VIDEO: Harley Quinn Uses Motorcycle To Chase Down Joker In New ‘Suicide Squad’ Deleted Scene

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One of the most celebrated aspects of the Suicide Squad film was the relationship between Harley Quinn and the Joker brought to life in live action. Both characters were fan-favorites prior to the movie, so their translation to the silver screen was a no-brainer. Unfortunately, a lot of the scenes between the characters were cut from the final version of the film so fans never got to fully appreciate the dynamic between the pair.

With the Suicide Squad digital HD film being available for download tomorrow, WB has released a deleted scene starring Joker and Harley via Entertainment Weekly. The digital download and the extended Blu-Ray coming December 13th will boast 13 extra minutes of cut footage, and some of that will feature more of the Clown Prince of Crime and his main squeeze.

The newly released scene shows Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn using her motorcycle to chase down Jared Leto’s Joker in his purple Lamborghini. Joker does not look like he wants to see Quinzel, but when he has the chance he also avoids killing her.

Check out the deleted scene below:

The scene further goes to show the fragmented relationship the pair of villains have with one another. Harley sees a motorcycle and it triggers a flashback where she remembers being Dr. Harleen Quinzel. In the clip, you can hear her shout, “you’re not leaving me, you’re not leaving me” after Joker narrowly misses running her over with his car. The scene itself is somewhat reminiscent of the Batman/Joker motorcycle chase scene from Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight, only this time with a lot more flash.

This scene comes on top of a featurette which highlights the relationship between Joker and Harley. You can check that out, here.

Are you excited to download the extended cut of Suicide Squad tomorrow? There are bound to be plenty more extra goodies for fans of the villains. Make sure to sound off your excitement below in the comments!

Source: Entertainment Weekly

Josh Behr

Josh Behr

Jack of some trades, master of some others. That saying never really made a lot of sense to me.

  • Brownstones19

    i kind of love it

  • Bruce Norris

    Feels like something out of “SIN CITY”…only colorized.