Jared Leto Reportedly Wants To Keep His Justice League Joker Look In A Future Project

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It’s being reported that Jared Leto would like to keep his Joker look in the Knightmare scene in Zack Snyder’s Justice League for a future Joker project. This report comes to us from We Got This Covered.

Before I go further into the article, I would like to make it clear that We Got This Covered’s ‘scoops’ don’t always end up being true. However, they have got things right in the past, so I would be remiss if I didn’t let you know that this information is out there.

It also seems to align with information I’ve been told by people close to Warner Bros. recently. So, I was told that Jared Leto and Zack Snyder were in the process of developing a Joker story which could be for a future movie or maybe a TV series for HBO Max. Well, it seems as though Jared would like to have the Joker in this project look like he does in Justice League.

Jared Leto would like to keep his Zack Snyder’s Justice League Joker look for a future project


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Here’s what We Got This Covered had to say about Jared Leto wanting to keep his Joker look in a future DC Films or HBO Max project:

In fact, we’ve now heard from our sources – the same ones who told us he’d be getting a visual upgrade in the film long before it was confirmed – that Leto wants to keep the Knightmare design moving forward if he winds up boarding any more DCEU projects. According to our intel, the 49 year-old hopes to move away from Suicide Squad‘s more garish portrayal and make the Joker much more intense and creepy, which he certainly looks already despite the only evidence so far being two black and white photos.

What do you make of this report? Do you like Jared Leto’s new Joker look in Zack Snyder’s Justice League? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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