Recently, singer-actor Jared Leto revealed that many scenes involving The Joker were cut out from “Suicide Squad” as David Ayer and John Gilroy thought that the scenes weren’t relevant to the film.

During the film’s press tour, the 30 Seconds to Mars singer sat down to talk to BBC Radio 1 and he opened up about his favourite scenes in the film that was cut out “quite a bit”.

Suicide Squad Empire Magazine Cover - Jared Leto as The Joker
Source: Empire

Jared said that being Mr. J is his “favourite work he’s ever done in a movie”, claiming that the deleted scenes have enough material for a whole film.

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“I think that I brought so much to the table in every scene that it was probably more about filtering all of the insanity, because I wanted to give a lot of options, and I think there’s probably enough footage in this film for a Joker movie,” he said.

He also mentioned that he tried to push Ayer for an R-rating during production, saying that “if a film was ever going to be rated R, it should be the one about the villains”.

When asked about his chemistry with Margot Robbie, he said, “It’s pretty easy to have chemistry with Margot Robbie, she was really great and patience, which you have to be when The Joker is around. She’s the perfect partner in crime”. 

Suicide Squad on Empire Magazine Joker
Source: Empire

For fans who want to see those deleted scenes being brought to daylight, it was reported that the deleted scenes will be included in the Blu-ray 😉

If you haven’t watch the movie yet, here’s our spoiler-free review and some fun facts to prep you for it.

“Suicide Squad” was released in Malaysia on 4th August and is currently available at all major cinemas.

For more info, visit the movie’s official website and Facebook page.

Source: Screen Rant.

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