Jul 19, 2016 09:28 AM EDT
More 'Suicide Squad' High-Res Photos Released Online: Check Them Out!
"Suicide Squad" gets the Hollywood highlight this year as it speeds up with more high-resolution photos and, in fact even spoilers, online! The DC Comics, through Warner Brothers, fans the heat with its teasing photos in Collider!
The film's marketing strategy had since surpassed the usual paradigm in Hollywood from the moment its production crew invited sites and blogging icons to visit the film set, Batman News reported.
As remarkable as it may seem, Warner Brother's promotion of the film had since started off in a quick flight in the beginning of 2016.
It was often claimed that "Suicide Squad's" producer, Zack Snyder is really in to suspending the ball in air, and not yet letting it roll into the ground.
This undoubtedly makes fans go crazily excited over the film.
And, with the newly released high-res photos appearing online, there definitely isn't any room left for patience in this part of the story.
Most of the photos released in the site contain highly physical shots from the film, and even some character close-ups, Collider reported.
This is not a first time a Hollywood film shuffle means on ends in order to materialize the magnanimity of its production.
But in the case of "Suicide Squad', it should stand alone as a film with the highest social chatter rate in the social media, Deadline reported.
It is believed that the photos mainly magnet attraction.
As if promotions never got that hyped, Jared Leto, the face behind Joker's mask, appears to have taken into his will to make a scary "selfie" of his alter-ego, post it online and eventually make it viral, We Got This Covered reported.
As a result, millions and millions more are following and consequentially increasing ranks of various "Suicide Squad" covering sites, lest Leto's own Twitter account, Screen Rant reported.
The latest released photos can be checked out here.
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