After Warner Bros. basically having a critical failure and financial disappointment in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice", it's apparent that they needed to to something to remind everyone that they're still capable of some potentially great stuff, so now we have a new trailer for "Suicide Squad".
The main reason I think this trailer was released was for Warner Bros. to officially squash the rumors that the movie was being re-shot just for the sake of adding more humor considering that one of "Batman v Superman's" biggest weaknesses with a lot of critics was the lack of humor or fun. Now this trailer exists to show everyone that the humor has always been present and that the re-shots are just basic things that go on with virtually every movie production.
As for how the trailer is, it's not necessarily anything new when compared to the other trailer that came out a few months ago, but it still gives me hope that Warner Bros. can manage to pull off at least one great movie in 2016. This trailer's biggest strength is that it looks like it has a great sense of fun and entertainment. We get more looks at the camaraderie that exists within the group, the highlights going to Will Smith as Deadshot, Jay Hernandez as El Diablo, and of course Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn. I was beginning to think that it would damn near impossible to actually laugh at a Warner Bros. DC property, but this trailer dispels that idea.
I also liked that we're getting to see more of Batman in this movie. We only get small shots in which you have to look extra close to see if it's actually him, but he's definitely present, which makes me think of the film's timeline. This movie supposedly takes place before "Batman v Superman", so I'm quite open to the idea that we might not only get origins for multiple DC villains, but even some insight into Batman and why he acts the way he does it "Dawn of Justice". His minimal time in the trailer makes me think that it equates to minimal time in the movie itself, but it doesn't hurt to keep an open mind for his role.
In keeping things short, this trailer is more or less the same style of the second trailer, but it also boosts my confidence in this movie even more. This trailer was great in showing the humor, the character interaction, and the sense of fun that DC is capable of having with the right crew involved. David Ayer supposedly had complete creative control over this movie with very little interference from the studio, so hopefully the movie can replicate the same sense of fun that these trailers have.