Director David Ayer regrets giving Joker some of his tattoos in Suicide Squad.
David Ayer posted the very first picture of Shia LaBeouf from his upcoming The Tax Collector movie.
Director David Ayer offers fans an explanation for that infamous Joker scene that was ultimate cut from the movie but shown in all the trailers.
Director David Ayer is still agonizing over the decision to limit Jared Leto's runtime as The Joker in Suicide Squad.
Jai Courtney describes director David Ayer as 'psychotic,' while offering high praise for his work in the superhero adventure Suicide Squad.
Director David Ayer showcases the first slate used on the Toronto set of Warner Bros.' comic book adaptation Suicide Squad.
Director David Ayer teases that 'something will happen tomorrow' on his Twitter page for his upcoming Suicide Squad movie.
Director David Ayer asks fans how close he should stick to the DC Comics canon when it comes to the Suicide Squad movie.
Director David Ayer offers another look at his desk, hinting at the future of Suicide Squad and its inspiration.
Director David Ayer invites fans to look at his workspace, with a new photo that shows off a storyboard panel and the script.
Fury director David Ayer is Warner Bros. top choice to direct the DC Comics adaptation Suicide Squad, which Justin Marks is writing.
Shia LaBeouf, Logan Lerman, Michael Pena and Jon Bernthal are featured in these images from director David Ayer's World War II drama.
Production began September 30th on this upcoming World War II drama. Brad Pitt co-stars as part of an American tank crew.
Logan Lerman, Michael Pena and Jon Bernthal are also featured in this first look at David Ayer's war drama.
QED International is producing this drama set at the end of World War II, centering on an American tank crew battling Nazi soldiers.
This World War II action drama centers on a five-man American tank crew that helped defeat the Nazi regime in 1945.
Acclaimed director David Ayer brings his eye for Los Angeles street crime to this drama starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena.
Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Pena, and Anna Kendrick star in David Ayer's L.A. police drama.
The Training Day scribe has been brought on to draft a new version of the gangster classic for Universal Pictures.
David Ayer to write and direct the gritty cop drama that follows the friendship between longtime partners.