John Cena Wants WB To Release David Ayer’s Suicide Squad Cut

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John Cena has come out in support of David Ayer’s Suicide Squad cut and revealed that he believes that Warner Bros. should just release the movie.

He revealed this during an interview with Variety on The Suicide Squad’s red carpet.

A lot’s been said about David Ayer’s cut of the movie, especially recently since Ayer opened up about it.

He revealed via a letter he posted on Twitter that he will no longer be speaking about his cut of the movie publicly.

However, that doesn’t mean he won’t be pushing for it behind the scenes.

So, naturally, journalists are starting to ask everyone involved with James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad movie about David Ayer’s cut of the film.

John Cena would love to see WB release the David Ayer cut of Suicide Squad

Read more: Will Warner Bros Release David Ayer’s Cut Of Suicide Squad On HBO Max?

Here’s what John Cena had to say about Warner Bros. Pictures releasing the Ayer Cut of Suicide Squad:

You know I think it’s in a company’s best interest to listen to their audience, and if it’s something so in demand and they got it, why not? I really think them giving James creative freedom, and one of the things James does so well among the other stuff is he’s so active with his audience,” Cena said. “He’s interactive with the people that are diehards of the IP and know the material, so if you want to talk about somebody that knows their audience like they picked the right guy for this project in James Gunn, and I’m really happy to be a part of it.

What do you make of this news?

Do you agree with John Cena and think that WB should just release the David Ayer cut of Suicide Squad?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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