Suicide Squad: New footage of Jared Leto's Joker in Lil' Wayne, Wiz Khalifa and Imagine Dragons music video

Suicide Squad arrives in UK cinemas on 5 August, when the soundtrack will also be released

Jess Denham@jess_denham
Saturday 25 June 2016 12:05

Suicide Squad fans have been given a glimpse at new footage in the music video for a soundtrack song by Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa and Imagine Dragons.

“Sucker for Pain” focuses mainly on Jared Leto's Joker and follows Twenty One Pilot's lead single “Heathens”.

The supervillain theme is echoed in the video's tone, with the artists seen tied up in strait jackets and locked in cages, while the dark lyrics describe the Joker's on-off relationship with his accomplice Harley Quinn.

Suicide Squad: The Album can be preordered now ahead of release on 5 August, to coincide with the movie hitting cinemas.

The video for Skrillex and Rick Ross' song “Purple Lamborghini” is expected soon, with the full track list as follows:

Skrillex & Rick Ross - 'Purple Lamborghini'

Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa & Imagine Dragons with Logic and Ty Dolla $ign (feat. X Ambassadors) - 'Sucker For Pain'

Twenty One Pilots - 'Heathens'

Action Bronson & Dan Auerbach (of The Black Keys) [Feat. Mark Ronson] - 'Standing In The Rain'

Kehlani - 'Gangsta'

Kevin Gates - 'Know Better'

Grace - 'You Don't Own Me' (feat. G-Eazy)

Eminem - 'Without Me'

Skylar Grey - 'Wreak Havoc'

Grimes - 'Medieval Warfare'

Panic! At the Disco - 'Bohemian Rhapsody'

War - 'Slippin' Into Darkness'

Creedence Clearwater Revival - 'Fortunate Son'

ConfidentialMX - 'I Started A Joke' (feat. Becky Hanson)

Suicide Squad has been much-hyped as this summer’s big blockbuster, with mostly positive test screening reviews ranking fans’ expectations up even higher. Margot Robbie stars alongside Leto as his unhinged on-off lover and accomplice Harley Quinn, while Will Smith, Cara Delevingne, Joel Kinnaman, Viola Davis and Jai Courtney also star.

The story follows Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, with Ben Affleck making a brief cameo as Batman, and focuses on a group of villains recruited by a secret government agency to carry out black op missions in exchange for reduced jail sentences.

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