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Jared Leto's Joker Confirmed To Return In Snyder's "Justice League"

The Clown Prince of Crime is making a comeback!
22 Oct 2020, 08:00 PM
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Many actors have played Joker over the years but many fans disliked one in particular – Jared Leto’s Joker, and it’s making a comeback.

Jared Leto made his first appearance as the Joker back in 2016’s Suicide Squad, but after having most of his scenes cut out from the movie, fans didn’t see enough to like Jared’s version of the Joker, but that might be changing soon!

New reports have confirmed that Jared will reprise his role as Joker in the highly-anticipated Zack Snyder’s Justice League.

Jared will join in the movie with reshoots currently taking place with Ben Affleck, Amber Heard and Ray Fisher on set and will possibly tie in with David Ayer’s take of the Suicide Squad before it was affected by studio interference.

Director David Ayer previously revealed that the theatrical version of Suicide Squad is not his own take of the movie and how much his edits for the movie differs from the released version.

With Zack Snyder’s Justice League runtime at 4 hours long, it’s interesting for fans to find out how the iconic villain will fit into the story, seeing that the character did not appear in the 2017’s Justice League.

While many fans disliked Jared’s Joker, others think that the different take on the iconic villain is actually a masterpiece of a character that wasn’t shown its full potential.

Zack Snyder’s Justice League is set to release in 2021 and will be split into a four parts event, with each being an hour long.

Are you excited to see Jared Leto return as Joker in the movie? Let us know your thoughts!

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