Suicide Squad: James Gunn Supports Editing by Director David Ayer

After the confirmation of the Snyder Cut, much was said about David Ayer having his own Suicide Squad cut. With a reboot on the way to the same story, James Gunn was asked what he thinks.

Since Warner announced that it will finally release the montage of Zack Snyder of League of Justice, many DC fans wonder if the same will happen with the version of Suicide Squad of David Ayer. And clearly, the director is delighted with the proposal. Given this possibility, some users wanted to ask James Gunn what do you think about this fact, considering that he directed a new tape.

Although it did not do anything wrong at the box office, the film was so badly received by critics and fans that for the sequel another director, James Gunn, was hired. The Suicide Squad, repeat with Margot Robbie, Viola Davis, Joel Kinnaman and Jai Courtney, they are the only ones that retake their characters. They have joined the cast Idris Elba, Taika Waititi, John Cena and Nathan Fillion among others. Filming was completed before the coronavirus crisis and the editing is being finished by the director himself from home. When a Twitter user has asked the director if he thinks David Ayer's montage "would it undermine his movie, would it help generate interest, or would it not have any effect at all?" Gunn has quickly come out in support of his fellow professional:

"It would be fine if David Ayer and Warner want to release it. I would have no problem".

David Ayer's response

In 2017, David Ayer defended his version of Suicide Squad, ensuring that what we saw in the cinema was exactly what he intended to do. The Suicide Squad will hit theaters on August 6, 2021.

Although there has not always been a good relationship between these two directors on social networks, Yesterday wanted to thank James Gunn for their support: “James, I really appreciate this, regardless of how this madness unfolds. You are a good person and I am not lying: I cannot wait to see what you do with the characters, you are a master of cinema ”.

For his part, the new director of the second installment of Suicide Squad replied: "The feeling is mutual."

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