Zack Snyder Praised Jared Leto’s Joker And David Ayer Responded

Zack Snyder, director of Batman v Superman, Man Of Steel and a bit of Justice League, praised Jared Leto’s Joker in Suicide Squad and David Ayer replied.

There have been a lot of column inches, a lot of video minutes and just a lot of time dedicated to talking about Leto’s take on The Joker.

When it was revealed that the actor would be playing the iconic DC Comics villain, people (myself included) thought it was good casting.

Jared Leto is one of those actors who seems to deliver a lot of fine performances.

I felt that he had what it took to play the role, yet it turned out to be a bit of a mess as far as I was concerned.

However, it seems as though Zack Snyder thought Jared Leto’s performance as the Joker in Suicide Squad was good.

Zack Snyder enjoyed Jared Leto’s Joker in Suicide Squad

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This was revealed on Vero, which is the social media platform that only Zack Snyder seems to use.

He was asked for his opinion on Leto’s take on the Joker.

Snyder was also asked about the interaction between Joker and Ben Affleck’s Batman.

Snyder then replied, saying: “I always loved him in the part.”

This is actually a pretty big statement on his behalf.

It seems as though Snyder is a fan of Leto’s Joker.

This could mean he might be convinced to include him in a possible DC Comics movie further down the line.

That would be pretty fun if you ask me.

I would like to see more of Leto’s Joker up against Affleck’s Batman.

The funny thing was, that this was then shared on Twitter and David Ayer retweeted it with the googly eyes and prayer hand emojis.

What do you make of this news?

Do you agree with Zack Snyder? Did you enjoy Jared Leto’s Joker performance in Suicide Squad?

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