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Aug 14, 2016 03:59 AM EDT

Jared Leto Felt Bad on Joker’s Heavy Deleted Scenes in ‘Suicide Squad’ Movie? [RUMORS]


'Suicide Squad' movie is known globally due to the heavy criticisms received by the viewers of the film. Recently, there is a list circulating in the internet enumerating all the deleted scenes in the movie where most scenes involved Joker as played by Jared Leto which probably causes an outrage from the actor.

'Suicide Squad' movie landed as a box office hit in the month of August. But the movie did not escape negative criticisms where some viewers tagging the movie as bad as Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. While the cast and crew are celebrating over the success of the movie, some fans left the theater with a feeling of emptiness inside.  

There is rumored extreme studio interference between Warner Bro's and the director of the movie, David Ayer. According to Screen Rant, the meddling of Warner Bro's during the shooting resulted to alternate cuts made in the movie and most of the cuts are the scenes of Joker (played by Jared Leto). Speculations are, Jared Leto felt bad about the cuts most especially when he said playing Joker was his most "favorite work he's ever done in the movie."

Leto has been very local about the cuts made in the movie. According to Slash Film, Leto said that he Joker's appearance in the original script of the movie is enough to make the entire movie called "Joker's Film". In his desire to bring so much in the film, Leto speculated that removing the materials is all about filtering the insanity of Joker. Leto also stressed out how disappointing the filming was. Like for example, a scene was shot in seven minutes but only ten seconds of the shot will be taken for the film. Introducing seven major characters in one film exacerbated the complexity of the movie.

Amidst all these speculations, the director of the movie David Ayer confirmed the existence of the deleted scenes but denied that they have been overpowered by some studio-supervised edit.

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