According to Variety, Jared Leto is set to star in and executive produce his very own Joker movie.
The outlet, who spoke with sources, reports: "[The film will pave] the way for future movies branching from "Suicide Squad.
Leto's Joker film will become the second film on Joker to be under production by Warner Bros and DC Comics once an official announcement is made. Nevertheless, in the lamentable Suicide Squad, Jared Leto assumed the mantle and a seemingly untouchable role was, for better or worse, reborn.
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As well as taking on the lead role, insiders also shared that the Oscar victor will act as an executive producer on the feature, which is now without a title.
It must be noted that we've reported extensively on the creative process over at Warner Bros. when it comes to their DC movies, and- in a nut shell- it's likely this Joker movie is merely an idea that's in development.
There's also a Joker origin movie, helmed by Todd Phillips, which will reportedly be separated from the main DCEU. One minute, Ben Affleck still wants to play the character in the DCEU, but reportedly won't be a part of The Batman, which he was initially going to write, direct, and star in. Warners has been developing multiple tie-in films since Suicide Squad hit theaters, including Suicide Squad 2, a Harley/Joker team-up movie, and Gotham City Sirens, though it's unclear what's happening with the latter two. Many of these performances, like those by Jack Nicholson and Heath Ledger, are the stuff of acting legend, but then you get Jared Leto's odd take on the character which can perhaps only be described as divisive.