‘Suicide Squad’ First Test Screening Reactions Are In

By May 21, 2016

Following disappointing results and reactions to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, DC has got everything riding on David Ayer’s Suicide Squad, the other film from the studio set to hit theatres this year, that’s the only chance left in 2016 to give a majority of its fans hope in the rest of the DC Cinematic Universe.

So far, buzz around the project seems to be good, despite the numerous reshoot reports that seem to be hitting the web on a constant basis as of late.

Now, the very first test screening reactions to the film, that was apparently held in Los Angeles last night, have hit the web, and predictably, the reactions seem to be fairly positive:

Now, all of these reactions should be taken with a grain of salt, since the initial fan reactions (which are what these are for the most part) to both Fantastic Four and Batman v Superman were overwhelmingly positive. With that being said, it’s nice to know that the first reactions to the film are still positive anyways, especially considering how Batman v Superman could have negatively impacted anyone‘s perception of the film.

It looks like a ballsy and weird comic book movie adaptation, in a much better way than Batman v Superman did though, which is about all I’m asking for at this point.

Suicide Squad is set to hit theatres on August 5th.

Make sure to keep checking back for more updates — right here on GeekNation.

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Alex Welch

Alex Welch

Alex dreams of meeting a girl with a yellow umbrella, and spends too much time* staring at a movie screen. His vocabulary consists mostly of movie quotes and 80s song lyrics. *Debatable
  • RedSon

    I thought BvS was one of the best movies I’ve ever seen. I don’t care about anyone else’s opinion.

    I’ll also be judging SS for myself, as well.

    I recommend everyone do the same. I don’t like bandwagons, and tend to use my brain to make my own decisions. Silly, I know, not letting the masses influence me in the slightest. However, I never quite liked the popular opinion mentality anyway.