Suicide Squad actor, Jared Leto might have only vented his frustration over a bunch of deleted Joker scenes in the movie by saying, the deleted scenes alone could make a movie. On the other hand, a fan has decided to take this all to court.
As per the reports, a devoted fan has decided to proceed legal action against DC Comics and Warner Bros. later this week, claiming it is a case of "unjust false advertising", by not showing the scenes included in the trailers and teasers in the final version of the movie.
"Movie trailers are like food menus, they give you a preview of what you're gonna get. You look at a McDonald's menu and you choose to get your favourite burger, presented in a nice picture with pickles, chicken, mild cheese (your favourite, in fact that's the only reason you're getting this burger, because you love mild cheese)."
"You use your hard-worked money to pay for this burger, you get the burger, only to find out that this isn't the burger you ordered. Yes it has pickles and chicken but it doesn't have mild cheese, it has regular cheese." The fan said.
He also said that, he had driven 300 miles to London just to watch his favourite scenes which had been explicitly advertised in the teaser trailers and TV ads, but didn't appear in the final movie.