David Ayer confirms fan theory about Suicide Squad

Suicide Squad manager David Ayer took to his Twitter on December 8 and confirmed a fan theory about the 2016 film.

Suicide Squad tells the story of a secret government agency that recruits imprisoned super criminals, including Deadshot (Will Smith), Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), Captain Boomerang, Killer Croc, and other prisoners.

Their goal is to carry out menacing black missions and try to save the universe in exchange for reduced sentences. Throughout the movie, things take a turn for the worse after the Joker (Jared Leto) comes up with his evil plan.

In the original tweet, the fan responded to Twitter user @theayercut’s theory about how Batman might get a CGI out of the scene where the Joker is trying to get out of Arkham and doing a finger shake. @cyber10mark explained as they started the movie, Joker’s finger was waving towards Johnny Frost (Jim Parrack) to stop him from killing Harley Quinn.

Ayer confirmed @cyber10mark’s tweet by reposting the comment and writing “Yes.” Since the film was released in 2016, the director has found subtle clues about certain things in the film over the years. Despite the worldwide success of Suicide Squad, which grossed $746 million, Ayer has said that he was not satisfied with the theatrical version of the film.

Last month, Ayer hinted that he can drop his version belong to Suicide Squad on streaming by reposting a video of the film’s star Jared Leto saying he should release his edited version. In the tweet, Ayer wrote, “What exactly is streaming for. If you own IP and you have a duty to monetize IP from your shareholders then that is exactly what you do. “No additional details regarding Ayer’s edited version have been released despite the tweet.

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