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Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn character gets rescued in the red-band trailer for The Suicide Squad 

The Suicide Squad red-band trailer sees Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn get rescued by her comrades in a bloody FIRST LOOK at the superhero flick

The Suicide Squad released its first trailer on Friday and promised a hilarious but gory take on the dark superhero franchise.

The trailer for the sequel to 2016’s Suicide Squad finds Margot Robbie‘s jester Harley Quinn imprisoned, forcing her fellow squad members to rescue her.

New stars, including Idris Elba, John Cena and Pete Davidson, make their debut with the Suicide Squad, while previous stars Joel Kinnaman and Jai Courtney return.

Red-band trailer: The Suicide Squad released its first trailer on Friday and promised a hilarious but gory take on the dark superhero franchise with debuts from new characters played by John Cena and Idris Elba

The trailer opens with a hilarious argument in a van as Suicide Squad members race to Harley’s rescue. 

Peacemaker (Cena) complains that they’re trying to rescue ‘a mental defective dressed as a court jester,’ while Bloodsport (Elba) mocks him for wearing a ‘toilet bowl’ on his head.

Once they arrive, the group start to climb up a building with ropes, only for Harley to appear around the corner carrying a spear and covered in blood.

‘We’re here to save you. It was a really good plan, too,’ Kinnaman’s character Rick Flagg says, deflated. 

Surprise! Once they arrive, the group start to climb up a building with ropes, only for Harley to appear around the corner carrying a spear and covered in blood

Surprise! Once they arrive, the group start to climb up a building with ropes, only for Harley to appear around the corner carrying a spear and covered in blood

Whoops: 'We're here to save you. It was a really good plan, too,' Kinnaman's character Rick Flagg says. 'Well I can go back inside and you can still do it,' Harley replies innocently

Whoops: ‘We’re here to save you. It was a really good plan, too,’ Kinnaman’s character Rick Flagg says. ‘Well I can go back inside and you can still do it,’ Harley replies innocently

‘Well I can go back inside and you can still do it,’ Harley replies innocently, which Bloodsport mocks as ‘patronizing.’

Running the operation from behind the scenes is Viola Davis’ returning character Amanda Waller, who set up the Suicide Squad program that was featured in the first film.

The members of the group are all imprisoned criminals and supervillains that have been offered shortened sentences in exchange for fighting other threats.

In order to make sure they follow through, all have been implanted with tiny bombs in their skulls which will detonate if they go rogue. 

Behind the scenes: Running the operation is Viola Davis' returning character Amanda Waller, who set up the Suicide Squad program that was featured in the first film

Behind the scenes: Running the operation is Viola Davis’ returning character Amanda Waller, who set up the Suicide Squad program that was featured in the first film

After the introductory scene, the strains of Steely Dan’s classic song Dirty Work start to play as the new Suicide Squad recruits are introduced in prison.

Michael Rooker plays Savant, a computer hacker with long white hair who is locked in a concrete pit with nothing but a rubber ball to occupy himself with.

Pete Davidson plays Blackguard, a mercenary known for screwing up his own schemes, as he pulls some toilet paper off of his shoe.

Among the more eye-catching characters is a giant shark–man hybrid known as King Shark.

The monster, who doesn’t sound particularly bright, helps out his fellow Suicide Squad members by devouring a guard in only a few bites during a mission. 

New faces: After the introductory scene, the strains of Steely Dan's classic song Dirty Work start to play as the new Suicide Squad recruits are introduced in prison, including Michael Rooker's hacker Savant

New faces: After the introductory scene, the strains of Steely Dan’s classic song Dirty Work start to play as the new Suicide Squad recruits are introduced in prison, including Michael Rooker’s hacker Savant

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