Zac Snyder shared an image of Jared Leto’s Joker in his upcoming Justice League cut.
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The filmmaker, whose extended directorial cut-off 2017 DC film arrives next month, is teasing elements of his four-hour epic for its release. The latest is a blurry image of Leto as the Joker is holding a playing card with vinyl gloved-hands.
In a post on Twitter, Snyder tagged both Leto and Suicide squad Director David Ayer, writing: “You created an amazing character. Our world is honored to collide. Leto first portrayed Joker in Iyer’s 2016 film.
– Jack Snyder (@ZackSnyder) 2 February, 2021
As Geek’s den There are a few passages from the note image: “Those creepy vinyl gloves sure give a surgical or serial killer vibe, and it’s hard to tell, but it looks like he’s wearing a surgical scrub, as well.
The Joker card he is holding is of special importance, though. This is the same image that appears on the Joker card that the character makes in his first appearance in 1940 Batman # 1 By Bill Finger and Bob Kane. “
The teaser confirms the film’s recent announcement of a release date (March 19 on HBO Max) and confirms that it will be a four-hour film, not a four-part film that will come before the film.
Meanwhile, Zac Snyder’s Justice League looks like it could be his last in the DC universe, with the director recently stating that he has no current plans to make another DC film.
Snyder originally held the post of director of the 2017 DC film Justice League, but moved on during post-production following the death of his daughter. Joss Whedon cast her in the film.