And here he is...
Jared Leto seems to have shared a little more on snapchat.
David Ayer seems to have developed a wicked Twitter habit.
More likely, someone smart in the publicity/marketing food chain at Warner Bros. encouraged him to develop a wicked Twitter habit to help stoke the frenzy around what it hardly a guaranteed slam dunk.
Sure, there are a number of things that the film has going for it, and in today's climate, the first non-Superman or Batman shot fired in the DC vs Marvel war is going to be closely scrutinized. And, yes, I know that "Suicide Squad" is at least Batman-adjacent and might, for all we know, end up featuring the world's greatest detective in a cameo or even a small supporting role. But it's not a "Batman movie" in the sense that he's the driving force of the film.