No spoilers here, but when you finish watching Suicide Squad, you'll want to stay in your seats. Now that the film has started screening, we have confirmation that there's a scene in the middle of the credits. After the credits sequence rolls (that's also called the "bumper," the part before the plain black-and-white names and characters part rolls), using the same stylized hyper-colored imagery they've used in the posters and character art, there's one more scene waiting for you on the other side. It's pivotal and important, too.
There is not, however, an after-credits scene. While Marvel Studios frequently makes use of both, giving a major story beat in the mid-credits, and an extra tease or sometimes a joke post-credits, it seems DC Films/WB is not following suit. Of course, this is also based on early screenings, so it could change after the film itself is released. We've reached out to Warner Bros. for confirmation, and should they provide it, will update.
Suicide Squad brings out the bad guys for a mission that the good guys aren't around for. Taking place after the events of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, we see the DC Films Universe respond to a near-godly being (Superman) appearing – and apparently dying. A team of bad guys is assembled to do some good when there are no other options. Directed by David Ayer, the film features both popular and little known characters from the pages of DC Comics, like Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), Deadshot (Will Smith), Diablo (Jay Hernandez), Captain Boomerang (Jai Courtney), and of course Amanda Waller, played by Viola Davis.
Suicide Squad hits theaters August 5, 2016.