2016’s Suicide Squad was not DC’s best effort. A commendable attempt on trying something different, but lacked in execution. While the film was not well-received, it’s still a DC outing on the big screen, and as such will somewhere throughout the Nerdom be the topic of discussion in some shape or form.
Director of the film David Ayer recently shot down a point of discussion in a rumor about that posed just under 40 minutes of unused footage of Jared Leto’s Joker exists. The debunking (So something is bunk, and then you debunk it?) How does that work exactly?) came from a fan asking Ayer on Twitter if the rumor was true. You can check out the post below.
Grapevine wrong https://t.co/qEydwzH5el
— David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) June 21, 2020
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This just goes to show you, that for the most part, the grapevine is not to be trusted. Forty minutes of extra material is quite a bit.
I am not a fan of Leto’s Joker, and I know I’m not alone. For me, it wasn’t so much Leto’s portrayal of the Clown Prince of Crime, it was his appearance. I just couldn’t get used to it. It also wasn’t a very good film overall in my opinion and I’m sure that influenced my feelings on some level. I also felt that Leto’s Joker was more of a top-level street thug, as opposed to a brilliant criminal mastermind.
I would assume most who are reading this article are well aware of a new project from Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn, which is something of a reboot titled The Suicide Squad. Gunn has shown his proficiency in the superhero genre, and even with juggling multiple characters so the hopes are high for this one.
What’s your opinion on David Ayer’s Suicide Squad? Let us know in the comments down below!
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