Warner Bros. issued on Monday a trailer Suicide Squad hacked at the cinema and comic convention Comic Con in San Diego, and the first images of the highly anticipated film starring Will Smith and Jared Leto were all the rage on the web.
This feature on dangerous criminals commando forced to carry out suicide missions on behalf of a government in exchange for their release was in second place of the most followed topics on the social network Twitter in the United States.
The film scene including Jared Leto in the evil character Joker, enemy of Batman.
He is seen with crowns on his teeth and short hair dyed green train bludgeon a victim sadistic “I will not kill you, I’ll just make you very, very bad.”
“Our anti-piracy team has worked tirelessly over the past 48 hours to prevent the spread of the distribution of images of Suicide Squad pirated Saturday” at Comic Con, the largest convention dedicated to the entertainment industry in the US , said in a statement Sue Kroll, director of international marketing and distribution studio.
“We have not succeeded so we will today (Monday) broadcast the same images as those circulating illegally on the canvas, but with great quality with which they are meant to be seen.”
“We regret this decision because our intention was to book these images exclusively for the public Comic Con but we can not allow the film circulates in poor pirated version,” she concluded.
The film, also with Viola Davis (The Help), the rapper Common and supermodel Cara Delevingne, is still shooting and released August 5, 2016 in North America.
He collects comic characters of DC Comics editor like Harley Quinn, the enemy of Batman (Margot Robbie), Deadshot / Floyd Lawton (Will Smith), Batman (Ben Affleck) and Rick Flag (Joel Kinnaman).