David Ayer, the director of Suicide Squad, previously stated that the studio interfered with his cut of the film and that his version is better. He recently doubled down on these comments in a tweet, saying that the movie was “fundamentally changed” and that his cut is “vastly better.” This statement comes after the merger of Warner Bros. and Discovery was completed, resulting in a major overhaul of the company. As part of this overhaul, a number of films and TV shows were canceled to save money and reduce taxes. In light of these changes, newly appointed CEO David Zaslav announced ambitious plans for the company, including appointing a top executive to run the DC Studios arm. He fulfilled this promise by establishing James Gunn and Peter Safran as co-CEOs of the subdivision.
The director of Suicide Squad, David Ayer, has teased that his cut of the film was “vastly better” than the final version. Read More