Reviews have been all over the board for ‘Suicide Squad‘ just like most of DC’s recent cinematic universe and for those who want to know what is coming down the line, we’ve got some details on the mid-credits scene to share with you. Just like Marvel has been known to do, this mid-credit scene is all about world building. If you don’t want to know more before seeing the film this weekend, I’d turn back now!
So if you either don’t plan on checking the movie out on the big screen, just can’t wait until you go see it, or will miss it due to your hate for sitting through credits, here is what we know! The mid-credits scene will feature Amanda Waller and Bruce Wayne sitting down and having a friendly conversation:
The scene has Bruce Wayne talking to Amanda Waller in her office, getting dossier files on the members of the Justice League he’s trying to round up in exchange for using his influence to help cover up the damage to the city that the Suicide Squad causes while going after Enchantress.
They both have dirt on each other, though. When he leaves, he makes a crack about friendship. She says, “I don’t believe in friendship, I believe in leverage.” He looks at her and she follows, “You look tired. You should stop working nights.” He replied, “If you don’t shut it down someone will do it for you,” or something to that effect, and then leaves.
From comics to animated movies, these are two titans of always knowing everything about everyone and have gone after each other on numerous occasions. While doubtful that it will be the full setup for the next ‘Batman’ or ‘Suicide Squad’ film, it does appear that the two will be going after one another moving forward. With ‘Justice League’ coming in the near future it does make sense that they would be heavily laying the groundwork for DC’s next big cinematic outing.
Are you looking forward to ‘Suicide Squad’ this weekend? What movie do you feel that we’ll see these two staring down one another again in the future? Share your thoughts below!
‘Suicide Squad’ directed by David Ayer and starring Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Jared Leto, Jai Courtney, Joel Kinnaman, Cara Delevingne, Viola Davis, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Adam Beach, Jay Hernandez, Scott Eastwood and Karen Fukahara with Ben Affleck hits theaters on August 5, 2016.
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