Suicide Squad Cast Turns Out for Mural Unveil in Wynwood

Suicide Squad Cast Turns Out for Mural Unveil in Wynwood

Monday, July 25, police blocked off NW Second Avenue between 27th and 28th streets in Wynwood as a mob gathered to watch Will Smith and the crew of Suicide Squad unveil a new mural themed after the upcoming movie. Local street artists Diana "Didi Rok" Contreras and Amanda Valdes spent a week collaboratively painting the wall. To hype the unveil, Warner Bros. threw an afternoon block party hosted by DJ Laz. Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado said a few words on stage before the reveal.


Monday, July 25, police blocked off NW Second Avenue between 27th and 28th streets in Wynwood as a mob gathered to watch Will Smith and the crew of Suicide Squad unveil a new mural themed after the upcoming movie. Local street artists Diana "Didi Rok" Contreras and Amanda Valdes spent a week collaboratively painting the wall. To hype the unveil, Warner Bros. threw an afternoon block party hosted by DJ Laz. Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado said a few words on stage before the reveal.
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