Jared Leto and Margot Robbie Are Insanely Creepy (in the Best Way) in 'Suicide Squad' First Look

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When the Suicide Squad cast crashed the Batman v Superman panel at Comic-Con, director David Ayer had a special surprise: A first look trailer, over a year before the movie hits theaters. "All this good versus evil sh*t is played out,” Ayer said in Hall H. “It’s time for bad versus evil."
Certain Comic-Con goers weren’t so good themselves, and a grainy phone recording of the trailer was online within the hour. Ayer was not pleased:
But he rolled with the punches and dropped the sizzle reel in glorious HD:
It starts with Viola Davis as Amanda Waller giving us a cliff notes explanation of what Suicide Squad is: A task force of the most dangerous people on the planet, assembled to do good.
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Or get killed in the process. Waller also name-drops Superman early on in the trailer, saying, “Maybe Superman was some kind of beacon for them to creep back from the shadows.”
Then we meet the Squad. Right off the top, you know this will be bonkers:
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We’re getting peak Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) here, people. It’s everything we’ve ever wanted and more. And already, she’s endlessly GIF-able:
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There’s also Deadshot (Will Smith) and Rick Flagg (Joel Kinnaman):
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(Scott Eastwood can be seen with Rick Flagg, but still no word who he plays.)
Enchantress (Cara Delevingne):
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Killer Croc (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje):
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Captain Boomerang (Jai Courntey):
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El Diablo (Jay Hernandez):
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And the whole team together, led by Katana (Karen Fukuhara):
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Seriously, #SquadGoals.
And your eyes do not mistake you, that is Batman (Ben Affleck) making a cameo on the roof of The Joker's car:
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And all of that is before Jared Leto’s Joker is finally revealed in the flesh:
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Spooky. As. Hell. Especially since, if you pay close attention and don’t blink, not even for a second, you can see who he’s torturing earlier on in the trailer:
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Now, find out what Affleck had to say about Batfleck at Comic-Con: