Suicide Squad director David Ayer went on to his official Twitter to explain a deleted scene of Jared Leto’s The Joker, after a fan tweeted that they’re still waiting for an explanation for a scene which was featured in many of the trailers for the movie, but was never shown in any of the cuts that were made available for the fans.
After Ayer went on to explain the scene, many fans have responded in shock that the moment was deleted from the movie, as they believe it would had added layers to the relationship between The Joker and Harley Quinn, while also given Harley a better overall story arch.
i’m still waiting for an explanation pic.twitter.com/9OHDebqqBO
— nikki (@brucesj0ker) March 24, 2018
After Joker dropped HQ from the help and crashed, Enchantress made a deal with him. He was going to take Harley home and be “King of Gotham” Harley stood up to him and refused to betray her new friends. The Squad turned on him and he escaped. https://t.co/unnOewEYBQ
— David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) March 24, 2018
The Suicide Squad is said to start production in October of this year, with Gavin O’Connor (Warrior, The Accountant) to write and direct the movie. No release date has been officially announced by Warner Bros.
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