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‘I’m going to hurt you really bad': Jared Leto portrays a menacing Joker as Margot Robbie wields a bat in ominous first trailer for Suicide Squad.

Fans and Hollywood converged on the San Diego waterfront for another weekend of pop culture revelry as the event’s 46th edition came to a satisfying, if slightly controversial, end on Sunday.All of the squad are present and accounted for here, including Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn, Viola Davis as Amanda Waller and Will Smith’s Deadshot.After attendees at Comic Con were buzzing about the sneak peek to the new trailer over the weekend (and a casual leak of a bootleg version), Warner Brothers was forced to decided to offer up the trailer to the rest of the public.

The three-minute preview gave a little more insight into the mysterious project which stars Margot Robbie, Will Smith and Cara Delevingne among several others. Pictures’ “Suicide Squad” that was shown to the Comic Con crowd a few days has now been officially released wide by the studio, and may be viewed here: The new action adventure “Suicide Squad” brings DC Comics’ super villain team to the big screen under the direction of David Ayer (“Fury”), who also wrote the screenplay.

Mega film and TV franchises like “Star Wars,” “Game of Thrones” and “Batman v Superman” electrified fanboys and fangirls with new footage, star-studded Q&As and even a few memorable selfies. But the icing on the cake – and, let’s be honest, the one we’re all here to see – is Jared Leto’s Joker, complete with green hair and manic evil laugh. The 43-year-old Oscar winner looked almost unrecognisable with pasty white make-up and neon green hair as he looked like he was administer electric shock torture on a victim. But some of Hall H’s never-before-seen, exclusive clips quickly leaked online to the frustration of studios, despite the event’s strict “no filming” policy. The trailer gives the audience good long looks at as Harley Quinn, Cara Delevingne as Enchantress, Will Smith as Deadshot, Jared Leto as The Joker, as well as Viola Davis, Joel Kinnaman and even what might be Ben Affleck.

The clip begins with government agents talking over dinner including Amanda Waller, played by Viola Davis, who makes an interesting suggestion: ‘I want to assemble a task force of the most dangerous people on the planet who I think could so some good.’ ‘And if anything goes wrong we blame them, we have built them deniability. On the surface, millions of fan impressions might seems like a good thing, but the materials in question often feature temporary VFX, while some of the featured panelists haven’t even wrapped filming.

Getting people to act against their own self interest is what I do for a living.’ It quickly transitions to inside of a high-security prison, giving the first look of 25-year-old Robbie in her role as fan-favourite baddie Harley Quinn. According to data compiled by ListenFirstMedia, Batman v Superman had the most overall activity on social media platforms, nearly doubling Comic-Con runner-up The Walking Dead. (Game of Thrones did not release a trailer or feature during its panel, but HBO did put out an audition video. The movie first look takes on a decidedly creepy tone (complete with even creepier soundtrack), and it’s one that isn’t sitting too well with more than a few fans. After that quick shots of the other prisoners/ future members of the Suicide Squad are shown including Floyd Lawton/ Deadshot (Smith) and June Moone/ Enchantress (Delevingne). It’s worth noting that filming barely wrapped before this first-look trailer was put together, but leave it to Twitter not to give a filmmaker a break.

Let’s go save the world!’ Seen for a short period of time was Batman, portrayed by Ben Affleck, who is shown momentarily while clutching onto the top of Joker’s shiny pink Ferrari. Started in 1970, Comic-Con has become crucial promotion event for Hollywood in recent years, with stars and talent traveling from around the world to promote their films and TV shows. Warner Bro.’s marketing chief Sue Kroll addressed the leak in a statement: ‘It’s unfortunate and ultimately damaging that one individual broke a long-standing trust we have enjoyed with our fans at the convention by posting early material, which, at this point, was not intended for a wider audience.’ The blockbuster movie derived from DC Comics is centred around a secret government agency who recruits imprisoned supervillains to perform missions swapped for clemency.

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