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The Suicide Squad

The Suicide Squad

Directed by

James Gunn

Starring

Actor
Character
Harley Quinn
Taika Waititi
Rick Flag
Bloodsport
Michael Rooker
Savant
Alice Braga
Sol Soria
Nathan Fillion
T.D.K.
Peacemaker
Captain Boomerang
David Dastmalchian
Polka-Dot Man
Pete Davidson
Blackguard
Amanda Waller
Mikaela Hoover
Camila
Sean Gunn
Weasel
Freddie Stroma
Adrian Chase (Vigilante)
Mayling Ng
Mongal
Jennifer Holland
Emilia Harcourt
Peter Capaldi
Thinker
Flula Borg
Javelin
Daniela Melchior
Ratcatcher II
Storm Reid
Tyla
Steve Agee
King Shark / John Economos
Joaquin Cosio
General Mateo Suarez
Juan Diego Botto
Luna
Lloyd Kaufman
Marisol Correa
Soldado
Christopher Cocke
Airfield Transport Guard
Timothy Carr
Prison Guard
Ulrike Stewart
Soldado Soldier
Tinashe Kajese
Flo Crawley
Stephen Blackehart
Briscoe
John Ostrander
Dr. Fitzgibbon
Josh Ventura
Justine Edwards
Crew Captain
Quasheem D. Herring
Co-Pilot Lt. Glass
Julio Cesar Ruiz
Robert Sargent
Saldado Soldier
Matthew Byrge
Futuristic Soldier
Jeramie Julian
Prisoner
Matthew Conway
Saldado Soldier
Alzie Williams
Lab Patient
Alexander Christopher Jones
Sgt. Chavis (Palace Guard)
Jermaine McTizic
Soldado Soldier
James William Ballard
Soldier
Bennett Tarr
Soldier
Andrew Ayala
Palace Guard
Zach Catanzareti
Lab Patient
Maxwell Highsmith
Ops Center / Comm Tech
Angel Bonilla
Palace Guard
Dwayne Showtim3 Dyke Jr.
Soldado Soldier
McDaniel Austin
La Gatita Doorman
Grace Davidson
Vocalist Soprano
Keith D Dooley
Military Pilot
Roger Dorsey
Inmate
John Gettier
Futuristic Soldier
Clyde C Harris
La Gatita Bar Patron
Chavius Knox
Soldier
Bradford Norris
Soldier
Diezel Ramos
Soldier
Sage Shirley
Lab Patient
Elizabeth Sparks
Soldado
D.J. Stavropoulos
Soldier
Ronald Joe Vasquez
Club Patron
Victoria Paige Watkins
Tiff
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Year: 2021
 132 minutes (2 hrs 12 mins)
France release date France release: 28th July 2021
US release date US release: 6th August 2021
MPAA Age Rating: The Suicide Squad R age rating 
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Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn turns his attention to the DC Extended Universe to bring us The Suicide Squad which has been given a 15 age rating by the BBFC.

The movie stars among other Idris Elba, Viola Davis and returning as Harley Quinn for a third time in movies Margot Robbie.

The movie is directed by James Gunn who brings us his take on the comic book replacing David Ayer who brought us the 2016 adaptation.

Movie Synopsis

Sending in the most dangerous group of Supervillains Bloodsport, Peacemaker, King Shark, Harley Quinn to name a few, the government want them to infiltrate the remote, enemy-infused island of Corto Maltese.

They have the best high-tech weapons to fight with as they trek through the dangerous jungle on a search-and-destroy mission, with only Col. Rick Flag on the ground to make them behave.

BBFC certificate breakdown.

  • Title: The Suicide Squad
  • BBFC age rating: 15 Certificate
  • Reason: strong bloody violence, gore, language, brief drug misuse
  • Release date: 30th July 2021
  • Runtime: 132m (2 hour 12 minutes)
  • Director: James Gunn
  • Starring: Idris Elba, Viola Davis, Margot Robbie

Hitting today is the new trailer for the James Gunn directed The Suicide Squad which gives a new and refreshing take on the comic book villain series.

The 2016 version of the source material directed by David Ayer was an interesting and enjoyable, but ultimately flawed, version of the ani-heroes that came out in the midst of the Zack Snyder take on the DC Universe.

That time has passed, and the DC Universe has largely moved on and now James Gunn, who brought us the Marvel Cinematic Universe The Guardians of the Galaxy, takes on the misfit group headed up once again by Margot Robbie who reprises her role as Harley Quinn for a third time.

The comedy here seems slapstick, and the red band trailer hints that this might be a bit more adult than the 2016 take.

There is a hint of '80's action TV show here and I couldn't help but think of The A-Team or Knight Rider as I watched, but still its enjoyable if a bit childish at times.

A new poster (see below) has also been released which backs up this 80's TV show, or Grindhouse cinema, feel.

The movie hits streaming and cinemas across the world with a release date of 6th August 2021 in the UK and USA.