Suicide Squad Director David Ayer Pens Lengthy Letter Disowning Film, Teases Existence of “Amazing” Director’s Cut

David Ayer’s Suicide Squad movie had a pretty troubled production, to say the least. On March 15, producer Charles Roven resigned his position due to “differences” with Ayer. On March 30, actress Margot Robbie also exited the film, as she could not work with Ayer.

As expected, David Ayer’s Suicide Squad movie, which stars Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Jared Leto, Joel Kinnaman, Cara Delevingne, and Viola Davis, has been universally panned by critics. The movie is suffering from an incredibly high public profile, and critics have been quick to point out that it’s a mess of plot holes and missed opportunities. In his response, Ayer gave an exceedingly lengthy and thoughtful explanation for why he directed the movie the way he did. He also hinted that there was an “amazing” cut of the movie that he is still in the process of assembling.

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Suicide Squad, a live-action adaptation of DC Comics’ famous band of disposable super villains, was panned and scolded by both reviewers and fans for everything from bad editing to Jared Leto’s controversial portrayal of a Joker with the word “Damaged” tattooed on his forehead.

Following positive reviews for James Gunn’s new and unique take on the supervillain team, which opens in theaters and on HBO Max this Friday, August 6, Ayer has shared a letter clarifying that the Suicide Squad film’s studio cut isn’t his, despite him investing many years of his life into the project.

Suicide Squad doesn’t contain any of the out-of-place radio songs that were pushed into the picture by executives, who were likely trying to recreate the same magic that Gunn created for Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy, according to Ayer. He also claims that his version of the film has “conventional character arcs, great performances, [and] a good third-act conclusion,” suggesting that it would be a much superior experience than what DC fans received in 2016.

Ayer’s argument is that his Suicide Squad needs additional financing for a director’s cut release, comparable to what Warner Bros. committed to for Zack Snyder’s Justice League. However, it’s unclear how much traction the #releasetheayercut campaign will acquire in the end.

Now it’s my time…

July 29, 2021 — David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies)

Suicide Squad has become a part of my existence. I created something incredible – my cut is a complex and emotional trip through the lives of some “bad people” who have been sh*t on and abandoned (a theme that resonates in my soul). My film is not the studio cut. Reread what you just read.

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