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Suicide Squad Director Shares The Killing Joke-Inspired Photo of Jared Leto

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Following the Suicide Squad cast image from last night, director David Ayer has debuted another photo on his Twitter account showing the previously-absent Jared Leto. Joker fans will instantly recognize the photo as an homage to the cover of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland’s classic story “The Killing Joke.” Check it out and compare it with the actual cover image below.

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Porcelain_Chicken2220d ago

Literally the first thing I said!! XD Damn I hope they release a picture soon. A legitimate picture. Make-up & all!

Crazay2220d ago (Edited 2220d ago )

My disagree is either color blind orrrr..... something else?

Anyway - Despite the apparent transparency and excitement building they seem to be doing I don't know that we'll get a real good look or feel for anyone (Joker especially) until ...Comic Con at the ABSOLUTE earliest if DC is looking to make a huge splash but more likely not until Xmas-Superbowl time frame.

Porcelain_Chicken2219d ago

Welcome to FilmWatch lol. More than likely yeah. They seem to be releasing these pics a lot though, makes me feel as though this movie won't be as hush hush as BvS. I think Warner Bros. are just waiting for AoU to release and for excitement to die down so that they can begin to properly begin to market these movies. I think comic-con would be good. They released Batman pictures and Superman pictures,more than a year before release date. We'll definitely get something soon I guarantee it!

SilentNegotiator2219d ago

"Joker fans will instantly recognize the photo as an homage to the cover of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland’s classic story “The Killing Joke."

Or might if there was any resemblance aside from his out of focus hair and a camera.