No comic book movie from the last year has managed to match the sheer divisiveness of Suicide Squad. The Task Force X solo movie made a boatload of money, but left quite a bit to be desired with regards to its critical reception. Seemingly recognizing this phenomenon, DC recently released an Extended Cut of the film, which features substantially more footage than the theatrical version.

With that in mind, we have compiled a list of all the major additions that the Extended Cut of Suicide Squad makes to the film. Check out our list, and let us know if you noticed any of these awesome character moments. Now let's get started with one character that definitely gets more screen time in the Extended Cut: The Joker...

Black Hole Of Rage And Confusion

The first different you will notice between the theatrical cut of Suicide Squad and the Extended Cut is the fact that the Arkham Asylum sequence is slightly longer. Here we get to see Jared Leto cut loose as a VERY unhinged Joker who has not yet fallen for Harleen Quinzel (Margot Robbie). Although it's really only a few extra seconds of footage, this increased screen time really helps sell the idea that Leto could've given a much better performance than the film would lead us to believe.

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