Twist: For years, director David Ayer has complained about Warner Bros. rehash on his 2016 Suicide Squad, dreaming of a Director’s Cut a la Zack Snyder and Justice League. Surprisingly, the new DC Studios may be seriously interested in the thing …
Director david yesterday never accepted the rearrangement that the Warner Bros. worked on his Suicide Squad del 2016: straddling the announcement of Zack Snyder’s Justice Leaguebegan to hope for one Director’s Cut analogous, which would allow him to rectify the heavy changes that the movie with Will Smith e Margot Robbie had suffered. Until recently, it was just his hopebut according to what he posted on Twitter earlier, that could happen… Before continuing, please visit the link below, where you can find a summary of Ayer’s vision, as he told it three years does.
Suicide Squad, this is what director David Ayer’s Ayer Cut would look like
DC Studios not ruling out a director’s cut of Suicide Squad?
As we all know by now, the DC Universe is in progress reboot by James Gunn e Peter Safranleading the new ones DC Studioswanted by CEO David Zaslav, after the Discovery group bought the Warner Bros. Now, these aren’t the best circumstances to hope for the relaunch of a relatively unfortunate film from the past management like Suicide Squad, which still took home 746,847,000 million dollars for 175 of cost (it was mostly demolished by fans and critics, but it collected anyway). Despite everything, it must be remembered that Gunn is fond of the Suicide Squad, so much so that he signed himself The Suicide Squad – Suicide Mission in 2021, reconfirming some characters from Ayer’s film, Harley Quinn alias Margot Robbie ahead. So it’s no wonder that david yesterday write about yours now “vero” Suicide Squadin response to a fan who ironically used it to suggest they shouldn’t trust Warner/DC:
There is a genuine curiosity, an interest, on the part of many people. And I am aware that there is a group of people who enjoy make fun of the movie. Your comment is a perfect example of how magnetically many are drawn to discuss the 2016 film in a negative way. Have you ever had an experience in life that didn’t go as you hoped, dragged you along and made you rethink everything? It happened to me. All I know is that my film runs much better than the version released by the studio. The interest in showing my version seems concrete and organic to me. Gunn told me it’s time to share it. He absolutely deserves to launch his DC Universe without getting sidetracked by drama surrounding an old project.
What’s your advice on how to navigate this situation with grace? There’s a genuine curiosity and interest from a lot of people. And I’m aware of there is another group of people that have fun mocking the film. Your comment is a perfect example of how many are magnetically drawn… https://t.co/QZTZGUInAS
—David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) August 7, 2023