Suicide Squad Director David Ayer Tweet Something About It

Director David Ayer remains vocal on Twitter in featuring the contrasts between his Suicide Squad cut and the dramatic cut we saw in 2016. Since it was revealed Zack Snyder’s cut of Justice League would at last be released by HBO Max in 2021, Ayer — in comparable conditions to Snyder after his version of Suicide Squad was altered significantly ahead of release— has been noting an enormous number of fan questions day by day concerning his director’s cut and upholding for its release on HBO Max, as well.


Among a huge number of new tweets shared on 30 May, 2020, Saturday morning, David Ayer told the 2015 Comic-Con trailer and how, tonally, it obviously stands out from the dramatic cut. The subject came up after a Twitter follower of David Ayer’s shared their insight that the Comic-Con trailer was the “greatest isolated piece” of substance from the film. This drove Ayer to respond, seemingly agreeing and proceeding to clarify how the trailer typified the tone he needed, however which never happened as expected.


“This trailer nailed the tone and aim of the film I made,” David Ayer tweeted, proceeding to state, “Methodical. Layered. Complex, beautiful and sad. After the [Batman v Superman] reviews shell stunned the leadership at that point, and the success of Deadpool, my soulful drama was beaten into a “comedy.””

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David Ayer argument seems to be that the darker, moodier tone of Snyder’s Batman v Superman, which was shared in part by Suicide Squad, was something that should have been changed and the tone of the more joyfully R-rated Deadpool was the layout whereupon Ayer’s cut was edited so that it could match. Ayer stuck to all these guns as he proceeded to reject Deadpool’s example and its impact on comic book movies overall, eventually contending DC movies work better as “darker, all the more mentally realistic” elements.

David Ayer’s other comments that morning also went more in depth on his vision for Jared Leto’s Joker and Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn, the mask worn by Will Smith’s Deadshot, and testing any individual who saw his cut with an effort to vouch for his version. The director proceeded with efforts to put forth the case for his Suicide Squad cut are fascinating, without a doubt. It will be intriguing to see what he uncovers next.


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