Let me elaborate a bit more. What I mean by necessary is how this film coincides with the events of Man of Steel and Batman v Superman, other than establishing that these villains already exist. What's the pay off?
Your question is really stupid.
Necessary for whom?
Necessary for what purpose?
What, in your opinion, makes a movie necessary?
Of course, these questions are done conceding your position that a movie needs to be "necessary" for it to be justifiably made.
They should be worried.
No one is hyped for civil war, no one even cares about Spiderman after ams2
Civil war is the next fantastic four
Alright then you autistic fuck face retards, since you all are having a hard time understanding what I meant by the word "necessary" in my own skewed context, I spelled it out for you. Now you're having a hard time understanding what discussion and speculation is... Jesus fucking Christ.
We have a three minute video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLLQK9la6Go
Come on I know we're all nerds here, let's do what we do best and analyze. Let's use common inferring skills and what not instead of acting like this trailer paints a whole fucking picture. You can act like assholes if you like but if you're not contributing then leave.
>in my own skewed context
Maybe anon doesn't read before he posts.
>Let me elaborate a bit more. What I mean by necessary is how this film coincides with the events of Man of Steel and Batman v Superman, other than establishing that these >villains already exist. What's the pay off?
>That's what I said about Cap 2. Boy did I learn.
That's the thing though. Everyone loved Cap 2 but Civil War, which once upon a time was Cap 3, is getting no Cap 2 goodwill at all.
It has the Joker, Harley Quinn, and Killer Croc in it. They are Batman villains. Sometimes Amanda Waller and Batman have a connection as in JLU. Superman (in)famously renounced his American citizenship to Amanda Waller.
Relation? They're in the same adapted funnybook universe parent companies can mine for realmoneycoins, faggot. Riddle Me this: how is the original Human Torch cameo at the World's Fair in Iron Man 2 "related" to Matt Murdock on Netflix or the guy who looks exactly like Stan Lee on Xandar?
>Movie first announced
>Huge Ostrander run fan
>Hyped as fuck
>Joker and Harley announced
>Confused, but still hopeful
>Thin Waller and Smithshot
>No Bronze Tiger or even a King Shark
>Fucking Diablo is on the roster
God fucking dammit
We see the villains win. It ups the stakes when they fight our heroes later on.
Right now in the Marvel Universe the villains are a joke, the cast literally slaps them sideways whilst making quips and jokes.
Suicide squad allows the villains to shine, allows them to have a win and means when they confront the hero we know they aren't some punching bag in a mask.
>no one even cares about Spiderman after ams2
Then you're an idiot. Spiderman has long since been ruined.
Do you have mild autism? How retarded can you be to write that statement? Is it too much to ask to keep things relatively connected in a shared universe? Can you please think before you type next time?
Like every film, the pay-off should be the story and experience we go to watch.
You don't need to have the film try to create a connected universe; sure, some hints would be nice, but they shouldn't be your reason to watch the film.
Ironic that you claim to be a king shark fan when he was never on the ostrander squad and was a member of the squad featuring all the characters that you are bemoaning being in this movie
conclusion you are dropping some bait or have pleb taste
most people just hype up meme characters that appeared on flash now
I doubt he even realizes that King Shark was never even apart of the suicide squad til the new 52 which he is somehow shitting on.
also fuck bronze tiger
Katanna is the infinitely superior kung fu character
>King Shark was never even apart of the suicide squad til the new 52
What really surprises me is how badly that Shyamalan movie must have fucked up Will Smith's career that he would stoop to this shit. I mean I guess I understand Jared Leto, the one good thing he ever did was a one season teen TV drama from the 90s.
Not everything in a shared universe needs to have a big ol' NOTHING WILL EVER BE THE SAME AGAIN tagged onto it. There's nothing autistic about it. Glad to see you have no points and just insults.
It establishes the premise that Batman doesn't actually kill almost all of his enemies, something suggested by the last 7 Batman films.
Thus letting Batman get some sort of creaky high-ground about not killing with Superman.
more interesting to me is that this is the first movie Will Smith has decided to do that isn't a 100% Will Smith star vehicle in over a decade at least.