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A mid-credits scene description from Suicide Squad has leaked online which features an interesting, but not-so-friendly conversation between Ben Affleck's Batman/Bruce Wayne and Viola Davis's Amanda Waller.

The plot of Suicide Squad revolves around the world's worst villains recruited by a US government agency to fight against a bigger threat. Amanda Waller will oversee and assign missions to Task Force X and will also have to deal with the repercussions and clean-up after the supervillains leave a mess.

In the mid-credits scene Bruce Wayne and Waller speak about covering up for each other.

We Got This Covered has released the full scene description, which reads as follows:

The scene has Bruce Wayne talking to Amanda Waller in her office, getting dossier files on the members of the Justice League he's trying to round up in exchange for using his influence to help cover up the damage to the city that the Suicide Squad causes while going after Enchantress. They both have dirt on each other, though. When he leaves, he makes a crack about friendship. She says, "I don't believe in friendship, I believe in leverage." He looks at her and she follows, "You look tired. You should stop working nights." He replied, "If you don't shut it down someone will do it for you," or something to that effect, and then leaves.

In an earlier interview, Davis had admitted that she had "palpitations" and nearly "suffered from hearing loss" while filming the David Ayer-directed-movie.

Ben Affleck
Ben Affleck's Bruce Wayne/ Batman will be seen in Suicide Squad Warner Bros. Pictures

When asked how crazy the movie gets, The How To Get Away With Murder actress said, "Just put it this way, it got so crazy that there were times during filming that I had heart palpitations. Not only heart palpitations, but at one point I said, 'Did I suffer from hearing loss? Why is my left ear still pounding?' That's all I can tell you."

Davis also praised the entire cast performance in the movie. "Jared Leto, Margot Robbie, I mean everyone, every single person in it gets to be completely insane, because all the characters are insane. They're bad guys. We're all bad guys. Amanda Waller is ... a bad guy, bad girl. We're not nice."

The DC/Warner Brothers movie hits theatres on Friday (5 August).