Yesterday Cut showed an unpublished image of the Joker and Harley Quinn

Following confirmation of the Snyder Cut, David Ayer is campaigning for the Yesterday Cut on Suicide Squad to become a reality as well. Now he revealed an unpublished image of the Joker and Harley Quinn.

After the victory of Zack Snyder with League of Justice, many fans and himself David Yesterday They are campaigning to achieve the same with Suicide Squad. In this way, they are trying to get the Cut yesterday if I can see the light. Meanwhile, the director keeps revealing details of his version and also unpublished images. This time it was the Joker and Harley Quinn.

Although the photography does not have the expected quality and at first glance it does not seem entirely revealing, according to the comments of many fans and CBM the image below could be proof that the end of Suicide Squad was very different from the one that arrived in theaters . In remembrance, at the end of the film, Harley Quinn is rescued by the Joker from the maximum security prison where the entire suicide squad is held. In this case, the ending indicates a happy ending in which the two continue their relationship. Something that is later announced as finite in Birds of Prey.

An image that reveals changes?

However, previously David Yesterday has revealed that in its original version, that is, the Cut yesterdayTowards the end, the crime clown tries to make an alliance with Enchantress that contemplates Harley Quinn within the equation, something that she rejects to stay with her new family of anti-heroes, which completely infuriates the Joker. The image shows the same prison scene, but with a different connotation. In this one, instead of the Joker going to rescue the character played by Margot Robbie, he would rather go in search of revenge for his previous rejection.

There are many theories and assumptions that revolve around the call Cut yesterday of Suicide Squad. Fans are halfway in the search for Warner to agree to mount the film again with the command of David Yesterday to show the world his true vision of history.

For the moment, the director confirmed that such a version exists and that many of his original ideas were stolen in the theaters, including the true conception of the Joker character played by Jared Leto. Something that the actor supports and would like to re-play the Clown.

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