Suicide Squad Director Says James Gunn Supports Release Of His Version

For years now, Suicide Squad director David Ayer has distanced himself from the version of the movie that Warner Bros. released in 2016, saying he had other plans before studio executives made changes. Ayer has maintained that his version is superior, and now the director has suggested an “Ayer cut” might see the light of day now that James Gunn is a co-head of DC Studios.

Writing on Twitter, Ayer said, “Have you ever had an experience in life that didn’t until the way you wanted, that dragged you, that made you rethink everything? I have.” He added: “All I know is my unseen film plays much better than the studio release.”

Ayer went on to say he believes there is a “real and organic” interest in seeing his cut of Suicide Squad be released one day. The director added that Gunn himself told him that the Ayer cut “would have its time to be shared,” but it might not happen soon. Ayer said he doesn’t want any drama about his 2016 film to take away from what Gunn and Peter Safran are trying to achieve at DC Studios going forward.

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