The Suicide Squad director confirmed his involvement in the new project by sharing some Gotham City Sirens art.
Ayer will take the reins on Gotham City Sirens, Warner Bros.' all-female DC villains film featuring Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn.
The "Suicide Squad: Extended Cut" gives fans 11-minutes of footage that didn't make it into the film's theatrical release.
Adding another $10.1 million to its coffers in its sixth weekend of release, the Warner Bros. film passes the $700 million mark worldwide.
The "Fury" star and director David Ayer nearly reunited on the DC blockbuster, but the studio didn't want his brand of 'crazy' in the mix.
David Ayer took to Twitter to thank fans for financially supporting the latest DC Films movie and celebrate its box office success.
Jai Courtney's character from "Suicide Squad" is big fan of "My Little Pony," making him a Brony, confirms David Ayer.
South African duo Die Antwoord is suggesting that director David Ayer heavily plagiarized their style for "Suicide Squad."
Director David Ayer revealed where the Joker's "damaged" tattoo originated, why he "explicitly asked for Batman" and more.
"Suicide Squad" is already a major box office success, and here are the ways the movie makes a major impact on WB's DC Films franchise.
The Warner Bros. earned $132 million internationally, set a new box office record for an August debut.
The Warner Bros. film saw a 41% drop between Friday and Saturday, but still managed to shatter the August record for a U.S. debut.
Defying critics AND expectations, the Warner Bros. film could rake in as much as $150 million this weekend at the U.S. box office.
As Margot Robbie and David Ayer reveal, Harley Quinn's look draws from the New 52 and 70's music icon Debbie Harry.
David Ayer explained that "the released movie is my cut" and, while the deleted scenes may make it onto the Blu-ray, there would be no director's cut.
"You know, I just don't think they like superhero movies," Cara Delevingne said in response, adding that the critics have been "absolutely horrific."
The Marvel Comics icon breaks down why he thinks the phrase "F you" is actually a "compliment of the highest order."