SUICIDE SQUAD Director David Ayer Is Sick Of Taking The Blame For Warner Bros.' Changes To The Movie

SUICIDE SQUAD Director David Ayer Is Sick Of Taking The Blame For Warner Bros.' Changes To The Movie

SUICIDE SQUAD Director David Ayer Is Sick Of Taking The Blame For Warner Bros.' Changes To The Movie

Suicide Squad director David Ayer has hit back at those who criticise him for that movie based on the changes made by Warner Bros., while James Gunn has come under fire for an unfortunate Twitter "Like."

You only need to look at the trailers for proof that the version of Suicide Squad we saw in theaters wasn't what director David Ayer originally had planned for the DC Comics adaptation. The response to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice led to Warner Bros. ordering extensive reshoots which completely changed the story and tone (oh, and the ending to boot). 

Now, with everyone talking about The Suicide Squad, Ayer has taken to social media to make it clear that he's had enough of coming under fire for a version of the movie he simply didn't want. 


In related news, James Gunn has come under fire from many fans on social media after liking a Tweet in which Suicide Squad is described as a "piece of sh*t" and Ayer's work is dismissed as not being as good as Gunn's. Chances are he only liked it because the person was defending the casting of Peter Davidson, but, honestly, this isn't a great look!


Just like the fabled "Snyder Cut" of Justice League, it's highly unlikely that we'll ever get to see the "Ayer Cut" of Suicide Squad, but it is interesting to think about those deleted scenes that are sitting on a cutting room floor somewhere (remember that The Joker was set to battle Task Force X at the end of the movie and his relationship with Harley Quinn was going to be very different). 

Tell us, what are your thoughts on these remarks from the filmmaker about the 2016 release?
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