SUICIDE SQUAD Trailer Overtakes BATMAN V. SUPERMAN On YouTube

DC's two most iconic heroes may be about to go head-to-head, but it looks like the villains are winning! Only seven days after its official release, the first trailer for Suicide Squad has exceeded all expectations and even overtaken the BVS trailer with views on YouTube!


What's more exciting than watching Batman and Superman square off on the big screen for the first time? Task Force X apparently! In a surprising turn of events, the Comic-Con trailer for Suicide Squad has overtaken it's Batman V. Superman: Dawn Of Justice counterpart on YouTube views - despite being released a whole two days later. Currently, the David Ayer helmed film is sitting on over 36.1 million views on the popular video sharing website, while BVS has only 34.9 million.

It's worth mentioning that these figures only take into account the videos released on WB's official YouTube channel. It's still great news for DC/WB, who may have originally had some concerns about Suicide Squad's bankability. Jared Leto's Joker was likely the big draw for general audiences, but it's possible the movie's intruiging villain-centric concept turned some heads too. Regardless of the cause, it looks likely that DC/WB now has not one, but two hits on its hands for 2016.

Unfortunately for the studio, neither trailer came close to matching the number of views reached by both the Star Wars: The Force Awakens (58.2 million) and Avengers: Age Of Ultron (50.6 million) trailers in their first week. Given that the DCEU is still a very young franchise, perhaps we'll have to wait a few years for the Justice League: Part One trailer to challenge those numbers. Which DC trailer did you prefer? Sound off below with your thoughts!

Suicide Squad will hit theatres August 5, 2016 - just over four months after Batman V. Superman: Dawn Of Justice arrives on March 25.


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