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‘Suicide Squad’ Petition – Fans Are Demanding Their Money Back


Fans start a Suicide Squad petition saying Warner Bros. should refund fans for falsely advertising scenes that were not in the movie.

After threatening to sue Warner Bros. for false advertising, reddit user BlackPanther 2016 has launched a petition demanding Warner Bros. give their money back.

Black Panther wrote, “WB/DC studios falsely advertised their Suicide Squad movie with specific footage/images of popular, well beloved characters such as, ‘The Joker’ and ‘Katana’ to draw millions of people in to go watch their movie, but only to find out that the advertised footage/images isn’t even featured in the actual finished product. ”

Black Panther continued by saying, “This is false advertising, blatant robbery, bait and switch.”

Black Panther followed up by pointing out seven scenes that were featured in the trailer and not shown in the actual movie.

  1. When Joker drops a grenade with his face all messed up and says, ”BYE BYE!”
  2. When Joker says, ”let me show you my toys” as he smiles in a creepy manner.
  3. When Joker bangs his head on his car window.
  4. When Joker punches the roof of his modded Infiniti G35 with a Vaydor kit.
  5. When Harley Quinn says, ”I hope you have insurance”.
  6. When Harley Quinn asks the squad what drinks they want in the pub.
  7. A beautiful shot of Katana’s eyes turning peach black.
  8. Epic slow motion shot of Katana taking in souls with her sword in a smokey fashion. (Done with fantastic visual effects that many fans just couldn’t wait to see in the actual movie – but nope, doesn’t exist in the finished product)

Panther continues by arguing that these scenes were used to lure people to the box office but, then show audiences a different movie advertised in the movie trailer.

In a matter of a few hours, dozens have signed the petition. One person wrote, “I’m signing this because I don’t like spending my hard-earned money to see a movie that was falsely advertised & misleading such as the movie “Suicide Squad””

Justin Palazzo of Greenville, Rhode Island said he was upset. “Pretty angry that this movie showed a million deleted scenes in the trailers that didn’t even make it to the movie. Movie was terrible”

You can check out the petition here.


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