"Suicide Squad" director David Ayer did not turn a blind eye to those leaks on his set, he's just not that concerned about them. He may even have seen them as a welcome early PR boost for the 2016 Will Smith, Margot Robbie, Jared Leto film, especially since (he says) the big stuff is still under wraps.

Back on May 26, Ayer tweeted about heading to the streets to film some stunt scenes:

Toronto thanked him back by visiting the "Suicide Squad" set, taking tons of photos and videos, and floating them online. You may recall seeing the Joker, Harley Quinn photo, or the Batmobile chasing the Jokermobile around Toronto, or Batman crouching on the roof of the Joker's car. Ayer never posted anything while they leaks came out, but on May 31 he updated with this tweet:

So he hopes you liked that little peek behind the curtain because there will be no more -- unless he shares official updates, which he may do again. He was the one to share the first cast photo and look at the Joker, and he'll probably do more stuff like that in the interim before the movie comes out on August 5, 2016.

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