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David Ayer, who’s film Fury just hit theatres, already has another big project lined up and it’s none other than DC/WB’s big follow up to 2016’s Batman vs. Superman film, “Suicide Squad.”

In an interview with Empire Magazine, he described his vision saying, “I can say that it’s a Dirty Dozen with supervillains…” he then added, “Then I can ask the question, ‘Does a movie really need good guys?’”

Of comic book films, in general, he said, “I love the passion [comic-book fans] have for these characters and these worlds. I think there’s something incredible about the comic genre and technology has finally caught up with pen and ink to render these fantastic worlds in a way that feels believable and visceral to audiences. It’s a secular religion in that regards. The mythology that these characters represent – the idea of them as fallen gods on Earth – is intriguing to me. I can’t wait to start exploring those corridors.”

David Ayer’s vision of the Suicide Squad is slotted to hit theatres in August of 2016.

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