Zack Snyder Directed Scene in ‘Suicide Squad’ Because He and the DC Extended Universe Have an Intense Soul Bond

Suicide Squad, the most overhyped movie in the universe, is the first movie in the DC Extended Universe not directed by Zack Snyder, except for one part. Since I’m tired of hearing about Suicide Squad‘s actual director masturbate about how cool Jared Leto is, I’m down to just pretend he did all of it.

Snyder was an executive producer on the flick, and got his hands dirty directing the flashback showing how Jai Courtney’s Captain Boomerang was captured. This had a great little cameo from Ezra Miller as The Flash. How’s about that?

Turns out it was more a question of convenience that Zack Snyder and DC’s soul bond, though. Or maybe that’s just what they want you to think. The dude has recently done Man of Steel, Batman v Superman, and Dawn of Justice. The soul bond is real.

According to Collider, the scene was shot in London during post-production, so it just made sense for Zack Snyder to bang it out on the set of Justice League, which was being filmed at the time, rather than have Ezra Miller fly all the way to LA to do one goddamn scene.

Movies is magic.

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