‘Suicide Squad’ Uncut Leaked: New Jared Leto As Joker Footage Shown
Since film critics began ripping apart “Suicide Squad” and it’s cast Jared Leto (Joker), Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn) and many more others with their reviews and opinions, fans have been puzzled if the mistake lies in David Ayer’s direction or Warner Bros. intrusion in the making.Advertisement
In a recent report, it was confirmed that Warner Bros. did cut many sequences before releasing the final theatrical cut of “Suicide Squad.” Since then, fans have been disappointed that the studio repeated the same mistake that occurred with “Batman v Superman.”
On Thursday, a tweet also confirmed that some of Jared Leto’s Joker scenes were cut from the movie. Furthermore, the possibility of fans expecting the release of an uncut version is currently not under discussion by Warner Bros.
Fortunately, it looks like a paparazzi was able to capture behind-the-scenes footage of Joker and Harley Quinn scene that was removed from the theatrical cut. A video courtesy of Reddit surfaced.
The footage shows a long conversation between Dr.Harleen and The Joker which eventually leads to a chaotic confrontation between them. Fans can also see Leto’s mesmerizing acting as The Joker while he’s speaking his dialogues with Margot Robbie.
Most of the DCEU fans have been awestruck by Jared Leto’s jaw dropping performance. One fan has also started a petition, requesting Warner Bros. to release the uncut version of “Suicide Squad” movie.
It is still unclear which sequences were cut from “Suicide Squad.” Fortunately, fans can watch the movie this Friday (today). In other news, a fan- made short movie reveals the comical NSFW version of Joker in visuals. The R Rated movie has been gaining a lot of traction. Click here to check it out.
Fans can also check out the leaked post-credit scene from the “Suicide Squad” movie.
Video courtesy of Reddit:
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