Suicide Squad Director Says Jared Leto’s Joker Performance Was ‘Ripped Out’ The Film
Suicide Squad’s writer and director, David Ayer, has claimed that Jared Leto’s performance as The Joker in his movie was ‘ripped out’ of the film.
It seems as though David Ayer’s been pulling a bit of a Zack Snyder of late.
He’s been very vocal on Twitter about his Suicide Squad movie.
The writer and director has done things such as claim that his cut of the movie was going to be much darker than the one we got.
He’s also now revealed that Jared Leto’s performance as the Joker in the movie was, as he put it “ripped out” of it.
You can check out what Ayer said about Leto’s performance in his tweet below.
Turns out Jared Leto’s Joker performance was ‘ripped out’ of the film
Jared was pretty mistreated during this. No one has seen his performance. It was ripped out of the movie. https://t.co/gSOeyJjtyd
— David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) June 2, 2020
David Ayer’s words will probably bolster the cry for Warner Bros. Pictures to release his cut of Suicide Squad on HBO Max.
Here’s what Ayer revealed about Leto’s performance in Suicide Squad:
Jared was pretty mistreated during this. No one has seen his performance. It was ripped out of the movie.
This is a pretty big claim to make, and I’m sure that people will now be dying to get to see Ayer’s version of the movie.
They’ll want to see what the initial vision for Jared’s Joker was, as opposed to the awful performance we got in the theatrical version of the film.
What do you make of this news?
Would you have liked to have seen Jared Leto’s true performance as the Joker in Suicide Squad?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.