We already know, thanks to various set videos, that the rumors about Batman showing up in Suicide Squad were true. One of the many rumors we heard involved a scene where Batman was in the office of Task Force X’s hard-nosed boss, Amanda Waller (Viola Davis). Now, a rumor gives more details about that scene.
This comes from new website Heroic Hollywood, in a post from former Latino Review writer Umberto Gonzalez, who describes a scene in which Batman has broken into Waller’s prison and is waiting for her in her office, appearing from the shadows with a message.
Batman is totally against the concept behind the Suicide Squad, in fact he warns Waller that he will hold her personally responsible for any innocents The Joker and the rest of the Suicide Squad kill. A warning so stern that he has to visit Waller personally to deliver the message.
This would make sense. In the comics, Batman was opposed to the idea of the Suicide Squad when it started. Who could have guessed the guy who apprehended some of these villains isn’t sold on the idea of giving them weapons and sending them out on missions?
Waller had better hope nobody’s parents get murdered, is all we’re saying.