The filmmaker of the film released in 2016 has not stopped defending his project on social networks.
No one would like to be in David's skin yesterday. The director of the 2016 Suicide Squad has had to see how Warner Bros. called James Gunn to make his own version of the antihero team after the film was not well received in the world of criticism - at the box office he didn't It was not bad.
That has not been the only thing the filmmaker has had to endure. With the announcement of the new project, many social media users have spoken badly about the tape starring Margot Robbie and Will Smith and the truth is that Yesterday has never been afraid to answer them. Very politely, yes. This week, a Twitter user published a manifesto in favor of Yesterday: "He made an incredible version and now it's time for Gunn to shine. Please, don't attack either of them, they do what they see well and they do it in style ".
To this comment, Yesterday replied: "Exactly! DC has been blessed to have James Gunn and I already have my popcorn ready."
Days before, the director had answered David Ehrlich, an Indiewire film critic who did not understand why people were excited about a sequel to a "piece of honey" that literally all the people on Earth hated with passion ten minutes after it premiered. " The director replied: "I understand the nature of your work and the need to criticize. But many people devoted blood, sweat, and tears to make the original film. It is incredibly painful for two years of your work to be criticized in that way."
This week the names of the cast of the new Suicide Squad were confirmed, which is scheduled to premiere on August 6, 2021.