Warner Brothers produced a trailer for the upcoming movie Suicide Squad, based on DC villains, exclusively for San Diego Comic Con on 9th – 12th of July.
The footage was leaked online from the event in poor quality, and as a result Warner Brothers are not happy! They worked with their anti piracy team but were unable to contain the footage. As a result of this Warner Brothers have released the footage, which can be seen in high definition below and as it was intended for audiences to see it.
Sue Kroll, President Worldwide Marketing and International Distribution, Warner Bros. Pictures, made a statement yesterday…
“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.”
Last night DC took to social media to announce “We’re the patsys…We’re some kind of…suicide squad…” Watch the San Diego Comic-Con First Look for Suicide Squad today”
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