The Suicide Squad characters are definitely known for their unique personalities. The highly anticipated Harley Quinn-centric spinoff Birds Of Prey dropped today, so it’s an appropriate time to take a look back at the movie that started it all.
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Ahead of Birds Of Prey hitting theaters, more secrets about the film were released. Director Cathy Yan revealed that Harley Quinn comes across a subtle nod to Suicide Squad in the new film.
Spoiler Alert: The easter egg isn’t super important as far as the film’s plot goes. However, if you desire absolutely no spoilers before you it, we suggest bookmarking this for later.
According to Cinemablend, in the scene where Harley walks out of the police station, she recognizes someone on a wanted poster.
“Hey, I know that guy,” she says when she sees the poster.
The villain happens to be none other than Boomerang (Jai Courtney,) who was one of the main characters in Suicide Squad.
When asked if the nod was on purpose, BOP director Cathy Yan confirmed the easter egg. The moment serves to connect the two films in a small way.
“Yeah, exactly,” she says. “It was like a cheeky little nod.”
While Harley Quinn is getting her own film out today, the Suicide Squad has definitely not been forgotten. Back in September, director James Gunn revealed the full cast of The Suicide Squad followed shortly after by the news they had started filming.
The director made the cast announcement with a photo displaying all of the actors’ names along with the caption “don’t get too attached #TheSuicideSquad.”
— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) September 13, 2019
Among the 24 names listed are some pretty notable names including Pete Davidson, John Cena, Storm Reid, Margot Robbie, Viola Davis, Jai Courtney and more.
Will Smith, of course, does not appear in the list as he decided not to participate in the new movie. The decision to remove his character Deadshot altogether was made to give Smith the opportunity to come back in a possible sequel, according to Variety.
Jared Leto also doesn’t appear in the list though it’s unclear whether Joker will be appearing in the movie. Gunn then revealed via a behind-the-scenes photo of the cast on Instagram that they’ve started shooting.