The Ayer Cut of Suicide Squad gets an endorsement from Jared Leto
By Ray Ampoloquio November 22, 2021
It's been five years since David Ayer's Suicide Squad premiered back in 2016.
While the film was a commercial success, it was critically panned and generally considered a disaster.
However, this hasn't stopped the film's director, David Ayer, and Jared Leto, from defending the movie.
Both Leto and Ayer have claimed over the years that "they" shot a drastically different film that never made it to the final cut.
Thus, the hashtag of #AyerCut was born, and it appears that Leto wants to see it happen.
In a quick interview with Variety, Leto said that streaming services are exactly what the #AyerCut is for.
David Ayer later backed up Leto's statement and agreed that the least Warner Bros. can do is to release the #AyerCut on HBO Max.
It remains to be seen if the Ayer Cut of Suicide Squad will ever make it to HBO Max, but if it does, we wouldn't be surprised.
After James Gunn's The Suicide Squad flopped at the global box office, the least that Warner Bros. can do is give fans a chance to see Ayer's full vision for Suicide Squad in action.