Scene Description For SUICIDE SQUAD Reveals New Info About 'Harley Quinn', 'Katana', More
The latest issue of Empire Magazine doesn't reveal a whole lot about what we should expect from Suicide Squad in terms of the plot (like all of Warner Bros.' upcoming DC Comics movies, it's shrouded in secrecy), but they do have a description of a scene which sounds like it's going to be a lot of fun! It kicks off with Deadshot, Diablo, Boomerang, Slipknot, Harley Quinn, and Killer Croc on board a Chinook helicopter, joined by a small cadre of Navy SEALs. Both they and Task Force X are led by Rick Flag, but it's then that someone else joins them; Katana. The twist here however is that she's actually a volunteer, and Flag's bodyguard! Here's the dialogue from the sequence:
A detailed description of a scene between Task Force X and Rick Flag in Suicide Squad has surfaced, and as well as giving us an idea of the movie's dialogue, we have some startling new details on characters like Katana and Killer Croc. Hit the jump for the spoilery details...
"She's got my back," Flag informs the Squad. "I'd advise not getting killed by her - her sword traps the souls of its victims." Harley extends her hand, perky and smirky. "Harley Quinn, nice to meetcha. Love your perfume. What is that: Stench of Death?"
That sounds perfect, but were you expecting Killer Croc to act as Suicide Squad's comedic relief? Believe it or not, it sounds as if that's the plan, with this scene also featuring him throwing up chunks of half digested goat meat on the floor of the helicopter. He then scoops it back up and shovels it into his mouth, something which makes the tough Navy SEALs recoil...Ayer hadn't given them a heads up! By far the most interesting revelation here though is the fact that Katana is a volunteer, while the mention about her sword trapping the souls of its victims definitely points to an adherence to the source material despite all the talk of these movies being grounded!
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