Suicide Squad 2 Updates: A new Suicide Squad 2 trailer is out now and it reveals more of the DC movie’s story by introducing Bloodsport, Weasel, and Starro.
The new arrival of the Suicide Squad 2 trailer has warmed up the DC fans. Written and directed by James Gunn, Suicide Squad 2 is the sequel of David Ayre’s 2016 Suicide Squad franchise. The new movie is featuring some important and villainous characters from DC comics and introducing plenty of new cast members.
From the old casting members, there will be the same as Margot Robbie is returning as Harley Quinn along with Jai Courtney as Captain Boomerang, Viola Davis as Amanda Waller, and Joel Kinnaman as Rick Flag.
The new attraction is the introduction of three super exciting characters from DC Universe which include Bloodsport, Weasel, and Starro. Apart from this, is also featuring an animated character named King Shark. From the new casting members, Idris Elba is playing the role of Bloodsport, John Cena as Peacemaker, and Sylvester Stallone is giving the voice of King Shark.
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From the trailers, it’s quite clear that there are two suicide squad teams and it can be assumed that one of these squads isn’t fated to survive their mission. The first trailer also revealed the fighting with Starro. Starro is an alien supervillain, who first appeared in DC Comics back in the 60s.
The new trailer revealed a scene where Amanda Waller is convincing Bloodsport to join her crew by taking advantage of his daughter’s court case against him. In DC Universe, Bloodsport is a tremendous supervillain who went to prison for shooting Superman with a kryptonite bullet. In this movie, Amanda is involving the suicide squad in a project called “Project Starfish”, explaining the goals of destroying every trace of this project.
The new trailer focused on the supervillain Starro, and it seems pretty obvious that mission is about wiping out the existence of Starro. The first squad against Starro will be destroyed and Amanda will send another squad for the mission.
Adopted from the history of DC comics, Starro is a cosmically powerful supervillain whose powers lie in telepathy and telekinesis. Suicide Squad 2 is also highlighting the director’s vision on DC films too. The scenes of the weasel are also exposed and he went to prison for killing 27 innocent children.
How all the scenes from trailers fit together is still unveiled, but DC fans don’t stop being less excited because Suicide Squad 2 is releasing this August.