David Ayer Regrets Some Things, But Not ‘Suicide Squad’

David Ayer Regrets Some Things, But Not ‘Suicide Squad’

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Despite fairly a number of detrimental critiques, Warner’s Suicide Squad nonetheless made some huge cash and received an Oscar (severely). It was additionally profitable sufficient to spur rumors about a sequel and spin-offs like a Joker and Harley Quinn film, a Harley standalone film, and Gotham City Sirens. The final of these should be directed by David Ayer, who not too long ago exited the Scarface reboot however has been maintaining busy re-teaming with Will Smith for Netflix’s Bright.

There’s been no official announcement of Ayer directing one other DC film. Does that imply he didn’t just like the expertise? Apparently not, as Ayer defined on Twitter when requested if he regrets directing Suicide Squad or regrets working with Warner:

“Not for a second. Not for one second. I got to work with amazing people. It won an Oscar, did incredible business. Launched a franchise and spinoff. And like it or not it’s halfway to cult status. I grew as a person, grew creatively. Warners took a chance on me. I’m grateful.”

This jibes with how Ayer responded when the primary Suicide Squad critiques began rolling in and he tweeted an Emiliano Zapata quote which interprets as, “I’d prefer to die standing than to live always on my knees” then adopted up by explaining, “Zapata quote is my way of saying I love the movie and believe in it. Made it for the fans. Best experience of my life.”

So whereas Ayer has expressed some regrets in regards to the particulars surrounding Suicide Squad — saying he reduce out too many Joker scenes and ought to have made Joker the primary villain — he doesn’t remorse making the movie or working with Warner. And who is aware of? Maybe he’ll agree with Jared Leto that there have been sufficient Joker scenes for their very own film and he’ll make the all-Joker film we don’t essentially need but can’t resist watching. The our bodies, the ground, hitting it.

(Via David Ayer)



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