ByKit Simpson Browne, writer at Creators.co
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Now, with Suicide Squad -- the DC Cinematic Universe's upcoming supervillain team-up movie -- not set for release until August, 2016, it's no real surprise that the pain of that wait is already beginning to bite a little. After all, in superhero movie time, a year is a long, long time to wait.

Thankfully, though, there's thus far been a steady stream of awesome teases, leaks and official trailers to simultaneously whet our appetites and sate our anticipation -- with the first look from this year's San Diego Comic-Con proving especially fan-pleasing, not least because it featured a whole lot of...well, this:

As it turns out, though, we might now have the chance to see another key reveal from the Comic-Con panel in which that trailer initially debuted. During the event, Warner Bros. screened a sizzle reel of concept art from Suicide Squad (and other upcoming DC movies), the majority of which hasn't yet seen the light of Internet day.

Until now, it seems.

The reason?

This Newly Leaked Footage Seems to Show a Whole Lot of Suicide Squad Concept Art

#Joker + #HarleyQuinn Concept Art From Unreleased #SuicideSquad Footage.

A video posted by #DC Extended Universe (@dcextendeduniverse) on

What's more, it seems as though the video (released by DCExtendedUniverse on Instagram) might just be the same footage that was screened at Comic-Con -- meaning it could well be fairly important stuff. The giant, room-dwelling-elephant-like problem, though? As you can likely tell from watching it, it's super blurry, and as a result, it's a little unclear just what we're seeing.

That being said, though...

There's Definitely a Glimpse of Harley Quinn...

Being held hostage by The Joker, no less...

...What Looks Like Another Shot of The Joker...

Or, potentially, almost anyone...

And, of course...

What Could Well Be a Mid-Torture Harley Quinn...

The big problem?

Barring the first of those three, there's a distinct lack of clarity floating around the whole video, which means - even assuming it's real - it's a little tricky to accurately gauge exactly what it can tell us about the final movie.

Which means it's time to open this one up to the floor...

What do you think?

via ComicBookMovie.com

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