“Suicide Squad” is probably one of the most highly anticipated movies this year by DC fans and film lovers alike. With a fantastic cast line-up of Will Smith, Margot Robbie, and Jared Leto, it’s easy to see why so many people have such high expectations for it.
With expectations this great, Warner Bros. must be feeling the stress because they will be investing millions of dollars to reshoot dozens of scenes to make the film funnier.
When we watched the latest trailer for the film, we all loved it didn’t we? It was dark, funny, and sarcastic. According to Birth.Movie.Death, an insider said that all the joke scenes in the movie were not in the original script.
This means director David Ayer initially made the movie more serious.
After critics described “Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice” as too serious with zero sense of humour and lack of interactions between the lead characters (like Superman and Wonder Woman), Warner. Bros decided to add in some like humour. Guess maybe they are trying to use the Marvel approach?
This decision made by the production studio has received mixed reactions from critics. Some are concerned that the additional humour may ruin the movie’s essence while others are excited to see goofier interactions between the characters.
Watch the trailer below:
But not to worry! Despite the reshoots, “Suicide Squad” is still set to be released on 5th August 2016.
What do think about the reshooting of the scenes in the movie? Was it absolutely necessary? Let us know in the comment box below! :)