Jared Leto’s Joker Zack Snyder’s Justice League will have a different look

Jake Snyder has revealed that Jared Leto’s Joker will give a different look to the Snyder cut of the Justice League. After being with Grace Randolph beyond the trailer, Snyder confirmed that the Crown Prince of Crime’s look would be different in his Justice League version than his Justice. Character appearance in the 2016 suicide squad. Snyder didn’t elaborate much on what had changed about Joker’s look, but he briefly touched on one of the actor’s additional photography scenes.

“I, of course, wanted to respect what was made with him because I felt it was really cool,” Snyder explained before mentioning the change in character. “But some water has gone under the proverbial bridge, when we last saw the Joker and this presence. He is a street-weary clown, I think that’s one way of saying that.”While it’s still unknown how Leto’s Joker would fit into Snyder’s Justice League, we know that only “about four or five minutes of extra photography” has been done for the entire film, so the character is somewhere in that new footage will change. Snyder described the character’s scene as a “vignette”, which would see the “simultaneous segment of the band”.

“This scene was … a part of the world that I love and I felt that just needed to be added to this film and that … it’s really the only thing I’ve connected outside of original photography,” he said Accepted, referencing the rehabilitation of the Justice League, which included several returning cast members, including Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, and Ray Fisher.

The letter is returning to surprise its Joker role, one of the many confirmed differences that Snyder Cut will offer, check out our slideshow below for more information or to see Herald Steppenolf of the Darkseid, the new Superman and the Batman cut Read our personal stories about the dialogue Confrontation, and who reprise the role of Manganillo Deathstroke.

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Adele Ankers is a freelance entertainment journalist. You can reach him Twitter.

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