Gavin O`Connor (“Warrior”) spoke about the reasons his version of David Eyre‘s “Suicide Squad” sequel never saw the light of day. The production designer handled the project before Warner Bros. brought in James Gunn, who rebooted many elements of the past picture.
According to O’Connor, the studio initially wanted to see a more serious film, which the author agreed to. The director added that the studio‘s bosses knew about his plans because everyone had talked about it beforehand.
O’Connor does not imagine a situation in which the authors would have scripted the tape without first describing the story for the studio. Warner Bros.
seemed to be fine with everything, but when the screenwriter was in the final stages of working on the story, DC Films changed management. And the new employees wanted the film to become a comedy.
And I said, “I don‘t write comedy. ” That is, the movie was fascinating, but didn’t present a stream of jokes.
And the new bosses wanted a different movie compared to the one I was writing. Gavin O‘Connor also revealed that he hasn’t seen James Gunn‘s version and isn’t going to — the same goes for other comic book films, as this direction is simply not of interest to the author.
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