Months before Suicide Squad hit theaters, rumors started to pour in that Warner Bros. and DC Films were already to go with Suicide Squad 2, which many believe to be one of the newly announced untitled DC movies hitting theaters on either October 5, 2018 or November 1, 2019. While neither of those dates have been officially announced as the home to this impending sequel, director David Ayer has indicated that he wants to come back. And he even has story ideas in place, which should come as no surprise, as the first Suicide Squad does end on a bit of a cliffhanger.

While the critics certainly haven't been kind to Suicide Squad, it broke August box office records, having pulled in $133.6 domestic since its release in Thursday previews last week, arriving with a worldwide tally of $266.9 million after just one weekend. It's a hit, and perhaps a blockbuster at that. We definitely haven't seen or heard the last of Task Force X. While David Ayer undoubtedly wants to come back, he has not been confirmed as the director of Suicide Squad 2 at this time. That doesn't mean he doesn't already have a plan mapped out on how to move forward. Perhaps for the better.

If you've seen the movie, you know how it ends. The Squad are returned to their prison cells. Life goes back to normal. Then The Joker smashes into Belle Reve to retrieve his beloved Harley Quinn and set off into the sunset on another adventure. Ayer has confirmed with