SDCC: Suicide Squad Soundtrack Trailer

SDCC: Suicide Squad Soundtrack Trailer


Suicide Squad just keeps getting better and better and with this new Suicide Squad soundtrack Trailer featuring Deadshot and The Joker we are thirsting for more!!!

Flip and checkout the newest featurette titled the Suicide Squad soundtrack Trailer…

SDCC: Suicide Squad Soundtrack Trailer has another trailer from Suicide Squad that we are sure you will love. It’s the latest trailer for Warner Bros. adaptation of DC Comics’ Suicide Squad.

The Suicide Squad soundtrack Mashup Trailer arrived courtesy of a special video that was released during the film’s panel at Comic-Con 2016, giving us plenty of new footage from David Ayer‘s pageant of villainy.

This is our most extensive look at the film yet, and it’s set to various songs from the official Suicide Squad soundtrack. The marketing campaign for this movie has been nailing it ever since it began.

SDCC: Suicide Squad Soundtrack Trailer

The film got off to a bit of a sudden start when the Comic-Con-only sizzle reel leaked online last year. This is what looks to be a final trailer for the film as it opens in theaters in just a couple of weeks, and I am mighty excited to see what shenanigans ensue.

Take a look at the new trailer from Warner Bros. who released this trailer for Suicide Squad in hall H at Comic Con 2016, right below:

Are you already buying your tickets for Suicide Squad? The film hits theaters on August 5, 2016. This one will truly set the pace of whats to come from the DC Extended Universe.

Were hope it lives up to the hype because we already want more Suicide Squad…don’t you?

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