Suicide Squad director David Ayer says fans they should demand the unreleased scenes of the movie from Warner Bros. and HBO Max.
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.
As a result of these events, a DC fan asked if there is a cut version of the Suicide Squad movie or not. The 52-year-old director said that the cut definitely exists and also suggested fans that they should demand AT&T and HBO Max for the cut version of the movie. He said:
“Cut definitely exists – you’ll need to ask ATT and HBO Max to let it see the sunlight.”
David Ayer always supports Snyder Cut, which is the cut of Justice Leauge, and said that the unreleased version of Suicide Squad was deserved a chance to show the world. But he also previously stated that Ayer’s Cut will never be released.
Check out the Twitter post below.
— David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) July 1, 2020