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(WARNING: The following contains a glimpse of the additional footage that's set to arrive in Suicide Squad's imminent extended edition, as well as some mild discussion thereof. Proceed with whatever level of caution the explosive chip in your neck suggests is wise.)

Now, 's may not be set for release for a few weeks yet, but that doesn't mean we can't already get completely over excited by the prospect of additional footage of 's take on reaching the world at large. Now, sure, for many of us that has more to do with a latent sense of schadenfreude (the German concept of deriving pleasure from another's misfortune) than genuine enthusiasm for the film, but for many more besides the extended cut is a truly eagerly anticipated event.

Which of course makes it all the more exciting (whichever side of the divide you're on) that...

The New Suicide Squad Extended Cut Trailer Reveals Even More Of The Joker

Or, at least, it teases at the edges of revealing new footage of Leto's criminally insane Clown Prince of Crime. As such, we catch a glimpse or two of The Joker and interacting...

[Suicide Squad/Warner Bros.]
[Suicide Squad/Warner Bros.]

...without actually having all that much of the movie's new footage revealed (or spoiled). Which, of course, is something of a mixed blessing. On the one hand, it sure would've been nice if the new trailer had been overflowing with new footage, huge reveals, and possibly even a shot of Jared Leto TP-ing 's trailer for some reason, but that would also have made it largely unnecessary to actually watch the Extended Cut.

Whether or not that's a good thing, though, remains entirely up to you. The Suicide Squad Extended Cut hits Digital HD on November 15 (and Blu-ray December 13) either way.

While we wait, though, what do you think? Will Suicide Squad's Extended Cut be worth watching? Let us know below!


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