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Jared Leto's Joker Returns in Zack Snyder's Justice League Cut

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Jared Leto Returning to Play Joker in Zack Snyder's Justice League

Leto's inclusion in the Snyder Cut is a pretty big deal as the character did not appear in the original movie.

For a film that many were adamant about being completely "done" and ready to release, it seems odd that additional filming is going down.

Leto's project is now in the first stages of production and will star a number of notable Hollywood faces like Ray Fisher, Ben Affleck and even Amber Heard.

The incorporacin the victor of the scar for greatest supporting actor for 'Dallas Buyers Club' has a crumb, because the Joker not appeared within the model that got here to theaters 'Justice league'in order that est to see find out how to enter Snyder on this movie the well-known villain of the tales of Batman.

Regardless, Leto is becoming a member of different actors from "Justice League" this week for added images on the undertaking. Jon Berg and Geoff Johns, then-studio executives who oversaw the movie and the reshoot by Joss Whedon that was meant to salvage the failed movie, will not be receiving producer credits on the Snyder Cut, sources say.

The project will be released on HBO Max next year, reportedly in the form of a four-episode limited series. The movie was panned by the critics and Leto's portrayal of the clown prince of Gotham did not receive much praise either. It's also important to note that Leto wasn't in the original Justice League, and so this casting officially ties the worlds of Suicide Squad and Justice League together.

Just when you thought 2020 couldn't get any more bonkers, Jared Leto's Joker is making a very unexpected comeback. Joker went on to be a massive success, with Joaquin Phoenix winning the Oscar for Best Actor earlier this year. "I would literally blow that [explicit] thing up", Screen Rant quoted Snyder, as saying.

Leto, who played the classic DC villain role in 2016 film Suicide Squad, is joining the new project which has been dubbed the "Snyder Cut" and will represent the director's "definitive version of the 2017 superhero movie he was forced to exit and he never saw through completion", according to an exclusive story obtained by The Hollywood Reporter.

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