Warner Brothers didn’t want us to see this raw footage, but we got it anyway. You’re welcome. At the DC panel, they showed the footage on jumbo trons, never thinking someone could pull out a smartphone (really smart thinking there Warner Brothers). Of course, immediately a flood of blurry videos of the footage went up online. Warner Brothers was furious saying that the teaser was a rough edit and wasn’t meant to be seen by the general public. Sorry that people are excited about your movie and want to see the teaser, Warner Brothers. That must be REALLY frustrating. I don’t know why Warner Brothers thought showing footage from one of the most anticipated movies of 2016 wouldn’t be recorded. What were they expecting? This is the internet!!! Regardless, after trying (and failing) to take down blurry leaked footage, Warner Brothers decided to release the teaser officially on YouTube. And…we don’t like it. Actually, that’s not true. We like the trailer, we just don’t love it. I think a Suicide Squad movie is a great idea, and the cast they’ve brought together is impressive. While we liked Margot Robbie, everyone wants us to comment on Jared Leto’s Joker. He’s who everyone wants to see. I think he did fine, it wasn’t anywhere near Heath Ledger, but I don’t think it’s bad. All in all, I’d say that this teaser’s fine. It didn’t make me want to see this movie more or less. We’ve still got a solid year before the film hit’s theaters, so I’m not too worried. It didn’t change my opinions about the film, but it gave us something too look at and gave Warner Brothers one more headline.