D.C. Comics' critically-panned Suicide Squad film was released alongside August 5 alongside a soundtrack that features tracks by Grimes, Skrillex, and Lil' Wayne among others. Producer Boots has revealed that he was asked to provide music for the film itself but turned it down. According to his tweets, Boots did make some music for a Suicide Squad trailer but declined to take things further after seeing footage from the movie.
See his tweets below:
I scored a version of a Suicide Squad trailer earlier this year. it was dope but I had a feeling they were going to go pop music route— BOOTS (@B00TS) August 5, 2016
saw a cut of it & was asked to do score in film. after seeing it I decided it wasn't for me and politely declined. can't fuk wit deadpool— BOOTS (@B00TS) August 5, 2016
music biz is unpredictable & movie biz even moreso. the moral is money is cool but gut feelings are stronger and worth more. be real to u— BOOTS (@B00TS) August 5, 2016