Jared Leto Feels ‘Tricked’ into Suicide Squad

It’s been two weeks since Suicide Squad hit screens and the response has been interesting to say the least. What’s more interesting though is the story behind the film with reports of multiple versions and heavy studio interference rumoured. Weighing in on the controversy surrounding the film, Jared Leto has been discussing his feelings towards the final cut.

While making an appearance at Camp Mars, an event for fans of his band 30 Seconds To Mars, the Joker star has expressed his disappointment in what he knows of the theatrical cut having not yet seen it for himself. According to one fan who attended the event ‘He was very honest about the film… feeling sort of tricked into being a part of something that had been pitched to him very differently’

This was not the first time Leto has spoken out against the film having told BBC Radio 5live’s Edith Bowman ‘I think there’s probably enough footage in this film for a Joker movie’ before rather morbidly suggesting that ‘if I were to die tomorrow maybe the studio would roll something out.’

It seems the story behind Suicide Squad isn’t quite over yet, however with the film having already made nearly $500 million worldwide to date, it’s doubtful that Warner Bros will be too concerned with the response at this point.

More news as always, as we get it but you can check out Suicide Squad in all good and evil cinema’s and make your own mind up about the film and check out our review here.

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