Jude Law Reportedly Being Eyed To Play An Alternative Version Of The Joker

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It’s being rumoured that Jude Law is being eyed by Warner Bros. Pictures to play an alternative version of The Joker in the DC Comics movies. This rumour comes to us from We Got This Covered.

There have been so many rumours of other actors coming in to play alternative versions of The Joker. I’ve seen names like Johnny Depp and even Jim Carrey being thrown around. I think those names are just ridiculous.

However, We Got This Covered is claiming that their sources have informed them that Warner Bros. Pictures is looking at Jude Law to play an alternative version of The Joker. That could be an interesting idea, and Warner Bros. seems to have a good working relationship with the British actor.

Could Jude Law really end up playing an alternative version of The Joker?

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Here’s what We Got This Covered had to say about Warner Bros. Pictures looking at Jude Law to play another version of The Joker:

According to sources close to WGTC – the same ones who told us Ben Affleck would be returning as Batman in The Flash and that a Green Lantern show is coming to HBO Max, not to mention Luke Skywalker was set to turn up in The Mandalorian – with Depp out the picture, the studio is now eyeing Jude Law as a potential Joker instead.

What do you make of this rumour? Would you like to see Jude Law play another version of The Joker in future DC Comics movies? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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