everything you need to know about david ayer's suicide squad

everything you need to know about david ayer's suicide squad

David Ayer's Suicide Squad

This site is designed to be a trove of information on the director’s cut of Suicide Squad (2016). After the success of Zack Snyder’s Justice League being taken up by HBO Max, a large number of the same fans decided to keep the fight for artistic integrity and original director’s vision. Suicide Squad was written and directed by David Ayer (Fury, End of Watch), in conjunction with Zack Snyder to ensure continuity between all the DC films, including Zack Snyder’s Justice League. What we saw diverged from the larger vision, and the strory arc was dismantled by the studio following poor critical reviews of the cuts that the studios had a big hand in releasing.

We are asking for a restoration of the full story arc, including Zack Snyder’s Justice League, and the David Ayer cut of Suicide Squad we know exists in an almost-finished form. Both the director’s cut and the theatrical cut were seen by test audiences at the same time. It exists, it is deeper and darker, it coheres to Zack Snyder’s vision, and we would very much like HBO Max to show it as they will be doing with the Snyder Cut.

The First Trailer Most Accurate?

This trailer was first leaked from ComicCon on 23 July 2016.

It is considered to have the closest tone to director David Ayer’s original cut, and contains many scenes which didn’t make the theatrical cut when it released on 5 Aug 2016. Many fans were upset that they didn’t get the movie they were sold in the trailer. David’s darker, more somber version.

This site is dedicated to the fight to finally bring David Ayer’s original version to light.

America's VetDogs Charity

The #ReleaseTheAyerCut movement, and also this site, is working to raise money for America’s VetDogs.

Their mission is to help those who have served the USA honorably live with dignity and independence.
The service dog programs of America’s VetDogs® were created to provide enhanced mobility and renewed independence to United States veterans, active-duty service members, and first responders with disabilities, allowing them to once again live with pride and self-reliance.  Not only does a service dog provide support with daily activities, it provides the motivation to tackle every day challenges.  

VetDogs trains and places service dogs for those with physical disabilities; guide dogs for individuals who are blind or have low vision; service dogs to help mitigate the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder; and facility dogs as part of the rehabilitation process in military and VA hospitals.
Please support the charity by purchasing a tee-shirt at the link below or click here to visit the site.