The studio is already developing a so-called Joker origins movie, which would be directed by Todd Phillips and would potentially star Joaquin Phoenix. Something like Suicide Squad can kind of stand on its own wobbly feet, but the big draw for that film was the concept of bad guys sort of doing good, and the debut of beloved characters like Robbie's Harley Quinn.
All of this might explain why, according to sources at Variety, Warner Bros is reportedly thinking about devoting a whole movie to Jared Leto's incarnation of the Joker. This spinoff follows on the heels of the Margot Robbie-produced Birds of Prey feature that will star her Harley Quinn, and this film probably takes the spot that was rumored for a Joker/Harley film that kept being bantied about.
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That bodes well for Leto, 46, who was dissatisfied with the Joker's involvement in "Suicide Squad" after many of his scenes were reportedly cut from the film.
There's been no update on the proposed Gotham City Sirens movie being developed by original Suicide Squad director David Ayer, but he seems to have moved on after the announcement of Bright 2 from Netflix, where he'll re-team with actor Will Smith. Leto pretty much had a cameo in the film and was rarely seen.
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No word on how today's news about Jared Leto's Joker movie will affect that project. Now, there's two Joker movies in development.
The joke's on, Jared Leto. The plan is for Warner Bros.to build out the world that it created with Suicide Squad. Much like how Warner Bros. stressed previous year that that film did not mean Leto was out as the Clown Prince of Crime in the DCU, it would seem Phillips' film isn't off the table either. Yet. You can read the original report over at Variety.
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