Suicide Squad Director Denies Cutting Jared Leto's Joker Screen Time Due to Dissatisfaction

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Suicide Squad Director Denies Cutting Jared Leto's Joker Screen Time Due to Dissatisfaction
David Ayer says reports of him cutting Jared Leto out of 2016's Suicide Squad are "inaccurate." Leto's Joker was the focal point of the promotional material for the team-up movie. However, when the project hit theaters, Leto was on screen for a mere 10 minutes, which left audiences confused. The actor took the Clown Prince of Crime in a new direction, which did not sit well with some DC fans, though they wish there would have been more of the character on the big screen to get a better feel of what Leto was trying to pull off.

A new report claims that Suicide Squad director David Ayer cut Jared Leto's Joker out of the movie due to unhappiness with the actor's performance by himself and the studio. A comic book fan reached out to Ayer on social media to get the truth since these quotes were coming from anonymous sources
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