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Suicide Squad Director Cut: Is It Happening ? Could It Redeem Jared Leto’s ‘Joker’ ?


David Mudd

Suicide Squad Director cut is basically the valuable point to show up things. When it comes to superheroes, DC and Marvel have always been at logger’s heads. We have seen some amazing superheroes from both sides over the years. However, Marvel has managed to come out on top and has beaten DC straight up. To regain its reputation on the big screen, DC will have to make up a lot of lost ground.

Suicide Squad Director Managed

With “The Avengers”, Marvel has managed to bring their entire universe of superheroes to a common platform. However, DC works for a wide audience with his movies. DC managed to try something different with the Suicide Squad.’ However, they failed miserably at the box office.

The film failed at the box office and DC had to deal with severe criticism from all ends. But DC is trying to tie up loose ends by announcing major projects. After the ‘Justice League’ too failed at the Box Office, DC is all set to release the Zack Snyder Cut of Justice League.

Director Managed
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Cut Of Suicide Squad Director

After DC announced the Suicide Squad Director cuts, fans also demanded the release of the director’s suicide squad. However, director David Ayer has no intention of releasing the director’s cut. In an interview, Ayer said that though he wants to release the director’s cut, he can’t. Though he wishes the cut would happen, he doesn’t think it will in light of recent events.

Source: BBC

Redeem Jared Leto’s ‘Joker’?

After Heath Ledger, Jared Leto was tasked with portraying the iconic DC villain on the big screen. Leto was cast as ‘Joker’ in Suicide Squad and did a great job. Though brief, his role convinced the audience that Leto could be perfect as the next Joker. However, many people thought that the Suicide Squad did not do justice to the character. Many felt that Jared Leto was ripped as Joker and wanted more screen time for the DC villain.

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Source: BBC