It’s good to be bad! A delightfully devilish trailer has dropped for the all-new super villain smash-up Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay — the next entry in the DC Universe toon library from Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment. The feature length R-rated adventure arrives via Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on Digital (HD $19.99, SD $14.99) beginning March 27, and on Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack ($39.99 SRP), Blu-ray Combo Pack ($24.98) and DVD ($19.98) on April 10.
An original story, Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay finds Amanda Waller’s (voiced by Vanessa Williams) top secret “Task Force X” – Deadshot (DCU newbie Christian Slater), Bronze Tiger (Billy Brown), Killer Frost (Kristin Bauer van Straten), Captain Boomerang (Liam McIntyre), Harley Quinn (Tara Strong) and Copperhead (Gideon Emery) – on a mission to retrieve a mystical object so powerful that they’re willing to risk their own lives to steal it. But the Suicide Squad isn’t the only group of villains seeking to possess the object. The race is on for the golden prize … and, to stay alive, second place isn’t an option.
The cast of villains also features C. Thomas Howell as Zoom, Dania Ramirez as Scandal Savage, James Urbaniak as Professor Pyg, Julie Nathanson as Silver Banshee & Jewelee, and Jim Pirri as Vandal Savage & Vertigo. Plus, Greg Grunberg as Steel Maxum, Dave Fennoy as Blockbuster & Tobias Whale, Cissy Jones as Knockout, Natalie Lander as Darma, Trevor Devall as Punch, Dave Boat as Harvey Dent/Two-Face, and Matthew Mercer as Savage Gunman.
The movie is produced and directed by Sam Liu (Gotham by Gaslight, The Judas Contract), from a script by co-producer Alan Burnett (Justice League vs. Teen Titans). Executive producers are Sam Register and James Tucker.
Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay is rated R for bloody violence throughout, sexual content, brief graphic nudity, and some drug material.
Ultra HD, BD and Digital bonus features include a sneak peek at upcoming DCU Movie The Death of Superman, “Outback Rogue: Captain Boomerang,” “Nice Shot, Floyd! The Greatest Marksman in the DCU,” “The Power of Plot Devices, MacGuffins and Red Herrings,” and commentary with Alan Burnett and James Tucker.