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Suicide Squad is a 2016 American superhero film based on the DC Comics supervillain team of the same name. Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures, RatPac-Dune Entertainment, DC Films, and Atlas Entertainment, and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, it is the third installment in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU), it was written and directed by David Ayer and stars an ensemble cast led by Will Smith, Jared Leto, Margot Robbie, Joel Kinnaman, Viola Davis, Jai Courtney, Jay Hernandez, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Ike Barinholtz, Scott Eastwood, and Cara Delevingne. In the film, a secret government agency led by Amanda Waller recruits imprisoned supervillains to execute dangerous black ops missions and save the world from a powerful threat in exchange for reduced sentences.

By February 2009, a Suicide Squad film was in development at Warner Bros., Ayer signed on to write and direct in September 2014, and by October, the casting process had begun. Principal photography began in Toronto, Ontario on April 13, 2015, with additional filming in Chicago, and ended in August that year.

Suicide Squad premiered in New York City on August 1, 2016, and was released in the United States in RealD 3D, IMAX, and IMAX 3D on August 5, 2016. Following a strong debut that set new box office records, the film grossed over $746 million worldwide, making it the tenth-highest-grossing film of 2016. The film received generally negative reviews from critics for its plot and Ayer s direction, although the performances were praised. The film was nominated for and won multiple awards across various categories, including an Oscar for Best Makeup and Hairstyling at the 89th Academy Awards. It was followed by the spin-off film Birds of Prey, starring Robbie, in 2020, and a standalone sequel The Suicide Squad in 2021, with Robbie, Kinnaman, Davis, and Courtney returning.


In the aftermath of Superman s death, intelligence officer Amanda Waller convinces the US Government to greenlight Task Force X, a response team of criminals and supervillains. The team will be used to combat metahuman threats, under Waller s control via nanite bombs implanted in each criminal s neck, which can be remotely detonated if they try to rebel or escape. If successful, they will have their sentences shortened.

Dr. June Moone, an American archaeologist, becomes possessed by a witch called Enchantress. Waller can control the Enchantress by seizing her magical heart, which wounds her if it is struck. Waller s subordinate Colonel Rick Flag is in love with Moone, and is made a member of Task Force X. However, Enchantress betrays Waller, conquering Midway City, transforming humans into monsters, and summoning her brother Incubus to destroy mankind.

Task Force X is formed to stop Enchantress, using six inmates from Belle Reve penitentiary. The roster consists of hitman Deadshot, who wants to reunite with his daughter Zoe; Harley Quinn, a former psychiatrist-turned-girlfriend of Gotham crime lord Joker; Australian thief Captain Boomerang; pyrokinetic ex-gangster El Diablo; mutant cannibal Killer Croc; and mercenary Slipknot. The team are led by Flag and joined by his associate Katana, a Japanese swordswoman. Waller and Flag deliberately hide the latter s relationship with Moone.

Upon arrival in Midway City, the team s helicopter is shot down, forcing them to travel on foot. Boomerang convinces Slipknot to take off, believing the bombs are a ruse, but Flag kills Slipknot when he tries to escape, proving Boomerang s theory false. Scaling a skyscraper, the team discover Waller is their mark, trying to cover up her involvement in Enchantress revolt. Meanwhile, the Joker learns of Harley s predicament, locates A.R.G.U.S. scientist Dr. Van Criss and blackmails him into disabling Harley s bomb.

As Waller and the squad await helicopter extraction, the Joker intervenes, disables Harley s bomb, and helps her escape. Waller shoots down the Joker s helicopter, though Harley survives and rejoins the squad, believing the Joker is dead. Enchantress captures Waller to regain her heart. Deadshot finds Waller s top-secret files and discovers Flag s relationship with Moone. The team abandon Flag, sharing a drink in an abandoned bar, where El Diablo reveals his powers and criminal lifestyle led to the deaths of his family. Flag relieves the squad of their mission, but realizing they have the opportunity to prove themselves, the group set out to save the city.

The squad attack Enchantress, while Killer Croc and Flag s platoon of Navy SEALs plant a bomb beneath the subway to kill her brother. El Diablo embraces his pyrokinesis, sacrificing himself to maneuver and keep Incubus in the right spot. Enchantress invites the squad to join her, and Harley pretends to be tempted to get close enough to cut out Enchantress s heart. Flag crushes her heart, killing her and releasing Moone from her control. Waller deducts ten years off each squad member s sentence and fulfill their requests (except for Boomerang, who is instead detained). The Joker, alive, breaks into Belle Reve and rescues Harley.

In a mid-credits scene, Waller meets with Bruce Wayne, who agrees to protect her from the legal consequences of the events in Midway City in exchange for government files on the growing metahuman community. He reveals his plans to contact the heroes in the file, including Flash and Aquaman, in order to build his own superhero team. She advises him to stop working late nights, implying she knows Bruce is Batman. In response, he tells Waller to shut down Task Force X or he and his friends will do it for her.


  • Will Smith as Floyd Lawton / Deadshot:An expert marksman and assassin. A mercenary by day and a concerned father by night, Deadshot is a conflicted criminal who enjoys the hunt but still tries to do right by his young daughter. Smith was simultaneously offered to appear in Suicide Squad and Independence Day: Resurgence, the sequel to Independence Day which he starred in. Smith opted to portray Deadshot, saying that the choice was nothing about the qualities of the movie—but the choice of trying to go forward versus clinging and clawing backwards.
  • Jared Leto as The Joker:A psychopathic crime boss and the nemesis of Batman. Leto described his role as nearly Shakespearean and a beautiful disaster of a character; about portraying the villain, he stated, I took a pretty deep dive. But this was a unique opportunity and I couldn t imagine doing it another way. It was fun, playing these psychological games. But at the same time it was very painful. Leto never broke character throughout filming, with Smith going as far as stating he never met him. In preparation for the role, Leto spent his time alone, listened to gospel music from the 1920s—commenting he senses Joker may be much older than people think —and read literature on shamanism. Influences for the character s appearance include the work of Alejandro Jodorowsky. The Joker s tattoos were added by Ayer, who believed it gave the character a modernized gangster look. David Bowie was also cited as an influence on the character by Leto.
  • Margot Robbie as Dr. Harleen Quinzel / Harley Quinn:A former psychiatrist at Arkham Asylum seduced by the Joker into becoming his crazed partner-in-crime. Producer Richard Suckle described the character as, a fan fave. Funny, crazy, scary. … You can t come up with enough adjectives to describe all the different things you see her do. Robbie described Quinn as one of the Squad s most manipulative members and her relationship with Joker as incredibly dysfunctional, adding that Quinn is, mad about him—like, literally, mad. She s crazy. But she loves him. And it s a really unhealthy, dysfunctional relationship. But an addictive one.
  • Joel Kinnaman as Rick Flag:The heroic, military leader of the Task Force X. A West Point graduate and Green Beret colonel who leads the Suicide Squad in the field. He is all business and executes Amanda Waller s orders but does not always agree with her goals or her methods. Tom Hardy was previously cast in the role but was forced to drop out because of scheduling conflicts.
  • Jai Courtney as Digger Harkness / Captain Boomerang:A thief who uses deadly boomerangs, described as rugged, unpredictable and mouthy. About his role, Courtney stated, he is an absolute bogan, in the purest sense. David Ayer s first instruction was, find your inner dirtbag .
  • Jay Hernandez as Chato Santana / El Diablo:A former Los Angeles gang member who has metahuman powers that allow him to summon flames, and transform himself into a monstrous fire entity. He has squelched his fire-conjuring powers to a solitary flame as penance for the horrors he inflicted on those he loved. Hernandez set his character apart from his teammates as he just wants to stay out of the fight, while most of are happy to get out there and kill people.
  • Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as Waylon Jones / Killer Croc:A cannibalistic metahuman criminal who suffers from a regressive atavism which caused him to develop reptilian features. Being a meta-human, he possesses near superhuman strength, high endurance, and the capacity to breathe underwater. His skin allows him to withstand high caliber weapons and skin abrasion. Akinnuoye-Agbaje described the character as a cannibal with rage issues.
  • Ike Barinholtz as Capt. Hunter Griggs:An officer at Belle Reve s Special Security Barracks, the black site where the government imprisons the squad.
  • Scott Eastwood as GQ Edwards:A Navy SEAL Lieutenant who assists Flag during the squad s mission. After working with actor Shia LaBeouf on Fury, Ayer originally sought him out for the role, but the studio was not interested in the actor.
  • Adam Beach as Christopher Weiss / Slipknot:A man who can climb anything.
  • Karen Fukuhara as Tatsu Yamashiro / Katana:A volunteer heroic member of the Task Force X, who acts as Rick Flag s bodyguard. She is a widowed expert martial artist and swordswoman. Katana mourns her husband s death and wields the Soultaker Blade, a mystical weapon capable of trapping the souls of its victims; the artifact that holds her husband s soul. As she is not a criminal, she does not have a micro-bomb implant. Fukuhara stated that Katana has morals and codes. She can also slice through hundreds of people without taking a breath.
  • Cara Delevingne as Dr. June Moone / Enchantress:An archaeologist who is possessed by an ancient evil force that transforms her into a host of a powerful sorceress, when summoned. Unleashed after a long period of imprisonment, the entity draws the attention of Waller. Delevingne described Moone as an adventure-seeker who s always wanted some excitement and Enchantress as a feral being. Originally, the film was going to feature the revelation that Enchantress was being controlled by Steppenwolf, the main antagonist of Justice League (2017), but this was scrapped after the Justice League story changed.
  • Viola Davis as Amanda Waller:The government official who gives out the Squad s orders. Ambitious and devious, she has big plans and intends to let no metahuman or military protocol get in her way. Davis stated she is fascinated by the character, singling out her psychology and strength and describing her as a powerful black woman, hard, ready to pick up a gun and shoot anyone at will. She described Waller as relentless in her villainy and noted that her powers are her intelligence and her complete lack of guilt.

Ben Affleck appears as Bruce Wayne / Batman, and Ezra Miller appears as Barry Allen / The Flash, both reprising their roles from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice with Miller s being a cameo role; while Jason Momoa makes a brief photographic appearance as Arthur Curry / Aquaman. Alain Chanoine portrays Incubus, the brother of Enchantress, who possesses the body of a businessman in Midway City in order to have a physical form. Jim Parrack and Common appear as the Joker s henchmen, Jonny Frost and Monster T, respectively. David Harbour portrays government official Dexter Tolliver (based on a DC character called Derek Tolliver), Alex Meraz portrays Navy SEAL Gomez, and Matt Baram portrays Dr. Van Criss, a scientist at Wayne Enterprises branch Van Criss Laboratories. Shailyn Pierre-Dixon plays Zoe Lawton, Deadshot s daughter, and Corina Calderon plays Grace Santana, Diablo s wife. David Ayer, writer and director of the film, makes a cameo appearance as a Belle Reve officer.



The film was announced in 2009 with Dan Lin as producer, Stephen Gilchrist as co-producer and Justin Marks as the screenwriter. David Ayer signed on to direct and write the film in September 2014. He later described the film to Empire Online as Dirty Dozen with supervillains . Ayer had six weeks to write the screenplay, given the release date was already set.


In October 2014, Warner Bros. had initially offered Ryan Gosling, Tom Hardy, Margot Robbie, and Will Smith roles in the film. In November, TheWrap revealed that Jared Leto was in talks for the role of Joker, for which Gosling was originally sought. The main cast was announced by Warner Brothers in December 2014 with Smith, Hardy, Leto, Robbie, Jai Courtney, and Cara Delevingne along with their respective roles as Deadshot, Rick Flag, Joker, Harley Quinn, Captain Boomerang, and Enchantress. The studio was also considering Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, and Oprah Winfrey for the role of Amanda Waller. Following the announcement of the cast, comic book writer John Ostrander (creator of the modern incarnation of the Suicide Squad) talked with Comic Book Resources about the casting, saying, I have no problem with the casting… what I am really impressed by with all of the casting is that they are getting some very good actors to play these parts.

In January 2015, Davis expressed interest in playing Amanda Waller during an interview, saying I m fascinated by. Meanwhile, Tom Hardy had to drop out as Rick Flag because of scheduling issues with his film The Revenant. Jake Gyllenhaal, who worked with Ayer on End of Watch, was then given an offer to replace Hardy as Flag, but he declined. The studio was then looking at Joel Edgerton, Jon Bernthal, and Joel Kinnaman to play the role. In February, Jay Hernandez joined the cast and Kinnaman was also confirmed to play Flag. At the 87th Academy Awards, it was revealed that Davis had been cast as Amanda Waller. In March 2015, boxer Raymond Olubawale was reported to have an unspecified role in the film, and Scott Eastwood announced that he had been cast. Later that month, it was confirmed that Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje and Karen Fukuhara had been cast as Killer Croc and Katana, respectively. Adam Beach, Ike Barinholtz, and Jim Parrack were added to the cast in April 2015. In January 2016, Ben Affleck was confirmed to reprise his role as Batman from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.


Filming began on April 13, 2015 in Toronto. On April 26 and 27, filming took place at Hy s Steakhouse. A snowstorm scene was filmed on April 29 on Adelaide St. and in Ching Lane. On May 5, a few major scenes were filmed in downtown Toronto next to Yonge and Dundas Square. Principal photography wrapped in August 2015 after additional filming took place in Chicago, Illinois. The visual effects were later provided by Moving Picture Company, Sony Pictures Imageworks, Mammal Studios and Ollin VFX and Supervised by Robert Winter, Mark Breakspaer, Gregory D. Liegey, Charlie Iturriaga and Jerome Chen as the Production Supervisor.


The film had a troubled post-production. Reshoots ensued in 2016 following Warner s desire to make a more lighthearted and comedic tone akin to the trailers, especially as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was criticized for being too somber; it was reported the reshoots cost as much as $22 million (more than the typical $6–10 million that additional filming costs). It was also confirmed that Zack Snyder filmed a scene with the Flash while shooting Justice League in London, while Ayer was in post-production on Suicide Squad. Ayer confirmed that the film was completed on June 24, 2016. Despite the involvement of multiple editors in the process, only John Gilroy is named in the main credit sequence.


Steven Price, who previously worked with Ayer on Fury, composed the score for Suicide Squad. Suicide Squad: Original Motion Picture Score was announced for a release date of August 8, 2016. A soundtrack album for the film, titled Suicide Squad: The Album, was announced in June 2016, and released on August 5, 2016. Many artists were featured on the soundtrack, including Kehlani, Logic, Skylar Grey, Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla Sign, X Ambassadors, Lil Wayne, and Imagine Dragons. The album s first single, Heathens by Twenty One Pilots, was released on June 20, 2016. A music video for the song, set in a prison and featuring footage from the film, was released on June 21. Sucker for Pain was released as the second single on June 24. The album s third single, Purple Lamborghini by Skrillex and Rick Ross, was released on July 22. Gangsta by Kehlani; Standing in the Rain by Action Bronson, Mark Ronson, and Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys; Medieval Warfare by Grimes; and a cover of Queen s Bohemian Rhapsody performed by Panic! at the Disco were released as four promotional singles on August 2, August 3, and August 4, 2016, respectively, with Medieval Warfare and Bohemian Rhapsody being released on the same day.


Suicide Squad premiered at the Beacon Theatre in New York City on August 1, 2016. The subsequent London premiere took place on August 3, 2016. It was theatrically released in the United States and in the UK on August 5, 2016, in 2D, 3D and IMAX 3D.


Suicide Squad held a panel at the 2015 San Diego Comic-Con International, with stars Smith, Robbie, Courtney, Davis, and Kinnaman among those who appeared. A trailer intended to be exclusive to the event premiered but was leaked online, with Warner Bros. responding by stating they would not release an official version. However, the following day, Warner Bros. released an official version, stating: Warner Bros. Pictures and our anti-piracy team have worked tirelessly over the last 48 hours to contain the Suicide Squad footage that was pirated from Hall H on Saturday. We have been unable to achieve that goal. Today we will release the same footage that has been illegally circulating on the web, in the form it was created and high quality with which it was intended to be enjoyed. We regret this decision as it was our intention to keep the footage as a unique experience for the Comic-Con crowd, but we cannot continue to allow the film to be represented by the poor quality of the pirated footage stolen from our presentation.

Home media

Suicide Squad was released on Digital HD on November 15, 2016, and on Blu-ray, 4K Ultra-HD Blu-Ray, Blu-Ray 3D, and DVD on December 13, 2016. An extended cut of the film is included in the home entertainment release, containing roughly thirteen minutes of footage absent from the theatrical version. A novelization of the movie was written by Marv Wolfman. Ayer has suggested that this is truer to his vision than the theatrical cut of the film.


Box office

Suicide Squad was a box office success, grossing $325.1 million in the United States and Canada and $421.7 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $746.8 million, against a production budget of $175 million ($325 million including advertising and promotion costs). Suicide Squad was highly anticipated by audiences worldwide, despite negative early reviews and lower-than-expected box office performance of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in March. It recorded a worldwide opening of $267.1 million from 59 countries and IMAX global debut of $18.2 million, both set new records for the month of August. That is also the second-best debut worldwide for a DC property after Dawn of Justice ($422.5 million) and the seventh-best for a superhero title. The Hollywood Reporter highlighted that Dawn of Justice had an advantage of receiving a coveted day-and-date release with China, while Suicide Squad did not secure a release date in the country. Forbes pointed out that had the film secured a release in China, it might well have matched or topped the $773 million total of Guardians of the Galaxy and the $782 million gross of Deadpool. Deadline Hollywood calculated the net profit of the film to be $158.45 million, when factoring together all expenses and revenues for the film, making it the 10th-most-profitable release of 2016.

North America

Projections for its opening weekend in the United States and Canada were being continuously revised upwards starting from $100 million to as high as $150 million. The film opened across 4,255 theaters, the widest for the month of August. Of that, 382 theaters were in IMAX, over 490 large-format screens locations, 270-plus drive-ins, 180-plus D-Box locations and over 200 dine-in/luxury theaters. It opened Friday, August 5, 2016, on about 11,000 screens and earned $65.1 million, marking the biggest August opening and single day, and the third-biggest opening-day gross of 2016. Of that, $5.8 million came from IMAX theaters, also a new August record. This includes $20.5 million it earned from Thursday previews, which began at 6:00 pm, setting the record for biggest-ever preview of August and the second-biggest for a non-sequel film (behind Man of Steel). IMAX comprised $2.4 million (12%) of that figure. Much like Batman v Superman and The Dark Knight Rises, however, the film saw a steep Friday-to-Saturday decline, grossing $38.8 million (a drop of 41%). In total, it earned $133.7 million in its opening weekend, setting records for the month of August (previously held by Guardians of the Galaxy) and for Will Smith s career (I Am Legend). It is also the second-biggest debut for a non-sequel, behind The Hunger Games ($152 million), the fourth-biggest of the year and the fifth-biggest for Warner Bros. IMAX made up $11 million of the opening numbers from 382 theaters, $200,000 shy of breaking Guardians of the Galaxy s record. Nevertheless, it did beat Guardians of the Galaxy s $7.6 million in terms of premium large format screens which comprised $13 million. For Cinemark XD screens, which made $3.2 million, the sixth-highest opening.

The opening numbers helped Warner Bros. push past the $1 billion mark in North America for the sixteenth year in a row. The film also helped the total weekend tickets sales to an unprecedented $221.3 million in August. Previously, August has not exceeded $200 million at the box office in a single weekend in North America. Suicide Squad scored a massive debut primarily on the backs of the under-35 set which made up 76% of the opening weekend. Audiences were also diverse, with African Americans and Hispanic Americans making up 41% of the patrons.

Following its record breaking opening weekend, it posted the biggest August Monday gross with $13.1 million, a drop of 56.5% from its Sunday gross. This broke Guardians of the Galaxy s previous record of $11.7 million, and also the biggest August Tuesday with $14.3 million, up 9% from its Monday take. The film has earned the biggest Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday in August history. It made $179.1 million in its first week of release, the fourth-biggest of the year. Despite earning $13.4 million on its second Friday, the film dropped 79%, slightly less than Batman v Superman s 81% drop. Following a first-place finish in its first weekend of release, the film faced a steep decline of 67.2% in its second weekend, earning an estimated $43.8 million to score the biggest August second-weekend gross. It also passed the $200 million mark in ten days and was able to hold the top spot for the second time in a row despite competition from the comedy Sausage Party. However, the drop is one of the biggest declines for a studio superhero film, and for Warner Bros., which The Hollywood Reporter called it deja vu all over again after Batman v Superman tumbled 69% in its second weekend earlier in the year. The second weekend decline is the second biggest in summer history, behind Warcraft s historic 70% drop in June of the same year. The site also highlighted possible reasons for the significantly steep drop: dismal reviews, general apathy among moviegoers, altering movie-going habits and competition.

After three weeks of holding the top spot, it was overtaken by Don t Breathe on its fourth weekend. It maintained the second spot in its fifth weekend and registered its best hold with a 20% decline while also passing the $300 million threshold on its thirty-second day of release. It remained in the top ten for eight weekends until falling off in its ninth weekend.

Other territories

Internationally, Suicide Squad secured a release in approximately 62 countries. It was released in 57 countries (70% of the marketplace) in conjuncture with its North American debut, including France, South Korea, Australia, Russia and the CIS, Brazil, the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Spain and Mexico beginning from Wednesday, August 3. According to trackings, the film was projected to have an opening anywhere between $85 million to $120 million, which would be a new August international debut record. Deadline Hollywood pointed out that although the film is a lesser-known property, similar to Guardians of the Galaxy, stars such as Will Smith are better known internationally, which could potentially aid the film s performance. It opened Wednesday, August 3, 2016, in 7 countries, earning $8.1 million. It opened in 50 more countries on August 4 and 5, earning $53.8 million for a three-day total of $64.6 million from 57 countries. Through Sunday, August 7, it delivered a five-day opening of $133.3 million from 57 countries on 17,630 screens, nearly double the previous August record held by Guardians of the Galaxy. It also set IMAX opening record with $7 million. It added $58.7 million on its second weekend, a drop of 57% on 15,600 screens in 62 territories. After two straight wins, it was overtaken by the animated The Secret Life of Pets in its third weekend.

It recorded the biggest opening day of all time for Warner Bros. in Russia ($3.9 million), the biggest August opening day in the United Kingdom ($6.2 million), Brazil ($3 million), South Korea ($2.9 million, also the second biggest Warner Bros. opening day), France ($2.7 million), Sweden ($564,000) and Holland ($517,000, also the biggest opening of the year). Mexico and Spain opened with $3.9 million and $1.4 million, respectively. In terms of opening weekend, the film recorded the biggest Warner Bros. opening of all time in Russia ($11.4 million). In Brazil, despite playing amidst the 2016 Summer Olympics, it managed to open with $11.75 million, marking the biggest August opening weekend of all time, the biggest Will Smith opening, and the fourth-biggest opening for a superhero film. Its opening numbers alone made it the second-biggest film for the studio there. In South Korea, although the film was off to a strong start, it was eventually overtaken by The Last Princess and Operation Chromite debuting at No. 3. It made $10.8 million in five days (Wednesday to Sunday). The UK and Ireland posted the biggest opening market for the film with £11.25 million ($14.8 million) from 573 theaters. Discounting previews, it delivered the third-biggest UK opening of the year, behind Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (£14.62 million) and Captain America: Civil War (£14.47 million). It also became the first newly released film of August since 2014 to debut above £3 million. Elsewhere, it scored the biggest August opening in Australia ($10.5 million), Mexico ($10.4 million) and Argentina ($2.5 million), while in Spain, it recorded the biggest DC opening with $3.4 million, where it was behind The Secret Life of Pets for the weekend and France a $7.9 million opening. It opened in first place in India for a non-local film with $1.8 million from 462 screens, despite facing competition from Jason Bourne ($1.1 million from 1,027 screens) which also opened on the same weekend. Despite the later film occupying twice the screen number of the former, Suicide Squad managed to take the top spot. Italy opened with an estimated $2.2 million in two days, that s the biggest opening for Smith there. It opened in first place in Germany with $6.9 million. It opened in Japan—the film s last market—on September 9 where it debuted with $3.8 million. It finished in second spot (and first among new releases) behind local anime Your Name. With such a robust opening, Variety projected that the film would end its run there around $20 million. It has so far grossed $9.4 million there.

In terms of total earnings, its biggest market outside of North America is the UK ($43.3 million), followed by Brazil ($35.1 million) and Mexico ($27.1 million). In two weeks, it became the second-highest-grossing Warner Bros. film of all time in Brazil behind Dawn of Justice.

Critical response

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 26% based on 390 reviews, with an average rating of 4.9/10. The site s critical consensus reads, Suicide Squad boasts a talented cast and a little more humor than previous DCEU efforts, but they aren t enough to save the disappointing end result from a muddled plot, thinly written characters, and choppy directing. On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average of 40 out of 100, based on 53 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale, while PostTrak reported filmgoers gave it a 73% overall positive score.

Rolling Stone s Peter Travers wrote, DC Comics tries something different with Suicide Squad, an all-star collection of crime fighting villains—and the result is anything but super. Richard Lawson of Vanity Fair said, Suicide Squad is just bad. It s ugly and boring, a toxic combination that means the film s highly fetishized violence doesn t even have the exciting tingle of the wicked or the taboo. Writing for The Wall Street Journal, Joe Morgenstern heavily criticized the film saying, In a word, Suicide Squad is trash. In two words, it s ugly trash. He further said, it amounts to an all-out attack on the whole idea of entertainment, and called the film a product of shameless pandering .

Chris Nashawaty of Entertainment Weekly gave the film a B− saying, Suicide Squad kicks off with fizzy, punk-rock ferocity before turning flat and spiraling into familiar formulas, and called Jared Leto s scene-stealing Joker wasted and stranded in the periphery . He concluded by saying, For DC, Suicide Squad is a small step forward. But it could have been a giant leap. IGN gave the film 5.9 out of 10, saying: Suicide Squad is a decidedly different flavor than Batman v Superman. It goes for subversive, funny and stylish, and it succeeds wildly during the first act. But then the movie turns into something predictable and unexciting. Drew McWeeny from HitFix gave it a positive review, writing Suicide Squad is not the darkest mainstream superhero comic book movie ever made, nor is it even the darkest live-action film featuring Batman ever made. However, it is gleefully nihilistic, and it takes a different approach to what has become a fairly familiar story form at this point, right at the moment when it feels like superhero movies either have to evolve or die. Brian Truitt from USA Today wrote, Compared to its ilk, Suicide Squad is an excellently quirky, proudly raised middle finger to the staid superhero-movie establishment.

Margot Robbie s performance as Harley Quinn was well received, with many critics eager to see more of the character in future films. In January 2017, David Ayer said he wished he had done certain things differently in the film including story elements, as well as giving more screen time to the Joker. Ayer has since admitted that he had objectified the presence of Quinn in the film, and has apologised to a viewer for his treatment of her character also. In June 2021, Joel Kinnaman said that he was disappointed with Suicide Squad: I thought the first 40 minutes of the film were fucking great, and then there were conflicting visions and it just didn’t end up being what we all hoped it was. It didn t feel like the movie that we hoped we were going to make.


Suicide Squad was nominated for various awards, winning several. Alessandro Bertolazzi, Giorgio Gregorini, and Christopher Nelson won the Academy Award for Best Makeup and Hairstyling for their work on the film. Additionally, Margot Robbie won the Critics Choice Movie Award for Best Actress in an Action Movie and the film received three Grammy Award nominations.

Sequels, spin-offs and future

The film s mid-credit scene leads to the 2017 film Justice League. There have additionally been multiple spin-offs and sequels announced to be in development:


The Suicide Squad was announced with intention of David Ayer to return as director from the first film, but Ayer left the project to work on Gotham City Sirens instead. This followed with Gavin O Connor hired as co-screenwriter-director, while production was originally slated to begin October 2018, though the script s similarities to Birds of Prey led to principal photography delays. James Gunn was later hired to re-write the screenplay, after he was fired from Marvel Studios. Gunn directed the film, and unlike the original film having PG-13 rating, its sequel carried an R rating. The film was released in August 2021, to positive reviews from critics, who praised Gunn s script, direction, and visual style. The film was in turn followed by spin-off television series Peacemaker, starring John Cena as Christopher Smith / Peacemaker. The series was released in January 2022 for HBO Max.


After the release and financial success of Suicide Squad, Warner Bros. and DC Films announced six separate films being developed featuring Margot Robbie reprising her role as Harley Quinn. Various sources report that the studios plan on featuring the anti-heroine in a trilogy of films for the character s first story-arc.

  • Birds of Prey: The film features Quinn, who after being left by the Joker, teams up with other antiheroes to protect Cassandra Cain from Gotham City crime boss Roman Sionis / Black Mask. Cathy Yan serves as director, with a script by Christina Hodson. Principal photography lasted from January through April 2019. The film was released on February 7, 2020 to a generally positive reception from critics.
  • Gotham City Sirens: Gotham City Sirens is set to be directed by David Ayer, with a script from Geneva Robertson-Dworet. The project was originally scheduled to begin production mid-2017, though the film was delayed due to the production team s busy schedules on other projects, and in favor of Birds of Prey. Despite the project s delay, Ayer has continued to work on developing the film, but later stated that the film is currently on hold.
  • Untitled Deadshot film: In December 2016, a film centered around Floyd Lawton / Deadshot was announced in development.
  • Untitled Harley Quinn film: Warner Bros. is in talks to make another Harley Quinn film set after The Suicide Squad.
  • Untitled Joker film: By June 2018, a standalone Joker film was reported to be in development, with Leto reprising his role as Joker for as well as to serve as executive producer for the film while also hiring its production crew. By February 2019, the film had been cancelled, and a standalone film, Joker, was released later that year.
  • Untitled Harley Quinn and Joker film: The film, with the working title Harley Quinn vs. the Joker, was announced with filmmaking duo Glenn Ficarra and John Requa attached as co-writers/-directors/-producers. By October 2018 the script was completed, and though the project was originally intended to begin production immediately after The Suicide Squad, the filmmakers have since stated that production would begin once filming on Birds of Prey has wrapped. By February 2019, the film had been cancelled.

#ReleaseTheAyerCut movement

Following the announcement of Zack Snyder s Justice League in May 2020 due to the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement campaign, fans have commenced a new campaign under the name #ReleaseTheAyerCut, which director and writer David Ayer supported. He has requested assistance in bringing his own vision into HBO Max, where Snyder s cut was released in 2021. The following are some notable ideas and subplots that were filmed but left out, as well as several reshoots and script alterations that took place during post-production:

  • The first 40 minutes of the film were cut with sections of it potentially being used for the flashbacks in the film.
  • The third act was changed with the Joker originally having an influence within it, with the majority of Leto s scenes being omitted from the theatrical cut, which upset Leto.
  • Diablo would have originally survived.
  • Harley Quinn, Slipknot, Batman, Enchantress, and Katana originally had larger roles, with Katana having become possessed and attacking the team at one point.
  • Scenes showing Harley and Joker s abusive relationship were cut from the theatrical cut.
  • A Killer Croc line was added for the theatrical cut without Ayer s input.
  • Geoff Johns added Quinn being an accomplice to Robin s murder to the theatrical cut.
  • Parts of the original score were replaced with pop songs for the theatrical cut.
  • The final cut was taken away from Ayer and instead handed to trailer production company, Trailer Park, Inc.

After the fan s campaign was launched, Ayer later stated in July how his vision was changed due to the success of Deadpool and the negative criticism received by Snyder s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, highlighting an early trailer that nailed the tone and intention of the film made , saying that his soulful drama was beaten into a comedy . Later that month, Ayer confirmed that a director s cut for Suicide Squad definitely exists and requested that AT&T it see the sunlight . Ayer also confirmed that the official movie novelization by Marv Wolfman is closer to his original cut than the cinematic release. Affleck s stunt double Richard Cetrone said the film would have included more Batman .

Many Suicide Squad cast and crew members, and other directors of DCEU movies or actors, have voiced their support for a release of the director s cut.

In March 2021, Ann Sarnoff, the then current chairman and CEO of Warner Bros., said that the company has no intentions to release Ayer s cut of the film. Her comment lead to Ayer reaching out to Entertainment Weekly to explain why his film didn t release in the way he wanted in 2016 to keep fan interest in his version of the film alive. Despite Sarnoff s comments, fans have continued to campaign for the cut, with it trending on Twitter with 80 thousand tweets on March 22, and again on April 16, reaching over 100 thousand tweets. Ayer once again criticized the theatrical cut of Suicide Squad on before praising James Gunn s sequel in July, adamantly stating that the studio cut not movie .

A snippet of Joker and Harley Quinn at the helicopter scene was leaked on YouTube in February 2022.

In an April 2022 interview, actor Jay Hernandez reaffirmed his support for the cut s possible release. According to Hernandez, co-stars like Leto and Kinnaman and everyone else that he d talked to were in full support of the release. Hernandez suggested that a streamer like HBO Max should release the cut. The interviewer TVLine contacted representatives of HBO Max who stated that there were no plans currently to release the cut. David Ayer later said in May that his cut would only require finishing the VFX work and that no reshoots would be needed.

Year 2016
ReleaseDate 2016-08-05
RuntimeMins 123
RuntimeStr 2h 3min
Plot A secret government agency recruits some of the most dangerous incarcerated super-villains to form a defensive task force. Their first mission: save the world from the apocalypse.
Awards Won 1 Oscar, 18 wins & 40 nominations total
Directors David Ayer
Writers David Ayer, John Ostrander
Stars Will Smith, Jared Leto, Margot Robbie
Produced by Bruce Franklin,Andy Horwitz,Geoff Johns,Steven Mnuchin,Alex Ott,Charles Roven,Deborah Snyder,Zack Snyder,Richard Suckle,Colin Wilson
Music by Steven Price
Cinematography by Roman Vasyanov
Film Editing by John Gilroy
Casting By Lindsay Graham,Mary Vernieu
Production Design by Sean Haworth,Oliver Scholl
Art Direction by Ravi Bansal,Greg Berry,Brandt Gordon,Peter Grundy,A. Todd Holland,Aleksandra Marinkovich,Brad Ricker,Eric Víquez,Clint Wallace,Colin Woods
Set Decoration by Beauchamp Fontaine,Shane Vieau
Costume Design by Kate Hawley
Makeup Department Pierce Austin,Alessandro Bertolazzi,Sarah Blostein,Andrea Brown,James D. Brown,Graham Chivers,Allan Cooke,Rob Coutts,Jeff Derushie,Kayla Dobilas,Jessi Elgersma,Susan Exton-Stranks,Verity Fiction,Bruce Spaulding Fuller,Emma Gorbey,David Grasso,Giorgio Gregorini,Carol Hartwick,Jeff Himmel,Grady Holder,Rose-Mary Holosko,Carey Jones,Antoinette Julien,Sarah Kennedy,Inge Klaudi,Steven Kostanski,Jo-Ann MacNeil,Jessyca Majek,Neil Morrill,Judy Murdock,Christopher Allen Nelson,Steve Newburn,Greg Nicotero,Regan Noble,Lukas Press,Melissa Ramirez,Marta Roggero,Liz Rowe,Sean Sansom,Leslie Ann Sebert,Cathy Shibley,Melanie Sleep,Adrian Stansfield,Vincent Sullivan,Cale Thomas,Julia Valente,Rossana Vendramini,Michael J. Walsh,Kevin Wasner,Sandra Wheatle,John Wheaton,Dorota Zajac,Allan A. Apone,Kate Biscoe,Adam Brandy,Gillian Brown,Verity Fiction,Ro Ford,Andrea Heldman,Ting Fang Liu,Candace Neal,Lali Peer,Erin Pidgeon,Jacqueline Robertson Cull,Lisa Rocco,Sean Sansom,Jeanette Stawiarski,Ashley Dawn Szabadi,Cristina Waltz,Teresa Young,Shane Zander
Production Management Dustin Bernard,Sean Cooney,Greg Denny,Laura Hiltz,Alice S. Kim,Ashish Kukian,Joshua Levinson,Lyn Lucibello,Anand Nair,Jason Pomerantz,Prashant Sharan,Sainath Shinde,Colin Wilson,Kevin Daly,Kelley Smith-Wait
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Carmen Araiza,Jeff J.J. Authors,Yari Azzopardi,Adam Benish,Adam Bocknek,Jack Boem,Julian Brain,Penny Charter,Marta Criado,Chris Feltis,Bruce Franklin,Janine Fung,Alexander H. Gayner,Sam Graham,Kathryn Hughes,Christophe Le Chanu,Grant Lucibello,Bianca Marini,Missy Morris,Guy Norris,Patrick Priest,Vibhuti Rathod,Achille Rubayi,Craig Seitz,Giselle Selim,Gerrod Shully,Andy Spellman,Mitch Cappe,Joyce Cyr,Darrell Faria,Kenn Fisher,Taylor Flook,Jonathan Gajewski,Justin Gajewski,Lily Garcia,Jesse Daniel Glass,Joe Gold,Steven Hacker,Sam Hargrave,Maahin Heman,Alice Lilwall,Drew McLean,Scott Paterson,Daniela Saioni,Zack Snyder,Josh Stapleton,Adam Szalai,Barbara Szeman,Helmann Wilhelm
Art Department Armando Abarca,Darleen Abbott,Kathleen Abbott,Colin Adams,Marlie Arnold,Mary Arthurs,Dave Axford,Rob Ballantyne,David Best,Daniel Betti,Tony Bohorquez,Tyson Breuer,Cameron S. Brooke,Robert C. Brooke,Brenton Brown,Fredrik Buch,Mike Butt,Carlos Caneca,Robert Castillo,Jon Chan,William Cheng,Jeremy Cisneros,Daniel Columbie,James Crain,Brian Cranstone,Neil Crawford,Karl Crosby,Taku Dazai,Chris Deeley,Colin Dennis,David DiCorpo,Andrew Dininio,Avril Dishaw,Emerson Doerksen,James Doh,Daniel M. Donato,Vince Donato,Britt Doughty,Austen Drysdale,Alonzo Edwards,Scott D. Edwards,Louie Esparza,Blake Fabian,Ann-Marie Ferney-Tellez,Henry Fong,John Fox,David G. Fremlin,Summer Gaal,Trish Gallaher Glenn,Andrew Garcia-Price,Sarah Gardner,Sara Gardner-Gail,Kenneth Garrett,Sonia Gemmiti,Jeremy Gillespie,Jefferson Gonsalves,Jonathan Graham,Danny Haeberlin,Matthew Hallett,Chris Hanson,Gary Harper,Jennie Harris,Sean Haworth,Jon Hunter,Michael Huschka,Thomas Iwan,Michael Anthony Jackson,Jane Janigan,Ian Joyner,Carol Kiefer,Jason Kirk,Stefany Koutroumpis,Nadezda Kuzmina,David Ladish,Tyler Lafferty,Ray ‘Raygun’ Lai,Bryan Lane,Teri Lane,Justin J. LaPresle,Ivan Lauc,Erin Leslie,Kevin Lise,John Mackenzie,Jess Madia,Sandor Mate,Richard F. Mays,Rob McCallum,Jason McDonough,Don McQueen,Kari Measham,Kenny Meinzinger,Jeffrey A. Melvin,Martin L. Mercer,Carl Michaloski,Steve Middlebrook,Matt Middleton,Steven Milosavleski,John Moran,Chelsey Morin,Paul Mugavero,David Murphy,Sonja Narizni,Ed Natividad,Grace Ng,Melissa K. Nicoll,Cary Noel,Rowena O’Connor,Phil Orpilla,Fred M. Ortiz,James Oxford,Edward V. Pannozzo,Brian Patchett,Byron Patchett,Jeff Poulis,Vicki Pui,Jared Purrington,Victor ‘Chikko’ Quon,Deniz Rakhmanova,Dusty Reeves,Marina Reshetnikova,Todd Rex,Trevor Roache,Dave Rosa,Peter Mitchell Rubin,Henry Salonen,Chris Samp,Christian Scheurer,Corinna Schmitt-Porsia,Robert C. Shannon,Ken Sinclair,Dan Sissons,Meagan Skerchock,Robert S. Smith,Lamont Snipes,Sara Soucie,Jonathon Stanton,Jeremy Stecker,Jessica Stein,Anthony Syracuse,Randy Syracuse,Adrian Valdes,Brian van de Valk,Dallas Varcoe,Timothy Vierra,Lucas J. Wareing,Jordan Watts,Evan Webber,Joseph Wick,Randall D. Wilkins,Dean Wolcott,Toni Wong,Dave Wood,Jennifer Wood,Vickie Yolevsky,Fante Zamora,John Allen,Clinton Guitard,Craig T. Shordon,John Todd
Sound Department David Bach,Gregg Barbanell,Paul Berolzheimer,Andrew Bock,Joe Cappelletti,Pat Cassin,Dane A. Davis,Mark Dejczak,Mark DeSimone,Lori Dovi,Michael Dressel,Russell Farmarco,Danny Ferraro,Christopher Flick,Jamie Gambell,Ben Greaves,Matt Gruber,Catherine Harper,Thomas Hayek,Justin Herman,John ‘Wheels’ Hurlbut,Thomas Jones,Michael Keller,Mark Kenna,Matthew W. Kielkopf,Richard King,Ross Levy,Darrin Mann,Michael W. Mitchell,Peter Murphy,Ryan Murphy,Thomas J. O’Connell,Tony Pilkington,Lisa Pinero,Laura Post,Mark Purcell,Jacob Riehle,Gary A. Rizzo,Rob Scott,Bruce Tanis,John Joseph Thomas,Randy Torres,Katy Wood,Linda Yeaney,Vincent Zabaly,Alan Zielonko,Paul Berolzheimer,Jason Chiodo,Fredrick Cuevas,Devin Doucette,Russell Farmarco,Evan J Haley,Matthew Iadarola,Tamas Kurina,Reagan Mendoza,Tyler Newhouse,Jason Oliver,Eric Potter,Bruce Tanis,Brian Tarlecki,Matt Vowles
Special Effects by Jasper Anderson,Julie Bentley,Roland Blancaflor,Jim Charmatz,Kourtney Coats,Ray Comiso,Michelle Deville,Dawn Dininger,Aaron Dinsmore,John J. Downey,Mitch C. Duran,Damian Fisher,Scott R. Fisher,James Gawley,Daniel Gibson,Paul Hewitt,Eddie Holecko,Thomas R. Homsher,Alyssa Hudson,Michael Innanen,Pete Kelley,Laura Kennedy,Gary Kleinsteuber,Bruno Larizza,Drew Longland,Lindsay MacGowan,Shane Mahan,Craig McLauchlan,Jason McLoughlin,Laird McMurray,David Merritt,Ken Mieding,Heidi Mistic,Ameet Muley,Melissa K. Nicoll,Toi Ogunyoku Jr.,Emilie Paquet,Ceres Regnum,John Rosengrant,Troy Rundle,Dana Sarafinchan,J. Alan Scott,Amber Skowronski,Matthew Tulk,Andrew Verhoeven,Sophie Vertigan,Douglas D. Ziegler,Kenneth Calhoun,Chris Card,Lance Gilmer,Jim McGillivary,James Springham,Robert Stultz,Damon Weathers
Visual Effects by Darrell Abney,Marco Abraham,Mike Accettura,Savio Adarsh,Illia Afanasiev,Ritesh Aggarwal,Sapna Agrawal,Martha Aguilar,Mehroz Ahmad,Ajesh.k.t,Mashi Akiyama,Stacy Albrecht,Holly Aldersley,Marcus Alexander,Oleg Alexander,Corbé Alexandre,Neishaw Ali,Richard Allan-Smith,Patrick Allen,Andrei Allerborn,Carlos Anaya,Colin Anders,Jared Anderson,John L. Anderson,Kelsey Anderson,Elaine C. Andrianos,Lankesh Annamalai,Pascal Annand,Anoop.Ashokan,Paul Arion,Jose Armengol,Raghuwanshi. Arun Singh,Elizabeth Asai,Ruth Asensio,Patrice Avery,Evelyn Anaid Avilés Ramírez,Vaishali Awaghade,Sunny Awale,Murat Ayasli,Abhijith Azhikkara,Joan Azpeitia,Jola B. 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Vallillo,Jozef van Eenbergen,Gary Vanhooland,Jeremy Vanneman,Sherin Varghese,Niel Vas,Cassius Vaz,Eduardo Vazquez,Ricardo Velez,Oliver Velichkovski,Gergely Velki,Saphir Vendroux,Alberto Vidiella,Michael J. Viera,Tiberius Viris,James William Visconti III,Shiv Kumar Vishwakarma,Bryan Vizcaya,Nadia Volodina,Alejandro Diego von Dorrer,Scott Vosbury,Kynan Voyeaud,Elise Voyer,Chris Waegner,Stephanie Wagner,Brice Wahl,Colin Walcott,Wes Walcott,Blaze Wallber,Pablo Wang,Zhujun Bamboo Wang,Bhushan Warade,Jon Warne,Ros Webb,David Weinstein,Matt Welford,Nana Yu-Chieh Wen,Brittany Wetzel,Ian W.S. White,Shane Christopher Wicklund,Mark Williams,Chris A. Wilson,Garrett Wilson,Tobias Graa Winblad,Stephanie Winslow,Robert Winter,Stephen Winters,Oliver Winwood,Jamie Wong,Megan Wong,Robby Wong,Stephanie Woo,Alex J. Wood,Chris Wood,Max Wood,Gilles Wouters,Nancy Xu,Xye,Vijay Kumar Yadav,Keisuke Yamashita,Somyi Yang,Jose Yapor,Asuha Yasuda,Teh-wei Yeh,Randal Yeoman,Glen Young,Jackson Yu,Ngnodjom Yvan,Estívaliz Zaragoza,Jahan Zeb,Alexandra Zedalis,Alvaro Zendejas,Brian Yuan Zhang,Lei Zhang,Alfred Zhuo,Moosuddee Zoubhair,Jade Zulkoskey,Wakeel Ahmad,Emil Alagjozovski,Najdovski Aleksandar,Ruben Gerardo Alfaro Moreno,Salvador Almanza,Sara Lucia Alvarez,Amaya Ayers,Angela Batten,Siobhan Bentley,Draghici Bogdan,Douglas Braun,Soomin Chon,Tim Crowson,Elijah D’Arcy,Ashwini Dey,Zoran Dimanovski,Michael Dolan,Liz Feldstein,Katarina Gacevska,Graciela Esther Gonzalez,Larry Gritz,Emmanuel Guevarra,Jamal Hajlaoui,Fathy Hassan,Jesse Hildreth,Quentin Holtz,Karen Huerta,Hasan Ilhan,Kareem K.H.,Lee Kerley,Sean Konrad,Lazetutkovski,Eduardo Cabrera Lechuga,Nora León,Vijay Manral,Sarah Marikar,Chiaki Matsubayashi,Mare McIntosh,Jayati Mittal,Nicole Nagata,Andrea Lackey Pace,Joan Panis,Yadnyesh Patil,Addison Pauli,Antoine Petitgand,Mile Petrushevski,Severine Pozzo,Bandhavit Puangpikul,Jorge de Jesús Pérez Alba,Richard Sandoval,Kranti Sarma,Eric Schultz,Krishnam Sharma,Liam Skogland,Joseph Towe,Dino Tsaousis,Elena Velkova,Tanawat Wattanachinda,Peter Ji Zheng
Stunts Neil Adams,Trevor Addie,Nick Alachiotis,Alex Armbruster,Bart Badzioch,Dean Bailey,Derek Barnes,Mark W. Bayley,Ron Bell,Shane Bell,Matt Berberi,Marco Bianco,Matt Birman,Sally Bishop,Hubert Boorder,Marius Botha,Dino Brancatella,Marc-Andre Brisebois,Kip Brown,Kirpa Budwal,Randy Butcher,Bauston Camilleri,Chad Camilleri,Vonzell Carter,Josh Cassidy,Richard Cetrone,Colby Chartrand,Lauro David Chartrand-DelValle,Ho Chow,Mike Chute,Tim Cody,Stephen Conroy,Bernadette Couture,Daniel Cudmore,Eric Daniel,Thomas Dewier,Christopher Di Meo,Kyle Dickinson,Uwe Dombovics,Wayne Downer,Stephen Dunlevy,Kai Hoffmann Dussome,Flint Eagle,Christine Ebadi,Eyad Elbitar,Will Erichson,Felix Famelart,Tom Farr,Dane Farwell,Ferdi Fischer,Sebastian Foxx,Monique Ganderton,Liam Gherlenda,Lee John Gilligan,Simon Girard,Brianna Goldie,Jason Gosbee,Don Gough,Mike Gow,Daniel Graham,Lars Grant,Nick Grimes,Graeme Guthrie,Ryan Handley,Daniel Hargrave,Sam Hargrave,Joel Harris,Thayr Harris,Curtis Hibbert,Darrell Hicks,Justin Howell,Alex Huynh,Dan Iaboni,Yoshio Iizuka,Jon Iles,Russell Ingram,Jinny Jacinto,Brian Jagersky,Dillon Jagersky,Brendan Jakins,Amy Johnston,Brayden Jones,Brent Jones,Brett A. Jones,Brook Jones,Jamie Jones,Riley Jones,Spencer Jones,Trevor Jones,Stéphane Julien,Michael Kacer,Kevan Kase,John Kaye,Brad Kelly,Allen Keng,Patrick Kerton,Shara Kim,Ingrid Kleinig,Ralf Koch,Kirk Krak,Jean-Francois Lachapelle,Joel Lacoursiere,Dennis Lafond,Thomas J. Larsen,Daniel Leavitt,Yan Lecomte,Mathieu Ledoux,Michelle Lee,Zion Forrest Lee,Stéphane Lefebvre,Jacqueline Legere,Irma Leong,Danny Lima,Brent Lister,Steve Lucescu,Molly MacCallum,John MacDonald,Tara Macken,Josh Madryga,Shaun Magee,Carson Manning,Chris Mark,Patrick Mark,Darren Marsman,Eli Martyr,Cotton Mather,Tyler McGregor,David McKeown,Kyle Mclean,Geoff Meech,Katie Miller,Layton Morrison,Alain Moussi,Guy Norris,Harrison Norris,Simon Northwood,Richard Norton,Terry Notary,Richard Nunez,Moses Nyarko,Billy Oliver,Bola Olubowale,Gulliver Page,Curtis Parker,Sue Parker,Travis Parker,Daryl Patchett,Chris Patton,Adrian Persad,Andrew Martin Priestman,Ming Qiu,Edward A. Queffelec,Darryl Quon,Jamie Leigh Rainey,Yan Regis,Matt Reimer,Bas Reitsma,Tim Rigby,Aj Risi,Tally Rodin,Troy Ross,Vincent Rother,Shahaub Roudbari,Michael Roughan,Mick Roughan,Maxime Savaria,Alexandre Sazonov,Darryl Scheelar,Emily Schweiger,Geoff Scovell,Steve ‘Shack’ Shackleton,Ken Shand,Robert C. Shannon,Ana Shepherd,Brian Simpson,Shaka Skinner,Ben Smith-Petersen,Larissa Stadnichuk,John Stead,Daniel Stevens,Mary Ann Stevens,Don Stockford,Melissa R. Stubbs,Glenn Suter,Riley Suter,Mark Tearle,Don Thai Theerathada,Bryan Thomas,Ayhan Tongadur,Kostas Tourlentes,Alicia Turner,Jesse Turner,Al Vrkljan,Max White,Rhys Williams,Mathew Yanagiya,Gary Fry,Daniel Hargrave,Darrell Hicks,Emily Tate
Camera and Electrical Department Steve Adcock,Colin Akoon,Lara Alexander,Dimitri Andrade,Sean Anicic,Donnie Armstrong,Johnny Askwith,Mark Baluk,Abraham Bankole,Terry Banting,Mike Barnett,Ron Batzdorff,Michael S. Beckman,Edward Bellamy,Gabriel Beristain,Pierre Berube,Doug Black,Josh Bleibtreu,Megan Boundy,Sean Bourdeau,Russel Bowie,Jake Bowman,Dane Brehm,Graham Bremner,Rochelle T.A. Brown,Buzzy Burwell,Jack R. Cairns,Jeffrey Cassidy,Jesse Cecchini,Justin J. Chambers,Michael Cherrington,Andrew Clarke,Christiaan J. Cloete,Angelo Colavecchia,Jeff Cole,Damien Collier,Logan Covelli,John Crockford,Nathan Crum,Mark Cyre,Federico De Marco,Gary Deneault,Herb DeWaal,Tara Dixit,Gregory Doi,Tim Dolan,Tyler Dowey,Patrick Duffy,Eric Dvorsky,Ben Dynice,Richard Emerson,Clay Enos,Greg Etheredge,Glen Evans,Jason C. Fitzgerald,Michael FitzMaurice,Claude Fortin,Ron Forward,Ian Foulds,James Frederick,Jason Gallinger,Marlin George,Todd Geritz,David Ghegan,Michael Gibson,David Goldsmith,Frank Gomez,Jorge Gonzalez,Peter Graf,Lisa Guerriero,Josh Hackney,Ian C. Harris,Jimmy Harritos,Nigel Hartwell,Trish Herremans,Wilton Higgins,Jason Hindman,Jim Holmes,Johnathan Holmes,John Holosko,Lee Ionson,Rick Jang,Jonathan Janisse,James Jermyn,Alan G. Kelly,Terry Kelly,Steve Koster,Patrick Krauter,Marek Krawczyk,Jean-Baptiste LeConte,Brian LeGrady,Alex Leung,Daniel E. Lewis,Todd Liggitt,Matthew Lim,David Luckenbach,Wentao Ma,Joe Macaluso,Marvin Macina,Stephan Maia,William Maria,Thomas P. Marshall,Michael May,Mark McNally,Joseph Micomonaco,Svetoslav Mihaylov,John D. Miller,Luke Miller,Rocky Milone,Jesse Moriarty,Randal W. Morton,Dean Muto,Ian Myron,Nigel Nally,Anthony Nocera,David B. Nowell,Michael O’Connor,Michael E. Pacheco,Richard Pengelly,Ben Perry,Jon Philion,R. Scott Phillips,Danny Piva,Michelle Pizanis,Christopher Prampin,Andrew Read,Aaron Richards,Robin Roles,Peter Rosenfeld,Brian Rosso,Julian Samuels,Todd SanSone,Martin Schlueter,Ronald Schlueter,Joe Schroeder,Julia Seidman,Robert C. Shannon,Michael Ryan Sharp,Otis Sherman,Tyler Shoemaker,Mike Smith,Andrew Sneyd,Misha Snyder,Paul Soin,Dean Stinchcombe,Melanie Teixeira,James Monroe Tharp Jr.,Rick Thomas,Paul Thompson,Charles Trotter,Adam Tupper,Jason Vieira,Jasper Vrakking,John Vrakking,John Waterman,Jared Wellman,James D. Wickman,Ken Wiebe,Amanda Wojtaszek,Allan Wylie,Lev Yevstratov,Nick Zeigler,Peter Zuccarini,Osvaldo Sepulveda,Michael Swain
Animation Department Michael Augello,Marco Bremm,Adrien Crespon,David Crispino,Jason Fittipaldi,Atsuo Fujiwara,Michael Halley,Naomi Hibbert,James Hickey,Seung Hoo Ihm,Alexis Kerjosse,Julius Kwan,Michael Langford,Andrew Mills,Martin Moch,Phil Morris,Shane Richards,Lucas Ridley,Dan Santos,David W.R. Shepstone,Richard Smith,Nicholas St. Clair,Anna Cardillo White,Salvador Almanza,Puneethpb,Ryan Wasson
Casting Department Jeanette Benzie,Lavonna Cupid,Tina Gerussi,Zameret Kleiman,Carla Lewis,Marisol Roncali,Jane Spencer,Yumi Takada,Anthony Vlastas
Costume and Wardrobe Department Tony Acosta Jr.,Chris Alexander,Anthony Almaraz,Tanya Batanau-Chuiko,Sarah Blostein,Sylvie Bonniere,Ciara Brennan,Richard K. Buoen,Katherine Burchill,Robin Careless,Meghan Chapman,Tina Charad,Erin Daprato,Isabel De Biasio,Marilu de la Torre,Libby Dempster,Manzi DeYoung,Urs Dierker,Elise Drozdowski,Ashley Ellsworth,Jose Fernandez,Renee Fontana,Joan Frame,Natasha Gale,Gerri Gillan,Wayne Godfrey,Alexandria Goldman,Javier G. Gonzalez,Cristina Guaglio,Meri-Lee M.J. Helmer,Michael Issa,Mary Janeiro,Jennifer M. Johnson,Nancy Jones,Alex Kavanagh,Leslie Kavanagh,Joy Kobzowicz,Ritta Koleva,Richard Krough,Beverly Law,Karen Lee,Loreen Lightfoot,Miranda Lukaniuk,Michelle Lyte,Augusta MacLachlan,Houri Mahserejian,Philip Maldonado,Sharon McDonell,Trelawnie Mead,Karen Meluck,Mustapha Mimis,Laura Montgomery,Anna Munro,Oksana Nedavniaya,Tim Phoenix,Tamara Rigby-Funke,Damion Saliani,Robert C. Shannon,Adam Smith,Kimberly Memory Stanley,Madeleine Stewart,Cecilia Tachini,Wayne Thomas,Owen Thornton,Soo Luen Tom,John Voght,April K. Watkins,Michael Welch,Susan Willis,Jean Wong
Editorial Department Matt Blouin,Kimberly Boritz,Aaron Brock,Diane Brunjes,Dhirendra Chhatpar,Lindsey Cohen,Marc Dando,Mike Delegal,Vikram Dharankar,Eugene Fillios,Kevin Hickman,Billy Hobson,Angela Jekums,Sadie D. Johnson,Katie Jordan,Fred J. Julito,John Lee,Yvan Lucas,Priyal Mahadik,Vaibhav Marathe,Jessica E. Newman,Geoffrey O’Brien,Daniel Paress,Patrick Ready,Joel Salsburey,Richard Sanchez,Brett Schlaman,Rob Schlegel,Brian Scofield,Corry Seeholzer,Monica Sender,Lee Smith,Christopher Stack,Matthew Tomlinson,Michael Tronick,Smeet Vedant,Christos Voutsinas,Michael T. Wilson,Sean Wright,Abhijeet Yerunkar
Location Management Scott Alexander,Jared Burton,Sebastian Caputo,Marty Dejczak,Jawed J.S.,Christopher Kusiak,James R. McAllister,Adam Meaden,Jed Metzger,Patrick Mignano,Sandra Mikki,Chris Moulson,Natasha Parker,Amanda Ramsaran,Trevor Tuminski
Music Department Nico Abondolo,Christopher Anderson-Bazzoli,Pete Anthony,John Barrett,Joan Beal,Steve Becknell,Mark Berrow,Eric Bradley,Jacqueline Brand,Jacob Braun,Belinda Broughton,Reid Bruton,Lana Bui,David Butterworth,Darius Campo,Roberto Cani,Daniel Chaney,David Channing,Heather Clark,Stuart Clark,Jonathan Connaught,Gareth Cousins,Thomas Diener,George Doering,Monique Donnelly,Andrew Duckles,Bruce Dukov,Bradley Farmer,Allie Feder,Alma L. Fernandez,Joshua Fielstra,Samuel Fischer,Jessica Freedman,Matthew Funes,Ross Gasworth,Dylan Gentile,Julie Gigante,Haley Glennie-Smith,William Kenneth Goldman,Jenny Graham,Opie Gruves,Jennifer Hammond,Trevor Handy,Tom Hardisty,Dylan S. Hart,Tamara Hatwan,Ayana Haviv,James Hayden,Greg Hayes,Paul S. Henning,Oscar Hidalgo,Gabe Hilfer,Michael Hoffman,The Hollywood Studio Symphony,Thomas Hooten,Katharine Hoye,Riley Hughes,Benjamin Jaber,Laura Jackman,Benjamin Jacobson,Maia Jasper,Elissa Johnston,Paul Kegg,Dan Kelley,Season Kent,Jo King,Katie Kirkpatrick,Keith Kohn,Aimie Kreston,Armen Ksajikian,Kevin Kumar,Bryan Lawson,Songa Lee,Edie Lehmann Boddicker,Lesley Leighton,Jon Lewis,Michael Lichtenauer,London Symphony Orchestra,Greg Loskorn,David Loucks,Sarah Lynch,Sara Mann,Kate Masker,Luke Maurer,Baraka May,Darrin McCann,Martin McClellan,Mike McCoy,Serena McKinney,Aaron Meyer,Laszlo Mezo,Lucia Micarelli,Grace Oh,Jenni Olson,Joel Pargman,Sara Parkins,Victor Pesavento,Daniel Pinder,Connie Pollard,Katia Popov,Ben Powell,Amy Price,Diane Freiman Reynolds,Steven Roberts,Matt Robertson,Ryan Robinson,Dan Rosenboom,Jason Savory,Jim Schultz,Jocelyn Scofield,Scottpatrick J. Sellitto,Fletcher Sheridan,Eric Shetzen,Andrew Shulman,Kate Sloan,Steven L. Smith,Naaman Snell,Noah Scot Snyder,Christina Soule,Philip Tallman,James Thatcher,Ashoka Thiagarajan,Doug Tornquist,Cecilia Tsan,Charlie Tyler,Michael Valerio,Ian Walker,David Walther,Suzanne Waters,Booker White,Bruce White,Gerald White,Lara Wickes,Roger Wilkie,Furesth Williams,Jonathan Williams,Elyse Willis,Margaret Yen,Sam Zeines,Gina Zimmitti,Jake Cannon,Kris Dirksen,Alison Litton,Ashley Olauson,Oriana Pedone,Jasper Randall,Peter Rotter,Jason Savory,Emma Vivian,Greg Whipple,Karen Whipple
Script and Continuity Department Samantha Armstrong,Kathy McHugh,Kristen Schreck,Shane B. Scott
Transportation Department David R. Blakely,Casey Boden,Roger Bojarski Jr.,Andrew Bowditch,Bill Boyd,Jayson Chang,Kaiser Clark,Wayne Corrigan,Rob Davis,Al Donin,David J. Duran,Nicholas Ezell,Christian Gabourie,Lowell Greenspoon,Ron Hilts,Dana Howes,Wayne Ireland,Jamie Lamothe,Andrew Langevin,Shelley Mansell,Holly Meeker,Anthony J. Mignano,Joe S. Norris,Mike Ortiz,Michael Jon Sparks,Michael Sparks Sparky,Jeffrey Swarts,Frank Tenaglia
Additional Crew Tim Abell,Alishia Adams,Daanish Ahmed,Coleen Aiello,Kimberly Aikman,Gerry Alfonso,Nikki Alfonso,Shibani Alter,Virginia Anzengruber,Tre Armstrong,Gary Barbosa,Patrick Blood,Brandon Bowens,Fred Brown II,Stephanie Brulloths,Ryan-William Buchanan,Jay Busch,Elise Callas,Lauren Candela,Nuno Capitao de Salles,Josh Carlascio,Sam Carmichael,Nelson Carvajal,Joe Chacon,Hunter Chaney,Simon Cheyne,Jane Cho,Alexander Cirillo,Graham D. Clark,Jes Clarke,Kit Conners,Dylan Cranstone,Carl Cunningham,Romina D’Ugo,Rydell Danzie,Adriana De La Cruz,Danielle Demmerella,Joseph A. Dewar,Paul Dolgov,Marilyn Dozer-Chaney,Katharine Duke,Geoffrey Dukes,Kyle Dunleavy,Christine Dye,Steven Edwards,Austin Elliott,JC Farris,Cara Ferguson,Bradley Field,Taylor Flook,Oscar H. Flores,Charles W. Francis,Brandon Galvan,Rosie Galvin,Martin Garner,Lindsey Gary,Vinay Gautam,Luke Genik,Steve Goldstein,Janette Gomez,Emily Good,Sabine Graham,Alejandro Guerrero S.,Qaseem Gul,Corine Hann,Shannon Hardy,Jason Harris,Cam Harrod,Chad Heffelfinger,Maahin Heman,Ryce Hetherington,Matthew P. Higgins,Kiley Hodgson,Braydan Hogue,Graham Humphrey,Julia Hutchison,Jon Iles,Nic Izzi,Adam R Jones,Josiah Joseph,Jared Keesing,Ainslee Kennedy,Sophia Kerr,Gianni Kesteloot,Krystal Kiran,Errol Koenig,Fedor Kutschy,Suzanne Labrie,Mela Lee,Nathan Lupo,John Malakoff,Shelby Malone,Gail Marks,Anne Marley,Nicole Mason,Raymond Mateus,Shayla McGhee,Mara McSweeny,Cole Messutta,Sari Miettinen,Ryan Miles,Katie Miller,Veronica Miller,Melissa Mitro,Lindsey Molnar,David Moore,Evan Moore,Neil Morrill,Will Morris,Lee Anne Muldoon,Shamu Naidu,Jason Neisewander,Steve Newburn,Michael Thai Nguyen,Brittani Nightengale,Terry Notary,Sam Nyhuus,Aina O’Kane,Skylar Ojeda,Jedrek Oquendo,Alyssa Osborne,Ashley Osborne,Ashlynn Pastorek,Rebecca Pearson,Timothy Peel,Thomas Petborisooth,Alan Pietruszewski,Dan Pilditch,Diane Pitblado,Carrie Prince,Alan D. Purwin,Kim Ramage,Graham Robertson,Kelly Robertson-Reinhart,Dirk Rogers,Rebecca Rogers,Bill Rude,Steven Sandhu,Scoty Sardinha,Sarah Scotford,Anthony M. Scott,Nicholas Seles,Robert C. Shannon,Frank Sharp,Sat Sidhu,Monica Simpson,Kiran Singh,Sonia Singh,Bonnie Siu,Dave Ian Smith,Erich St. Jon,Adrian Stansfield,Sheri Sutherland,Alan Sutton,Charles Taylor,Trevor Tuminski,Kevin Vance,Nadia Venesse,Anthony Vlastas,Alexander Waldman,Kelsey Walmer,Chelsea Wehner,Eli Weinstein,Madison Weireter,Jacinta Wellwood,Melinda Whitaker,Greg Whiteside,Roger Williams,Spencer R. Williams,Donna Wills,Adam Winnick,Angie Winstl,Jeff Wisniewski,Eric Wolf,Nellie Bly Workman,Leah Wouters,Nikki Wright,Bonnie Zipursky,Gregorio Acuna,Ross Andru,Jim Aparo,Mike W. Barr,John Byrne,Gerry Conway,Paul Dini,Christine Dye,Bill Finger,Bob Haney,Phil Hester,Bob Kane,Molly Kaplan,Rafael Kayanan,Chris Lastrapes,Don Newton,Jai Nitz,John Ostrander,Ande Parks,Howard Purcell,David Vern Reed,Jerry Robinson,Lew Schwartz,Elliot Stewart,Chloe Swintak,Bruce Timm,Daniel Yi
Thanks Murphy Anderson,Ross Andru,Jim Aparo,Brian Azzarello,Mike W. Barr,Lee Bermejo,John Broome,John Byrne,Gerry Conway,Federico Dallocchio,Paul Dini,Mike Esposito,Bill Finger,Adam Glass,Travis Hancock,Bob Haney,Phil Hester,Carmine Infantino,Janice Reid Johnston,Bob Kane,Robert Kanigher,Rafael Kayanan,Luke McDonnell,Don Newton,Jai Nitz,John Ostrander,Anna Popio,Jerry Robinson,Lew Schwartz,Bruce Timm
Genres Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Companies Atlas Entertainment, DC Comics, DC Entertainment
Countries USA
Languages English, Japanese, Spanish
ContentRating PG-13
ImDbRating 5.9
ImDbRatingVotes 680556
MetacriticRating 40
Keywords reference to superman,mission,villain turns good,dc extended universe,redemption