David Ayer’s Cut Of Suicide Squad May Be Released On HBO Max

Jared Leto as the Joker in Suicide Squad

It’s been rumoured that David Ayer’s cut of Suicide Squad could be released by Warner Bros. Pictures on HBO Max which would be interesting to see.

This rumour comes We Got This Covered’s sources who claim that Warner Bros. Pictures is looking to generate some buzz to draw in new subscribers.

They way they intend to do this is by offering an alternate version of Suicide Squad.

It was very well documented that the film that was released in cinemas wasn’t the film that David Ayer intended to make.

We’re now hearing a lot of rumours that Warner Bros. is actually thinking of releasing alternative versions of their comic book movies.

This means that we could end up getting the Snyder Cut of Justice League and Ayer’s cut of Suicide Squad.

However, many people think that Warner Bros. will never release the alternative cuts of these DC Comics movies.

David Ayer’s cut of Suicide Squad could be released on HBO Max

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Margot Robbie In Suicide Squad (Credit: Warner Bros.)

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I haven’t been the biggest fan many of these DC Comics movies.

atman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was OK, but Justice League and Suicide Squad were genuinely terrible.

I loved Wonder Woman and enjoyed Shazam!.

I also had a lot of fun watching Aquaman, but there are big issues with each of these movies.

Wonder Woman is great, but it’s ending is just a dark CGI mess, like all the other DC Comics movies.

Hopefully, we’re about to see things change with the likes of James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad and Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984.

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