A footage of ‘Suicide Squad’ was released during the Comic-Con

A footage of ‘Suicide Squad’ was released during the Comic-Con

“Suicide Squad”, created by Warner Bros, leaked online after the Comic-Con footage. The director of the film David Ayer wrote on his Twitter account that he was intending to release the footage officially online.

A footage of upcoming movie “Suicide Squad” was released.

“Suicide Squad”, created by Warner Bros, leaked online after the Comic-Con footage. The director of the film David Ayer wrote on his Twitter account that he was intending to release the footage officially online.

The footage was released on Saturday during the Warner Panel in Hall H. It featured Will Smith, Margot Robbie and Viola Davis, who were super villains. They were forced to do something good, no matter they wanted it or not. At the end we can see Jared Leto, who was playing DC Joker.

As we can see, Ayer wanted “to make it right.”

Sue Kroll, Warner Bros President Worldwide Marketing and International Distribution, said in his statement about video release:

Warner Bros. Pictures and our anti-piracy team have worked tirelessly over the last 48 hours to contain the Suicide Squad footage that was pirated from Hall H on Saturday

He also added that they didn’t succeed to do that as the video was already in the net in poor quality. His goal was to give people satisfaction, a video of high quality.

“Suicide Squad” is not the only footage that leaked online before the premiere. “X-Men: Apocalypse” also leaked few hours before its official release. However, organizers tried their best to avoid this.

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