DC Films’ Suicide Squad was one of the highest grossing movies of 2016, making a whopping $745.6 million worldwide. Despite the commercial success, the film received negative reviews from critics and polarized fans. Common complaints include the messy script, unfocused storyline, and the horrible Enchantress.
Now that the movie has come and gone, what does writer-director David Ayer think? Replying to a fan on Twitter, Ayer acknowledged the controversy that Suicide Squad spawned, while also addressing the negative reviews, the movie’s flaws, and more.
Most interestingly, Ayer reflects on what he would have done differently if he went back in time and made the movie all over again. He says that he would have The Joker the main antagonist, instead of Enchantress. Also, he would have created a more grounded storyline. You can read Ayer’s full comments below.
— David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) January 21, 2017
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