It's been over a year since Rocksteady and Warner Bros. revealed their Suicide Squad game, but now they're finally ready to offer another peek — if not necessarily the one you were expecting. They've released a story trailer for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League that shows the formation of Task Force X and explains why your band of supervillains (Harley Quinn, Captain Boomerang, Deadshot and King Shark) has to destroy some of Earth's greatest heroes.
DC Fandome shared a peek at the upcoming Suicide Squad game, set for release in 2022 for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X.
Collider has your exclusive look at a clip from the gag reel of The Stand, coming to Blu-ray and DVD this week.
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For months, Bernie Sanders has been making a case for the multitrillion-dollar reform bill he’s spearheaded in the Senate. Now, he’s taken that case to Joe Manchin’s home turf in West Virginia — and is facing backlash from the mainstream media for breaching the norms of Beltway etiquette.
Now, we have a Pentagon which is pointing a financial gun at service members with an ultimatum.
Congress might want to look at saving money, instead of finding creative ways to spend it.
Idris Elba chats to Naga Munchetty about his role in The Harder They Fall.
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