David Ayer says that his film became a “comedy” because of Deadpool

Last week, after a remarkable turnaround in the movement in line “#ReleaseTheAyerCut”, the director of Suicide Squad, David Ayer, said that a version of yours of the film would be “easy to complete”. This news came immediately after Warner Bros. spend between $20 and $30 million dollars to complete the “Snyder Cut” of the Justice League, which as I mentioned will be launched at some point in 2021 through HBO Max.

David Yesterday he returned to Twitter this weekend, answering the questions of the fans about his court’s original Suicide Squad. Particularly, the option of turning it into a “comedy” after the mixed reception of Batman v Superman and the success at the box office Deadpool. See below:

This trailer nailed the tone and the intention of the film that I did. Methodical. In layers. Complex, beautiful and sad. After the reviews of VHL shocked the leadership at that time, and the success that was Deadpool – my pathetic drama became a ‘comedy’.

Yesterday was responding to a compliment regarding the teaser’s original Suicide Squad, explaining that it reflected accurately their vision of the film that it was “Methodical. In layers. Complex, beautiful and sad.”

In a tweet earlier Yesterday, he mentioned how it was assumed that the reshoots to correct the film for being “too dark” while praising the performances of Jared Leto and Margot Robbie…

Yesterday, shortly after, he praised Warner Bros. now tweeting that “The studio is in a great place today and for encouraging filmmakers to make their vision”…

In related news, the reboot of James Gunn Suicide Squad still continues with its scheduled date, since Gunn said that there is no reason for your film to be delayed due to the COVID-19, as they finished the filming earlier this year.