These “worst heroes ever” make for serious — and villainous — squad goals.
A new trailer for the highly anticipated “Suicide Squad” was shown during the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday and its introduction was just as tantalizing as the footage.
The DC Comic film’s cast — Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Cara Delevinge and Jared Leto — previewed the clip during the award show and were cheered by the audience.
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Jared Leto’s Joker character was featured more prominetly in the new trailer.
“Blood, sweat, semen. Pubic hair, brains and yes, even a few anal beads,” Leto recalled. “This sick and twisted film has it all, kids.”
He wasn’t entirely wrong.
The new clip — the third sneak peek of the villains-only flick — begins with this important question: “What if Superman had decided to fly down, rip off the roof of the White House and grab the President right out of the Oval Office? Who would have stopped him?”
Will Smith stars as Deadshot.
Cue Amanda Walker (Viola Davis), the Warden of Belle Reve prison, recruiting the baddest and most super-powered crew, making up Task Force X. It’s led by Will Smith’s Deadshot, Leto’s Joker — who finally gets more screen time during the clip — and Robbie as Harley Quinn, who has stolen the scenes of most sneak peeks.
Others of the star-studded cast include Delevinge as Enchantress, Adam Beach as Slipknot and Joel Kinnaman as Rick Flag.
“I want to build a team of some very bad people who I think can do some good,” Walker explains.
“They get caught, we throw them under the bus,” she continues.
The gang of baddies is forced to go on a heroic mission in exchange for being freed from prison.
Never-before-seen footage includes the enlisted super villains training at a military base and new sure-to-be-loved zingers from Quinn.
The film is due out in August.
“I’m known to be quite vexing. I’m just forewarning you,” she warns.
The new 135-second teaser even featured a cameo of Ben Affleck’s Batman and the Batmobile.
The film will hit theaters on Aug. 5.