Below you’ll discover spoilers for James Gunn’s “The Suicide Squad,” together with some, ah, NSFW photographs of Weasel.
It’s robust to name a personality in “The Suicide Squad” a scene-stealer, as a result of they’re all scene-stealers. But a few of them steal scenes greater than others — like Weasel. This cross-eyed critter is just within the film for about 5 or 6 minutes, however he makes an enormous impression.
And additionally his penis is hanging out.
It’s robust to identify on first viewing as a result of he’s very furry *down there*, and likewise as a result of there aren’t a ton of full-body pictures of Weasel to work with. But you may see it in two pictures when he’s first launched — when he’s getting out of the armored prisoner transport, and when Team 1 does their hero shot of all people in a line strolling towards the digital camera. I’ve acquired screengrabs for you that I brightened so it’s simpler to see.
And only for the sake of driving the purpose residence, right here’s a gif.
While the presence of Weasel’s penis isn’t actually any type of massive deal, I do admire the dedication to only doing the factor that James Gunn appears to have had with “The Suicide Squad.” It’s so crude, and so violent, and likewise kinda miserable — but additionally hilarious and stuffed with amusing weirdness. This specific little element, which few individuals appear to have seen up to now, is the type of factor that’s gonna maintain me coming again. I wager there’s loads more odd hidden gags like this throughout this film.
But, I ought to say, Weasel is actually extra than simply his penis. He’s a toddler assassin who stole our hearts with only a few moments of display screen time. I in all probability don’t have to make the case for extra Weasel within the DC Movieverse, however I’m gonna do it anyway. And I promise it’s not simply because I feel we want extra humorous bare animal individuals in films. Though that’s actually one among my causes.
The Case for More Weasel within the DC Movieverse
In the opening phase of “The Suicide Squad,” Amanda Waller’s Task Force X actually lives as much as its nickname. And eclectic staff of baddies is shipped to invade a South American island nation — and most of them are killed fairly rapidly. The first to go (apparently) was Weasel, who appeared to drown as quickly as he dropped into the water close to the seashore.
It was a fully hilarious second, however it turned out to be bittersweet — Savant (Michael Rooker) dragged Weasel onto land after which pronounced him useless. No extra Weasel, and we’re solely eight minutes into the film.
But he was solely briefly useless, it seems, as on the finish of “The Suicide Squad” we study that he wasn’t useless in any respect. We don’t understand how lengthy he was unconscious on the seashore, or what he did as soon as he acquired up and wandered off into the woods. But we all know he’s nonetheless alive, and that’s what issues. We know that he might come again in one other film.
If this text have been a tweet, I’d say that I’d die for my large trash weasel son. But since this isn’t a tweet I’ll go into a bit of additional element about simply how a lot I like my large trash weasel son.
The hook with Weasel is that he’s lacking all of the indicators we might usually affiliate with intelligence. In our sadly transient time with him, he by no means demonstrates a capability to speak with anybody, nor does he even actually acknowledge any of the opposite characters — he barely ever even seems at anyone. There’s clearly one thing happening in that noggin of his, since he makes use of a seatbelt and manages to behave himself.
So in follow, what we get each time Weasel is on display screen is a humorous animal video. He’s simply hanging out, trying bizarre, eyes and mouth twitching whereas he makes cranky cat sounds. It is a superb testomony to the work of Sean Gunn, who’s the person below that CGI costume, that he was in a position to make this mangy cat man into presumably essentially the most lovable a part of “The Suicide…
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