Director David Ayer is continuing to defend the ‘Ayer Cut’ and says that it is better than the original ‘Suicide Squat’ movie.
As we all know, there has been a big problem between Warner Bros. and David Ayer for DC Extended Universe’s Suicide Squad. According to claims, Ayer’s vision was changed by Warner Bros., and the movie became more unrecognizable than Ayer’s original vision.
Amid these differences, a Twitter user made a comment after Graphic artist Kode Abdo, known as BossLogic, shared a poster, representing David Ayer’s cut, on his Twitter account, and the user claimed that Suicide Squat was a bad movie, as well as Ayer Cut too. The user wrote:
“Why are you guys so determined that there’s a better version of a bad movie hidden away? Sometimes bad movies are just bad movies.”
After noticing this comment, the 52-year-old director quoted the user’s tweet and defended his ‘Ayer Cut’ by saying there is a better version. He wrote:
“There is a much better version. Objective fact.”
Check out the tweets below.
Why are you guys so determined that there’s a better version of a bad movie hidden away? Sometimes bad movies are just bad movies
— Kobe-Wan KenOBE (@The_n0bleknight) July 27, 2020
There is a much better version. Objective fact. https://t.co/4K5qP9wtU6
— David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) July 27, 2020