Suicide Squad's Joker played by Jared Leto Youtube/Warner Bros

With only 10 days left for the release of Suicide Squad, Warner Bros has teased fans with some new scenes from the anti-hero movie. Altogether eight videos were released by the studio at San Diego Comic-Con 2016 that featured some of DC's most-feared villains.

The Joker played by Jared Leto seems to be taking his "psychotic" character to a whole new level in one of the clips titled Really Really Bad. In what appears to be a dark room full of tools, the Joker aka Mr J is seen preparing to torture a victim. "I am not going to kill you, I am just going to hurt you, really, really, bad," he says as he sports his maniacal smirk.

Joining the usual list of villains including The Joker, Harley Quinn, and Deadshot, the latest videos released also feature the mysterious Enchantress and crew recruiter Amanda Waller.

The series of snippets from Suicide Squad show the Task Force X members – a team of deadly villains recruited by shady government agent Amanda Waller – in all their glory as they prepare to take on a mysterious adversary. Despite the numerous videos released by Warner Bros, the identity of the grand nemesis is still not clear.

In another snippet named There's Your Pep Talk, Waller played by Viola Davis drops a hint about the kind of mission the Task Force X members are faced with. "There's an event in midway city," she says adding, "I want you to enter the city, rescue HVT1, and get them to safety." She further says that HVT1 is the "only person that matters in the city" and is the "one person that you can't kill".

"Complete the mission, you get time off your prison sentence, fail the mission, you die," Waller warns.

Cara Delevingne's June Moone aka Enchantress too makes an appearance in one of the clips titled Meet Enchantress. In the video, the sorceress changes form astonishing a group of men and proving her value to the crew.

Directed by David Ayer, Suicide Squad stars Leto, Davis, Margot Robbie, Joel Kinnaman, Delevingne, Karen Fukuhara, and Will Smith. The movie opens in theatres on 5 August.

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