In just a few weeks, Warner Bros.’ DC Extended Universe (DCEU) will continue with Suicide Squad, showcasing some of DC Comics’ most iconic villains such as The Joker (Jared Leto), Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) and more. Warner Bros. has decided to showcase all of these villains with 11 new TV spots, and we also have the full track list for the upcoming Suicide Squad score album, featuring the music of composer Steven Price. But first, we have a brand new extended TV spot which sheds light on the woman who put Task Force X together in the first place, Amanda Waller. (Viola Davis).
While we have seen footage of Amanda Waller before, this extended TV spot, courtesy of Twitter, offers plenty of never-before-seen moments, including one where she tries explaining the squad to Rick Flagg (Joel Kinnaman). He isn’t too thrilled that Waller is bringing in criminals instead of real soldiers. We also get a brief glimpse at The Joker, seen getting out of a van, while Rick Flagg admits that he didn’t believe the stories about Amanda Waller before signing up for this mission.
In related news, we previously reported that the soundtrack for Suicide Squad will feature 14 songs from the movie. Warner Bros.’ Water Tower Music will also release a separate score album, featuring the work of composer Steven Price (Gravity), who also worked with director David Ayer on Fury. The score album will feature 22 tracks, and we have the full list below, some of which may feature a few spoilers for this highly-guarded plot.
The songs for this score album are Task Force X, Arkham Asylum, I’m Going To Figure This Out, You Make My Teeth Hurt, I Want To Assemble A Task Force, Brother Our Time Has Come, A Serial Killer Who Takes Credit Cards, A Killer App, That’s How I Cut and Run, We Got A Job To Do, You Die We Die, Harley And Joker, This Bird Is Baked, Hey Craziness, You Need A Miracle, Diablo’s Story, The Squad, Are We Friends Or Are We Foes?, She’s Behind You, One Bullet Is All I Need, I Thought I’d Killed You and The Worst Of The Worst. The 12th track, Harley and Joker, had supposedly leaked online, but the song has already been removed. It isn’t known if any of these tracks will be released early, before the score debuts digitally on August 5 and in a physical version on August 12.
For those heading to Comic-Con this week, Warner Bros. will showcase this comic book adaptation as part of their huge Hall H panel on Saturday, July 23 at 11:30 AM. Stars Will Smith, Jared Leto, Margot Robbie, Joel Kinnaman, Viola Davis, Jai Courtney, Jay Hernandez, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Scott Eastwood, Cara Delevingne, Adam Beach and Karen Fukuhara will be joined by writer/director David Ayer for the presentation. Check out these new videos for Suicide Squad below, and stay tuned for more on this highly-anticipated adaptation from Comic-Con later this week.