Jared Leto Returns as Joker for Zack Snyder’s Justice League

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Zack Snyder is not only assembling his Justice League cut, which will now be a four-episode miniseries, but he is also currently filming reshoots.

And Jared Leto will reprise his The Joker character for Zack Snyder's version of Justice League which will debut on HBO Max. While they're at it, they've chose to throw Jared Leto's Suicide Squad Joker into the mix too. "It is unclear which other actors are involved". The trade notes Ben Affleck, Ray Fisher, and Amber Heard will also be involved with the additional photography. Ideally that tragic event will also be referenced in Zack Snyder's Justice League so we can finally get some true payoff for that tease.

Finishing the Snyder Minimize isn't any small endeavor as almost all of the footage Snyder shot for his model of "Justice League" was scrapped earlier than VFX was accomplished. "I would definitely play the Joker again", Leto said.

Zack Snyder's Justice League will premiere on HBO Max next year as a four-part series.

Ayer's version of "Suicide Squad" saw Leto playing the legendary comic-book character as a crime lord. With no Harley Quinn in the picture but his nemesis, Bruce Wayne aka Batman teaming up with his fellow Justice League members to fight Darkseid, we are curious to understand what role does Joker have in here. Leto's Joker was followed by Joaquin Phoenix's performance in "Joker", which won Phoenix the Oscar for Best Actor. Each producers had been Warner Bros. executives on the time of the theatrical launch however have since left the studio and should not concerned within the Snyder Minimize.

Meanwhile, Jon Berg and Geoff Johns, who served as producers of "Justice League", are planning to remove their names from the Snyder cut. Fisher accused Johns and Berg of covering for Joss Whedon's alleged misconduct on the set. The Joker did not appear in the version of the movie that came out in 2017, so his inclusion in this may indicate that there will be a lot more new stuff than originally expected.