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Either the Suicide Squad movie has terrible security or it’s just impossible for them to keep a lid on things, because more behind-the-scenes footage leaks out every day.
Outdoor footage shows the Batmobile chasing the Joker in a red Lamborghini, filmed on Yonge Street, Toronto. The same area previously hosted a plane crash and another chases scene for Suicide Squad earlier in the month, frustrating Toronto commuters. It’s a small price to pay for having such a big movie filming in town, according to Mayor John Tory.
A video posted by ERNstagram (@ernievicente) on
We’re guessing it was impossible to completely clear a public street for filming purposes, which is why most of these clips appear to be from random passers-by rather than people working on the movie. YouTube channel Torontopia cut together some of the best shots, giving a better idea of how the chases sequence pans out.
This Instagram video even shows an aerial view from a building above where the chase was being filmed.
And here’s a close-up of the Batmobile itself.
A video posted by Terence Yip (@terenceyip) on
It’s not clear whether Ben Affleck was driving the Batmobile, or if it was a stunt double. However, this scene confirms that Batfleck is definitely going to be in the Suicide Squad movie, tying it together with other films in the DC Comics/Warner Bros. franchise.
Photo via Terence Yip/Instagram
Gavia Baker-Whitelaw is a staff writer at the Daily Dot, covering geek culture and fandom. Specializing in sci-fi movies and superheroes, she also appears as a film and TV critic on BBC radio. Elsewhere, she co-hosts the pop culture podcast Overinvested. Follow her on Twitter: @Hello_Tailor