Director David Ayer Insists 'Suicide Squad' Surprises Are Intact
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The director assured fans that 'Suicide Squad' surprises were intact, saying the recent scenes filmed on the street were just tiny glimpses.

AceShowbiz - There have been numerous photos and videos from the set of "Suicide Squad" which revealed parts of the movie. However, director David Ayer assured fans via Twitter, on Sunday, May 31, that there would still be a lot of surprises in the movie.

Ayer insisted that the scenes filmed on the street such as a chase scene between %cMargot Robbie%'s Harley Quinn and %cJared Leto%'s the Joker and a fight between Batman and the Joker were only small parts of the movie. "Well we survived the streets. Time to go dark now. Remember, only the tiniest glimpse has been exposed. Our surprises are intact," Ayer wrote on Twitter.

It can also be an indication that the filming on the streets of Toronto has ended. Sources said that the rest of the shoot would take place in studio, away from public attention. This news might satisfy fans who have complained that too much scenes have been spoiled because of the public filming.

Robbie and Leto are joined in the cast by the likes of %cWill Smith% (Deadshot), %cJai Courtney% (Captain Boomerang), %cCara Delevingne% (Enchantress), %cJoel Kinnaman% (Rick Flagg), %cViola Davis% (Amanda Waller), %cAdewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje% (Killer Croc), %cAdam Beach% (Slipknot) and %cIke Barinholtz%, whose role is still unknown.

"Suicide Squad" centers on DC Comic supervillains who are recruited by the government to perform black operation in order to gain redemption. Charles Roven and Richard Suckle are producing while Ayer and Justin Marks write the screenplay. It will open in U.S. theaters on August 5, 2016.

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