Task Force X was released for the first time in 2016 in the United States. It was a film that managed to demonstrate that even the most unfavorable super-villains can do some good, despite their gruesome gestation. The film was made by Warner Bros, who decided to present it in post-production david yesterday, revealing an important fact.
The original Suicide Squad plot, according to Ayer on Twitter, had a direct connection to Joss Whedon's Justice League. The villain would eventually open a portal to Apokolips, launching a major conflict. In fact, Steppenwolf and his army of Parademons would have arrived at the scene at this point.
"Stepenwolf and the Parademon army were removed prior to the production process. The Enchantress was under the control of a Mother Box and opened a gateway to Apokolips."
The fact that James Gunn took over as the film's lead villain would have helped to make the films more cohesive with each other. The removal of Steppenwolf and subsequent reworkings of the film are just confirmation that Warner's previous management did not have very clear plans on how to manage this wonderful endeavor.
The title produced by Rocksteady may be subjected to a fresh postponement, according to Jason Schreier. The reason for this new postponement may be due to recent criticism of the fans that surfaced following the last gameplay shown during the PlayStatioin event in February.