It must be pretty sore for a director to put months, sometimes years into a project only for it to be pilloried mercilessly.
Netflix dropped a new Bright trailer on Tuesday, showing off Will Smith in the midst of a street-level skirmish involving fantastical creatures and a glowing wand that’s also a wish-granting weapon of mass destruction.
Upcoming action fantasy from director David Ayer ('Suicide Squad') definitely isn't family-friendly.
Filmmaker posts enigmatic tweet with a photo of the much-loved villains. Could he be trying to tell us something?
Report claims filmmaker is off planned spin-off 'Gotham City Sirens,' which may have been scrapped in favour of Harley Quinn/Joker movie.
After reports of a shakeup in the DC Extended Universe that might keep David Ayer from directing 'Gotham City Sirens,' he tweets out a Harley Quinn drawing
'Scarface,' gangster movie remake with Diego Luna attached to star, will seek to replace 'Suicide Squad' director, whose take was said to be 'too dark'
David Ayer is in negotiations to direct Universal’s “Scarface” reimagining. Variety first reported that Antoine Fuqua left the director’s chair. Sources reveal that the studio is now very close to landing a new helmer. Diego Luna, who starred in “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” had been attached to play the role made famous by Al Pacino in Brian De... Read more »
‘The Girl on the Train’s breakout star Haley Bennett has been dropping some big hints that she may be about to step into the lethal heels of Batman anti-hero Catwoman. The speculation comes a few weeks after The Hollywood Reporter broke news that ‘Suicide Squad’ director David Ayer was to return to the DC Extended Universe to direct a film based on the ‘Gotham City Sirens’ series of comics.
Hindsight is a wonderful thing, especially if you’re film director David Ayer. The director surprisingly issued a fan with a detailed response over on Twitter, as the helmer openly discussed ‘Suicide Squad’ and cleared up his feelings on making it. While he thanked fans and insisted he tried his best to make something different, the interesting part is when he says what he perhaps should have done with Jared Leto’s The Joker.
Of the many possible permutations of Suicide Squad, will we only get one? Empire has an illuminating feature with writer-director David Ayer, where among other things (such as the backstory of The Joker’s “Damaged” tattoo), he suggests that the cut of Suicide Squad currently playing in theaters is the only cut that will see the light of day. Sources previously told The Hollywood Reporter that the film’s challenging production and worries from studio Warner Bros. resulted in multiple, competing cuts of the film.
Though media reports have suggested Warner Bros wants to add more humor to next DC film, especially after ultra-dark Batman v Superman, David Ayer on Twitter says that's not the case, as cast member Jai Courtney did last week