The first Suicide Squad which featured the DCEU’s most dangerous super villains on a mission to save Midway City from a supernatural entity starred Will Smith and featured a breakout performance from Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn. The film managed to take a total of $745 million at the global box office. Both Smith and Robbie are expected to return for the sequel. The film also won an Oscar for Best Makeup at the 2017 Academy Awards.
Suicide Squad is currently available on Digital HD, Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD. Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on the Suicide Squad sequel as we learn it.
Source: Roman Vasyanov
5 Worst Characters Of The DC Extended Universe So Far
The DC Extended Universe is filled with interesting and diverse characters, including the superheroes that we know and love as well as great side characters. They contribute to the narrative of each film and can be a wonderful asset in telling a story. Unfortunately, however, there have been some missteps with some of them.
Some characters have either failed to live up to potential or were just poorly written, something that can often times drag down an otherwise good film. These characters stick out as weak spots in a growing universe and they deserve to be discussed so that these mistakes hopefully can be avoided in the future.
So, here are the 5 worst characters of the DC Extended Universe so far. Click next to take a look, but be warned that there will be some spoilers.