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The Suicide Squad reflect on why it is so good to be bad

The Suicide Squad reflect on why it is so good to be bad

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We’re less than a week away from the release of the biggest movie of the year, and now director David Ayer and his cast of misfits have opened up about what Suicide Squad means to them.

The new featurette focuses on the bigger vision that director David Ayer has brought to the film, as well as his very specific mantra in realising it. “Everybody loves the good guys, but how do you make an audience love the villains?” says Ayer.

Ayer is also noted as a filmmaker who strives for realism, and Suicide Squad is no exception. To realise the film’s monumental action scenes, he brought together the best in the business: noted fight choreographer Richard Norton and legendary stunt co-ordinator/2nd unit director Guy Norris, who was responsible for the mad action set pieces of George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road.

Prepare for one complete mad rush when Suicide Squad is released in cinemas on August 4 in New Zealand and Australia, and on August 5 in the US and UK.