ByRedmond Bacon, writer at Creators.co
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With a release date of 11 November, and promising an extra thirteen minutes of footage, the extended cut of Suicide Squad is sure to get a lot of fans excited for its release. In the meantime, there is plenty to mull over before we hopefully get to see see more Joker and Harley Quinn. Check out the announcement trailer here:

In other news, part of a canny marketing tactic, those folks at D.C. have built a new website allowing you exclusive access to the A.R.G.U.S. files. A.R.G.U.S., which stands for Advanced Research Group Uniting Super-Humans, is the organisation which developed Taskforce X, better known as the Suicide Squad in the eponymous movie.

What Can I See On This Site?

At first it seems that there is nothing on this site, yet if you click the pyramid in the top-right hand corner then an ARGUS_SECURE folder opens with nine separate folders inside it. They are all titled RESTRICTED apart from TASKFORCE_X and META_HUMANS. Whilst the Taskforce X team is available to see, like this —

— you cannot open any individual folder. Neither can you open the file on Meta Humans. So its not particularly interesting... for now. But the key question remains:

How Does It Compare To The Website In BvS?

In a crucial scene in Batman v Superman, Bruce Wayne is seen scrolling through classified documents to see what he can find out about the Meta Humans, i.e. the future Justice League. Here is the screenshot from that website:

In comparison, the website available to us looks like this:

It seems that Bruce Wayne is using something approximating the darker palettes of Linux or other lesser known operating softwares, whilst the website we are privy to looks like the brighter colours of Apple or Microsoft. Additionally, Bruce Wayne has way more to explore than us, including cool video clips. This could all change however, as:

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There Is More To Come

At the moment there isn't much to do on this site. Yet the promotional team behind Suicide Squad have tweeted that there is much more to come:

There are seven files left that are still classified. If we are to count The Justice League as one film, it is very likely that they could be covering characters seen in each film, including:

  • Wonder Woman (2017)
  • The Flash (2018)
  • Aquaman (2018)
  • Shazam (2019)
  • Cyborg (2020)
  • Green Lantern Corps (2020)

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So for now it might not amount too much, stay tuned: it could be your go-to database for DC information, spanning each and every movie!

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