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[Spoilers] Please stop reading if you have not watched Suicide Squad!

During the mid-credits scene, we see Amanda Waller sitting in a restaurant with Bruce Wayne. Waller is in need of his help — hiding the events that led to the destruction of Midway City is no easy feat, not even for The Wall. Wayne agrees to help Waller and places her under his protection — at a cost. Waller hands over a folder that contains information on certain metahumans. Before Wayne departs, he warns her to shut down the Suicide Squad or he will do it for her.

Wow! Talk about the dynamic between these two characters! As we saw in Suicide Squad, no one in their right mind would have spoken to Waller like that, yet, Wayne is threatening her as if he has done it multiple times in the past.

But let's backtrack a bit. Would Waller heed Wayne's warning and shut down the Suicide Squad? Of course not! While it didn't go as planned, Task Force X did succeed in terminating a magical force, something the Man of Steel would have had troubles accomplishing. There is no way Waller could terminate such a group, especially, if Batman ends up having his own group of special friends. So what does this mean for the future of the Suicide Squad?

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Waller will have to work extra hard to keep the squad's activities on the down low to keep Batman from interfering, but something tells me that will be an impossible task. One way or another, Batman will catch wind of the squad's activities, which will inevitable lead to a confrontation between the opposing sides. While the squad has functioned without much interference, there have been instances where Batman and the Justice League have gone against the Suicide Squad — is it feasible to see such a showdown on the big screen? Some Suicide Squad members to seem to think so.

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, who plays Killer Croc said:

“It would be wonderful to see Justice League vs. Suicide Squad. Place your bets now. I’ll take on Aquaman. We’d go underwater. We’d duke it out. Come on with it. Jason Momoa, I’m ready.”

While an all-out brawl between the two teams would be great, there would need to be something to weave those outcomes together. One idea would be to adapt a storyline from Cartoon Network's Justice League Unlimited, where the Suicide Squad infiltrate the Watch Tower to steal a mystical object, or we could just have Batman come in and shut down the squad after another catastrophic event.

What do you think? Should the Suicide Squad go up against The Justice League in a future film? Or should they avoid such a movie? Let us know in the comments below!

Watch the Suicide Squad as the cast of your favorite group of friends in the Movie Pilot original video below:

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Source: Comicbook.com