Suicide Squad is already living up to the hype for the lucky few who've seen it early. Until the movie release, the rest of us will have to settle for the tiny bit of new footage in the final trailer that dropped today.
That trailer once again makes use of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody," but goes in a slightly different direction—focusing on Viola Davis' antihero character, Amanda Waller, as the truly ruthless one who is pulling the strings of the crew of super criminals.
"You need real soldiers, not these scumbags," says Joel Kinnaman as DC character Rick Flag, the other non-criminal behind the Suicide Squad, who's tasked with keeping the "bad guys" in line. "They warned me about you, I didn't believe the stories."
"Nobody does," Waller responds.
It's far from the best trailer we've seen for the insanely anticipated movie so far, in fact there are those who feel like Suicide Squad peaked when that first (amazingly good) trailer came out way back in July of last year. You have to remember, that was also before that disaster Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, back when we all had a little more faith in the DC universe.
If this last trailer didn't quite satiate your thirst for spoilery info, here's a summary of what the Joker is up to via Entertainment Weekly's recent cover story.
The "mission" in question revolves around the government's attempts at better preparing for future, less Superman-y visits from aliens. Despite their best efforts at recruiting the planet's best and/or worst superheroes, Joker just can't help but screw everything up in the name of sheer anarchy.
Suicide Squad will hit theaters everywhere Aug. 5.