You can count me as one of those people who thought that Snyder Cut of Justice League would never be released. It just seemed like an impossibility; Warner Bros. and Zack Snyder had largely gone their separate ways, and it would require a huge investment to complete the project. But as we know, Zack Snyder’s Justice League was released on HBO Max and pretty much lived up to its fans’ hype. To make a long story short, I’m not making the same mistake of assuming that Ayer Cut off Suicide Squad will never see the light of day.
Since the successful release of Snyder Cut, we’ve seen the fan campaign for the release of Ayer Cut by Suicide Squad collects steam. Director David Ayer and cast members have all called on Warner Bros. to publish the project. While talking to Variety for the Los Angeles premiere House of Gucci, Jared Leto added his voice to the chorus.
Absolutely! Why not? Why would they not? Why would they not? I mean, that’s what streaming is for, right?
David Ayer replied Twitter, say “Exactly what streaming is for. If you own IP and you have the mandate to monetize it from your shareholders, that’s exactly what you do.“Unlike Snyder Cut, David Ayer has previously said that Ayer Cut off Suicide Squad “would be easy to complete,“not to mention being”incredibly soothing to me. It’s exhausting to get a kick in the ass for a movie that got Edward Scissorhands treatment. The movie I made has never been seen.”
A lot of Suicide Squad were left on the floor of the rock room, especially much of Jared Leto’s performance as the Joker. “Jared was treated rather badly during this,Said Ayer. “No one has seen his performance. It was ripped out of the film.Leto returned as the Joker before Zack Snyders Justice League and he has said he would be down to return if David Ayer needed resumes Suicide Squad as well. What do you think? Want to see Ayer Cut off Suicide Squad?
Jared Leto will next be seen in the lead role along with Lady Gaga, Adam Driver, Al Pacino and more in Ridley Scotts House of Gucci, which comes in the cinema further November 24.