‘Suicide Squad’ Details Reveal A Scene With Harley Quinn And Character Descriptions

The latest issue of Empire Magazine has already revealed a bunch of new images and details, but the one detail it has been keeping hush about is the description of the plot. It is keeping a lot of plot details secret, but it did reveal one interesting and potentially fun scene in the film.

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It describes a scene where the entire squad are on board  in a helicopter when Katan joins them. Turns out she is a volunteer to the squad and more specifically Rick Flag’s guard.  There is a bit of dialogue that ensues between Harley and Katana:

She’s got my back,” Flag informs the Squad. “I’d advise not getting killed by her – her sword traps the souls of its victims.” Harley extends her hand, perky and smirky. “Harley Quinn, nice to meetcha. Love your perfume. What is that: Stench of Death?

This moment lets us know the tone of the film. It’s obvious now that Harley will be playing the comedic part of the team. The film will have moments of comedy, but from the trailers it seems to be a very dark project overall. This scene seems like a fun scene that I’m sure fans will be excited to see take place on the big screen. 

In addition to this scene reveal there are also some interesting details concerning the various members of the team. The Following quotes come from Joel Kinnaman (Rick Flag).


She has morals and codes. She’s can also slice through hundreds of people without taking a breath.


He’s formidable. He can climb anything. And he hangs people for a living. I joke that he was caught strangling Wonder Woman. I downloaded this app called Grog Knots. Now I could tie up a horse.


He’s an absolute bogan, in the purest sense. Dave’s first instruction was, ‘Find your inner shitbag.


Most of these guys are happy to get out there and kill people, but he just wants to stay out of the fight.

Killer Croc:

He’s a cannibal with rage issues. Although he only eats the most talented people. He’s picky.

Rick Flag:

Flag is the highest level operator working for the government. He’s had lots of friends die and has killed many, many people. Deadshot gives him the most problems. Harley is easily distracted, but up for following orders if it means destroying things…

What do you think of this scene and the character descriptions? Are you excited for this film? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Empire (via CBM)

Christian Michael Stoic

Christian Michael Stoic

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