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David Ayer's Suicide Squad has now arrived in theaters, but fans know that this is hardly the end for its large ensemble of characters. Following Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the movie is the third chapter of the DC Extended Universe, and as a result we can expect the film's various heroes and villains to show up in future franchise titles. Of course, after realizing that, one is left with one major question: exactly where are they going to show up?

To find an answer to this question, I've looked into my speculation crystal ball, and have determined where I think the still-living characters in Suicide Squad should appear next. Read on, and leave your own personal thoughts in the comments section below!

Amanda Waller

Where Suicide Squad Left Her: Those of you who stayed for at least half of the credits in Suicide Squad know that the last place we saw Amanda Waller (Viola Davis) wasn't negotiating deals with the titular group. In the extra footage, she can be found making a deal with Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) himself, making a trade of classified metahuman documents in exchange for protection in the blowback from the Enchantress debacle.

Where She Should Appear Next: Amanda Waller is a big deal in the DC Universe. She is probably best known for being the woman responsible for the organization of the Suicide Squad, but her role in that fictional world is far more important than that. She is often the government representative when it comes to dealing with superheroes and supervillains -- which is why we want to see her next in Justice League. Whatever goes down in that movie will surely catch the American government's attention, and Amanda Waller should be put on the front lines.

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