Invisibility! When Aspect asked The Hit House to enhance a special song for Warner Bros’ DC Comics’ campaign for Suicide Squad, the most important thing was not to leave a trace.
When darkness must be used to fight darkness, sometimes the silence of the night is the last thing you’ll hear. Aspect was tasked with creating the newest trailer for Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Comics’ tent-pole comic book movie of the year, Suicide Squad. For this key event leading up to the theatrical release, they asked The Hit House to enhance a perennial favorite, namely, Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody,” to help fit the dialogue and trailer.
The Suicide Squad is activated when evil in the DC Comics universe has become so bad that even Superman cannot contain it alone. Thus mere mortals must fight back with the only trump card they have, namely their own brand of bad. The dirty half-dozen squad is activated by Viola Davis as Amanda Waller, who presumes to have control of the ensemble of miscreants set to fight the true darkness. Directed by David Ayer, Suicide Squad stars Adam Beach as Slipknot, Jai Courtney as Captain Boomerang, Cara Delevingne as Enchantress, Joel Kinnaman as Rick Flag, Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn, Will Smith as Deadshot, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as Killer Croc, Jay Hernandez as El Diablo, and Karen Fukuhara as Katana.
This colorful group of heroes (?!) sauntering out to save the world deserves the accompaniment of music that not only reflects our own zeitgeist, but also captures the audience’s capricious attention. Thus, The Hit House’s Creative Director, Scott Miller, led our intrepid team on the herculean, yet enviable, task of enhancing “Bohemian Rhapsody”, without leaving a trace. When you need to get the best original music or enhancement of classics for movie trailers, unleash our squad to vanquish your demons.
Suicide Squad invades theaters on August 5, 2016. Until it’s up to your imagination how they save the world… our superhero Scott Miller’s enhancements of “Bohemian Rhapsody,” should give you a good start.