David Ayer is speaking up about his 2016 directed movie Suicide Squad following the praise that James Gunn’s latest film is receiving.
David penned a note about directing the 2016 Suicide Squad in response to movie critic Tim Grierson’s tweet about watching James' version of the movie.
"Many times while watching the new movie, I thought, 'Yeah, David Ayer should just abandon the idea of that director's cut,' " Tim tweeted.
David responded with "My Turn," writing, "I put my life into Suicide Squad. I made something amazing. My cut is [an] intricate and emotional journey with some bad people who are [expletive] on and discarded (a theme that resonates in my soul)."
"The studio cut it [sic] not my movie," Ayer continued.
"Read that again. And my cut is not the 10 week director's cut—it's a fully mature edit by Lee Smith standing on the incredible work by John Gilroy. It's all Steven Price's brilliant score, with not a single radio song in the whole thing."
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