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Suicide Squad Director David Ayer Responds To An Internet Hater Who Blasts ‘Ayer Cut’

Suicide Squad Director David Ayer Responds To An Internet Hater Who Blasts ‘Ayer Cut’

Suicide Squad director David Ayer has responded to a Twitter user who brutally blasted his ‘Ayer Cut’ amid claims whether the film will be released.

As you 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.

While David Ayer detailed Ayer Cut on Twitter by responding to the fans’ question, an internet hater blasted his version of the Suicide Squad film.

A fan of the movie expressed doubts about whether the scenes were re-shot in Ayer Cut. The director gave him detailed information about his film.

The fan wrote:

“Who knows if some of those lines were reshoots or not.”

David Ayer responded to the fan:

“In my cut, the first scene is June Moon discovering and releasing Enchantress in a jungle location. The next scene is an extended assault on Arkham by Joker’s crew then he electroshocks Harley. There was more to the club and an argument between HQ and J in his car.”

Then, an internet hater brutally criticized Ayer Cut and claimed that ‘Ayer Cut’ is similar to the movie, which was released in 2016.

The hater said:

“So in ‘your cut’ we just get the same shit we didn’t like only more of it?”

The director said:

“I went through your portfolio you have a fantastic eye. When you are creative and our work in the world just know you will be attacked. It just comes with the territory. Be brave and make your truth anyway.”

He also tweeted:

“I’m just tired of everyone slapping each other around all the time. A tweet is not a moratorium on an individual’s life, soul, or journey. We can be kinder to each other.”

Check out the Twitter posts below.

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