It isn't going well for Suicide Squad.
The reviews are pretty scathing, with some saying it's worse than the famous flop Fantastic Four.
Jared Leto has even personally distanced himself from the film saying 'I haven't seen the film and I'm in the film so little that that really has not very much to do with me.'
When asked about what scenes were cut from the movie Leto replied, 'Were there any that didn't get cut?'
There has been a lot of hype surrounding his performance, because of his method style, and there was plenty of Joker shown to us in the many, many, many, many, many (you get it) promo trailers.
Turns out he's got about fifteen minutes of screen time.
Someone has even threatened to sue over it, since he travelled to London from Scotland to watch the film, largely, he claims, on the basis of the Joker character's scenes in the one of trailers, which weren't even in the movie.
We're going to go out on a limb here, but we're pretty sure there are Cinemas in Scotland…could be wrong though.
He believes that this is false advertising and compares it to ordering food from a menu and getting a different meal entirely.
Well, this isn't even it, Suicide Squad can't seem to catch a break.
It's most recent attack comes from the terrifyingly cool South African duo Die Antwoord.
Yolani Visser of Die Antwoord posted a video with a long caption yesterday detailing and explaining how Suicide Squad's director, David Ayer, totally 'Jocked' their style.
She explains how Ayer even called them before to discuss style but did not fully request to use 'their' aesthetic.
The video shows some of the most obvious examples of this, which don't seem to be unfounded.
She then goes on to discuss how Ninja (the other half of Die Antwoord) had to 'sit thru dat hole bullshit movie' and couldn't even have a go at Ayer because he had their child with him.
Visser mentions Kanye too, which is either a reference to the phone-call/ pretending to get permission for the lyrics of 'Famous' situation, or about this video of Ninja discussing a visit he took to Kanye's house in which everyone was white, he interrupted Ninja to show him some porn and then they ate some banana cake Kim K made.
Cara Delevigne and Jared Leto have even reportedly said to Visser that Ayer was talking about Die Antwoord on set a lot.
Apparently there were even talks to see a spin-off of the Harley Quinn and Joker characters, but that seems unlikely now.
If they did, it would probably be career suicide for Ayers (sorry, had to).