Suicide Squad Director Reveals Its Deleted Ties to Justice League

Suicide Squad director David Ayer recently responded to a comment on Twitter about the machine Cara Delevingne's Enchantress was building at the end of the film, revealing that originally it had been intended to sync up with Justice League."It was supposed to be a boom tube as she was under control of a motherbox," Ayer wrote. Check out the tweet below…

It was supposed to be a boom tube as she was under control of a motherbox. All the Apokalypse elements were stripped out late in the game. The machine concept was an attempt to create a ticking clock and world threat. https://t.co/NTDRrAv4rx

— David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) December 28, 2019

Ayer continued: "All the Apokalypse elements were stripped out late in the game. The machine concept was an attempt to create a ticking clock and world threat."Last year, Ayer revealed that his Suicide Squad was originally supposed to include DC villain Steppenwolf. Here's Ayer's tweet from 2018…

This is right. Enchantress was under the control of a mother box and Steppenwolfe was prepping an invasion with a boom tube. Had to lose that then the JL story arcs evolved. https://t.co/pSAag9rpZq

— David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) November 25, 2018

Meanwhile, James Gunn's reboot, The Suicide Squad — due out August 6, 2021 — will draw on all past Suicide Squad teams for inspiration. Check out The Suicide Squad's massive cast here.Loading


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