Suicide Squad: David Ayer confirmed a theory of Joker and Harley Quinn

On social media, David Ayer confirmed a fan theory regarding the Joker and Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad. Here we tell you everything you need to know!

We all know that this is not the first time that a DC Extended Universe movie has been cut in the editing room, causing possible additional plots to be left out of the end result. This time we talk about Suicide Squad and the #ReleaseTheAyerCut movement on Twitter, which supports an extended version that David Ayer intended to release, just as Zack Snyder is about to do with Justice League.

One of those possible deleted scenes from Suicide Squad sparked a theory among fans regarding footage from the shoot showing a woman dressed in red not appearing in the final movie. The theory indicates that Joker could dedicate himself to kidnapping women and dressing them in a similar way to Harley Quinn, and then killing them after verifying that they did not compare to Harley herself.

In addition, the user who has published the theory on Twitter points out that a chapter of the animated series ‘The New Adventures of Batman’ presents a similar plot in which he also kidnaps a woman with the intention of disguising her as Harley and does not end up convincing him either.

Theory is confirmed

The director himself has been the one who has confirmed the suspicions of the fans on his Twitter account with a clear and concise message: "It is not a lie." In this way, more information is known about what could have been the Suicide Squad movie that the American director had in mind.

Regarding his cut on this film, the truth is that there are more chances that it will not come to light. But in the meantime, fans continue to support the move for Warner Bros to finally release David Ayer's cut. And the director himself takes the opportunity to continue revealing some deleted scenes. | Movies, comics and series