The moment of truth is here for DC’s much hyped bad-guy superhero flick Suicide Squad, and writer-director David Ayer knows it.

He told Entertainment Weekly as much when asked about the pressure he now faces, brought on by the dismal performance by DC’s original tent pole superhero flick Batman V Superman.

“Two years ago ¬Suicide Squad was a tertiary

[DC property]. No one knew anything about it. It was a cool little playground, and I was going to go make my movie,” David Ayer said in the interview.

“Now it’s like the hype bus. All of the attention has swung onto it, and it has to carry a lot more weight than it was ever intended to. I think it can sustain it. But it’s a lot of pressure. You definitely feel the pressure.”

You can read the article I posted on Inquisitr here:

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