Suicide Squad Parody: Quentin Tarantino Filming His Own Anti-Heroes In One Flick?

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Suicide Squad is going to hit the big screens in few days. But prior to its release, it seems like a parody is already on the works and it is going to be inspired by, no other than, Quentin Tarantino?s films. Also, the trailer of the movie has already debuted on the web and it is as amazing as the DC film itself.

It was last week when Loot Crate Productions released the trailer of the movie. It also features Amanda Waller of the DCEU movie but instead of Viola Davis, it is played by Alex Marshall-Brown. ?You?ve written some of the most depraved and violent people the world has ever known,? Waller told Tarantino (Eric Satterberg). ?I want you to assemble a team,? she added.

Now, the team is certainly going to give you a different vibe, mainly because of the character lineup, but it is also going to be made up of ?the best of the worst.? Instead of Deadshot, Harley Quinn, Killer Croc, and all the villains in the DC movie, the parody features The Bride and Gogo from Kill Bill (Vol. 1), Django from Django Unchained, Lt. Aldo Raine from Inglourious Basterds, and Jules from Pulp Fiction.

?Here?s the deal, all right?? said Tarantino in the trailer, trying to imitate the speech Rick Flag (Joel Kinnaman) delivered in the Suicide Squad movie. ?We?re gonna go somewhere very bad to do some very bad things to some very bad people,? he elaborated.

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The parody ?movie? is definitely going to be a blast if only it?s not made by Loot Crate, which creates teaser content for marketing gimmicks and loot bags for film companies, this one in time for Suicide Squad release on Friday, August 5. The parody trailer is the closest we have envisioning what the DC movie would look like if it were directed by Quentin Tarantino.

Meanwhile, one of the most anticipated appearances in the Suicide Squad movie is The Flash?s. In the trailer that was released at the San Diego Comic Con 2016, most of the viewers did not notice that Barry Allen (Ezra Miller) appeared in the clip for a split second, which is at 2:25 part. Here take a look at it:

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How about you? What do you think of the upcoming Suicide Squad parody? Do you think it would be as action-filled as the original DC film? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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