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

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div id=””>Zack Snyder has revealed that Jared Leto’s Joker will sport a different look in the Snyder Cut of Justice League, speaking with Grace Randolph on Beyond The Trailer, Snyder has confirmed that the Clown Prince of Crime’s look will differ in his version of Justice League. in relation to his appearance as the character in 2016’s Suicide Squad. Snyder didn’t explain too much what had changed in the Joker’s look, but did briefly touch on one of the actor’s additional photography scenes. “I wanted, of course, to honor what had been created with him because I thought it was really cool,” Snyder explained before mentioning the changes to the character. “But there is water that has flowed under the proverbial bridge between the last time we saw Joker and this appearance. He’s a road-tired Joker, I guess that’s one way of putting it. “While it’s still unclear how exactly Leto’s Joker will fit into Snyder’s Justice League, we do know that there were only about “four or five minutes of extra photography” shot for everything. the movie, so the character will be reflected somewhere in this new footage. Snyder described the character scene as a “vignette” that will see a “segment of the group together”.

“This scene was… a part of the world that I love and felt like it just needed to be added to this movie and… it’s really the only thing I added outside of photography. original, ”he admitted, referring to the Justice League covers, which involved several returning cast members including Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot and Ray Fisher. Returning Leto to reprise his role as Joker is just one of the many confirmed differences the Snyder Cut will offer, check out our slideshow below for more or read our individual stories about Darkseid Steppenwolf’s new Herald design, Superman and Batman’s cutoff dialogue, and Joe Manganiello reprising the role of Deathstroke.

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Justice League Snyder Cut: all known differences from the theatrical version

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