'The Suicide Squad', from the principal James Gunn, officially received the indicative classification “R” in the United States (USA), that is, the movie it is recommended only for people over 18 or younger people accompanied by parents or guardians.
The reasons behind the decision of the Motion Picture Association (MPAA), an association that represents the five largest Hollywood film studios, are due to the content of the feature film of Warner Bros, which contains “strong violence and blood, adult language, some sexual references, drug abuse and brief graphic nudity”.
The news of the +18 rating is not new, but some aspects are noteworthy, such as “drug abuse and graphic nudity”, things rarely seen in films of Super heroes. However, it seems that the whole experience is part of the “carte blanche” that Warner Bros. gave to the director during the production of 'The Suicide Squad'.
And according to James Gunn to the website Collider, the new film can be watched "by everyone", since "it is not a reboot in itself, but it is not a sequel" direct from the 2016 production, directed by David Ayer, which did not please the audience and the specialized critic .
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However, according to the plot of the long (see the trailer below), it is possible to note that production will retain some elements and characters featured in the 2016 film. The team of villains and anti-heroes will be used once again by the U.S. government to carry out difficult missions or that violate international agreements. If they fail or flee, a bomb in each person's head is activated.
The mission of the 'Suicide Squad' is to capture the villain known as the Thinker (Peter Capaldi), but along the way, the team needs to find a way to understand itself as a “perfect team”, in addition to end up facing Starro, a giant alien who has the ability to control minds.
Directed and written by James Gunn, 'The Suicide Squad' brings back Margot Robbie like Harlequin, Viola Davis like Amanda Waller, Jai Courtney as Captain Boomerang and Joel Kinnaman like Rick Flag. Idris Elba (Bloodthirsty), John Cena (Peacemaker), Pete davidson (Blackguard), Michael Rooker (Savant), the Brazilian Alice Braga (Sol Soria), Taika Waititi (Julio Ruiz) and Sylvester Stallone (Tubarão Rei) are among the novelties of the cast.
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