Last week, reports confirmed that “Suicide Squad” will feature a mid-credits, which came as a surprise since Warner Bros. deliberately chose not to include post-credit scenes in their first 2 DC films, “Man of Steel” and “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice”.
Thanks to We Got This Covered and Cosmic Book News, we now have scene description and leaked video clip of the 2 characters featured in the mid-credits scene helps set up “Justice League”. Before proceeding further, you’ve been warned of spoilers so read on at your own risk.
The duo in question are: Viola Davis’ Amanda Waller and Ben Affleck’s Bruce Wayne (Not Batman). Towards the end of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”, Bruce discovers Lex Luthor’s secret files which contains classified details on The Flash, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and Cyborg. It appears that Amanda has more detailed information.
Here’s how the scene plays out:
“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.”
Exciting isn’t it? So Amanda is aware that Bruce is the Dark Knight and he responds by suggesting she should shut down Suicide Squad. Any future attempts to reform Task Force X, and she will have to answer to him and his team of Justice League. It hints at a possible conflict between the pair somewhere down the line.
Where and when will this take place? Well, that remains to be seen. In the meantime, for those feeling skeptical of the mid-credits scene description mentioned above, here’s the proof to satisfy your curiosity.