Suicide Squad director David Ayer released another picture from the set of the film on his Twitter page.
However, it was not an official shot of the cast or crew. It was not an impressive picture of an iconic building or landmark that DC fans and critics are yearning to see in the highly-anticipated film.
No, this time around Ayer decided to share a picture of a bucket filled with glass that was apparently used during the current filming of the movie.
Ayer posted the picture on his official Twitter page Saturday with a simple caption: “Cleanup. Sometimes you have to break some glass.”
Clean up. Sometimes you have to break some glass. pic.twitter.com/j7D5vrcdZz
— David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) July 18, 2015
Observing what is inside the bucket leads to possible conclusions and speculation. For instance, there are apparently bullets mixed in with the shattered pieces of broken glass.
Therefore, this Suicide Squad photo could be the aftermath of a major shootout scene that David Ayer recently filmed or is currently filming.
Either way, the excitement and enthusiasm of Suicide Squad is still riding pretty high with many fans and critics – especially after the panel discussions and interviews about the movie which were conducted at San Diego Comic-Con.
— SuicideSquad Updates (@SSquadUpdates) July 20, 2015
So excite for Suicide Squad…
— Beth (@TheCatsEyeGlass) July 18, 2015
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, a major highlight of San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) was the premiere of the first official Suicide Squad trailer.
After it was leaked without permission, the impressive trailer was officially released by Warner Brothers – and it has impressed excited fans and formerly skeptical critics alike ever since.
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) July 14, 2015
Can we talk about the Suicide Squad trailer. Ugh I cant wait until August 2016
— v misses ptx [CF] (@PanicAtTheSivan) July 20, 2015
Suicide Squad is probably going to be the best movie ever made
— Tyler Morris (@tylermorris232) July 20, 2015
I just saw the #SuicideSquad trailer and I died of every bodily disfunction possible someone hold me
— 16 and nøt pregnant (@LukeMaurer4) July 20, 2015
Chances are that David Ayer will continue to stimulate the appetite of the film’s fans via social media until the film officially wraps production.
Therefore, Suicide Squad fans will continue to dissect and closely examine every single “clue” that he releases – even if it is just another bucket of broken glass.
[Image Credit: David Ayer Twitter]