As calls for David Ayer’s 2016 version of Suicide Squad continue, the director now confirms that he’s shown his version to a passionate fan.
As campaigns to release the Ayer Cut from suicide squad continue, director David Ayer confirms that he showed the cut to a fan. Released in 2016, suicide squad was met with overwhelmingly negative reviews from critics and fans alike. Like the James Gunn reboot in 2021, The Suicide Squadthe film tells the story of the meeting of a top-secret government task force of super villains who must save the world. suicide squad introduced the audience to Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn, Will Smith’s Deadshot, and Jared Leto’s controversial take on the Joker.
After the poor reception of the theatrically released version of suicide squad, Ayer essentially rejected the film, claiming interference from Warner Bros. ruined his original vision. This prompted many fans to campaign for Warner Bros. to release Ayer’s version of the film, which the director has confirmed exists. Fan demands to release this new version were further amplified by the success of a similar campaign to release Zack Snyder’s 2017 version. Justice League. Of Zack Snyder’s Justice League Overall, proving to be much more popular than Joss Whedon’s theatrical version, DC fans continue to push for Warner Bros. to Ayer’s suicide squad a similar treatment.
In a new tweet, David Ayer confirms he showed his director’s cut suicide squad to a fan. Ayer’s tweet is in response to a fan with the account name ReleaseTheAyerCutwho says the director personally gives him the Ayer Cut of suicide squad. The fan says the movie has “no bs” and features a “very different story,in addition to being 13 minutes longer than the theatrically released version. Check out Ayer’s tweet above.
Will WB Release David Ayer’s Suicide Squad Director’s Cut?
Although Ayer has made it no secret that he also likes the suicide squad director’s cut has been released, it remains relatively unlikely that this will ever happen. Despite Ayer occasionally throwing oil on the fire to support the fans who are asking for the release, Warner Bros. repeatedly made clear its position on this matter. While calls to release the Snyder Cut of Justice League ultimately triumphed, Warner Bros. executives. reportedly regretted releasing the film because, rather than please fans, it only further provoked them against the studio leadership.
Ayer shows a passionate fan his share of suicide squad (and tweeting about it) seems like another attempt by the director to keep the energy high regarding campaigns for “#ReleaseTheAyerCut”. Although it’s unfortunate that studio interference has seemingly derailed Ayer’s version suicide squad, it’s now been six years since the film’s release and Warner Bros. clearly has other plans for the DCEU. Although the chances of Ayer dropping out… suicide squad With the release getting smaller every year, it’s certainly commendable that so many fans continue to support the director and his envisioned vision for the film.
Source: David Ayer/ Twitter
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