Despite the fact that we are still a couple more weeks away from the Suicide Squad movie hitting the big screen, talk has already turned to where we will see the DC characters popping up next, as well as the possibility of a Suicide Squad sequel. It is fair to say that the Suicide Squad film is going to be a huge success at the box office, so a sequel will most likely be made, so let's just hope it is a critical success too.
Director David Ayer was very excited about making Suicide Squad and he had admitted that he had a great time shooting the film and had a lot of fun with the cast they managed to bring together. In fact, David enjoyed it so much so that he has admitted that he would be on board to direct the Suicide Squad sequel.
Ayer explained, "'Look, it's definitely the devil's candy. I love high-stakes situations and I love the movie family we put together. I love this cast and I really love the world. I think it would be a lot of fun.''
Meanwhile, David Ayer also went on to talk about the lessons her learnt from the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie, revealing how they decided to do some big audience testing. David says that he finds the feedback of the audience is very important and goes a long way to helping to make a very good movie.
Ayer added, "I think the institutional lesson of 'Batman V Superman' was, you have to put the film up for a large audience and see how it plays. I got the opportunity to do that a few times. I'm a big believer in audience testing. You have to listen to the audience. I think it really made the film a lot better."
Suicide Squad is set to hit the big screen on August 5 in both the US and the UK.