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Canada Suicide Squad: David Ayer returns to the chaotic post-production of his film

14:50  30 july  2021
14:50  30 july  2021 Source:   allocine.fr

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Director David Ayer returned to the chaotic post-production of his "Squad suicide" of 2016, and confirms that Warner withdrew the film and that The version known by the public is not his own.

Suicide Squad : David Ayer revient sur la post-production chaotique de son film © 2016 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Suicide Squad: David Ayer returns to the chaotic post-production of his movie

The Suicide Squad has been released in theaters since yesterday in the French rooms and the author of the first movie, David Ayer , A Tweeted a long text returning to the difficulties he has encountered on the turning of her suicide Squad in 2016:

"I put my life in suicide squad" , tells David Ayer, "I made some Incredible thing. My version is a complex and moving trip of "poorly intentioned people" on which one ch ... e and reject (a theme that resonates in me). "

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The final assembly is that of the studio, not mine. Refer well. My montage is not the "Director's Cut" montage, which is a mature arrival version signed by Lee Smith [one of the editors] based on the incredible job of John Gilroy [Chef editor].

My Turn ... https://t.co/e5uumawvdp pic.twitter.com/ckr9kzegfd

- David Ayer (@davidayermovies) July 29, 2021

If Ayer has detailed that none of the circulating versions is Siena, however, he has teased to the public what it contains (even if he will never see it):

"[My version] is accompanied by the superb original strip of Steven Price, without any radio song from within. On the other hand, it has narrative arches of characters, incredible performance, a solid final resolution. If someone tells you that he saw him, he lies. "

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  Suicide Squad : David Ayer revient sur la post-production chaotique de son film © Agency / Bestimage

Fans had for a few years claimed an "Ayer Cut" of Suicide Squad as Zack Snyder had the opportunity to deliver his version of Justice League after the failure of that ended in his place by Joss Whedon . You have to go to the evidence, Ayer no longer seems to go out "his" suicide squad:

"I have never told my version of the story and I will never do it. I respect my contracts. I'm from the old school, it's like that. I'm silent and I suffer the tsunami critics, sometimes outrageously personal. Why? Because that's what I've always done in my life."

Some wondered why he had not gone or did not renounce the film at his exit, promoting them, he also answered them in his message: "After my children saw me come back every day the heart broken by the studio who had taken in hand the assembly? Who would I have been if I had resigned? "

Since his post, David Ayer has received the support of Jay Hernandez , who interpreted Diablo in the movie:

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When Art & Trade Marry The Relationship Can Be Tumultuous. KNOWING MUCH OF THIS MANS STRUGGLES & HOW MUCH HE TRLY CARES About The Art of Filmmaking It's Been Tough Watching This Saga Play Out. Always Love & Support for My Man @davidayermovies https://t.co/qnd08dmpo5

- Jay Hernandez (@Jay_Hernez) JULY 29, 2021

"The relationship between art and trade can be tumultuous. Knowing not knowing Evil of what this man has crossed, how much he feels about the art of cinema, it has been difficult to see how the saga took place. I send love and support to my friend. "

Cathy Yan , the director of Birds of Prey , is also coming to comment:

Happy You're Speaking The Truth, David.

- Cathy Yan (@Cathyyan) JULY 29, 2021

"Glad you say the truth, David".

Ayer finishes, greeting the whole team of the new DC franchise film directed by James Gunn , who also has testified his support . The Suicide Squad is currently in the rooms:

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