‘Suicide Squad’ Movie Will Project Joker In A Different Role Than Playing Villain?

By Ila Samant | 1 year ago
‘Suicide Squad’ Movie Will Project Joker In A Different Role Than Playing Villain?
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Joker, the famous character from Batman movie, has always been portrayed as a villain till now. In the coming year, however, we will get to see a different role played by the popular character from DC. In “Suicide Squad,” he will most likely be taking the center stage. Read On!

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The character was previously portrayed by Jack Nicholson and Heath Ledger, but this time it will be played by Jared Leto. Till the time the new movie is showcased on big screen you can enjoy all that have been released recently.

According to comicbookmovie.com, the producer of the movie Charles Roven has mentioned that the character of Joker for the movie “Suicide Squad” has taken inspirations from Mexican cartels. Will Smith, who is the co-star in the movie, has mentioned that during the entire time of making this movie for months, he never got the chance to speak to Leto except for about the character he is portraying.

Also Read: ‘Suicide Squad’: Things We Know Till Now

Will Smith went on to say that they are working together for almost six months now and they never talked about anything except for the making of the movie. This means that Will Smith and Jared Leto have not get the chance to meet each other yet.

During the interview, Smith stated that whenever he used to say hi to Jared, he was always in that Joker mood. When Jared Leto was interviewed, he revealed that he absorbed himself deep inside the character, and the only thing that is going inside his mind is Joker.

According to gamespot.com, he detached himself from the outside world. He considers it a big opportunity and he thinks this is the best way to do it. It is really interesting to play a part in these psychological games. We are all waiting desperately to watch “Suicide Squad.”

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