JARED LETO Not Smiling At Possibility Of Multiple JOKERS

JARED LETO Not Smiling At Possibility Of Multiple JOKERS

JARED LETO Not Smiling At Possibility Of Multiple JOKERS

According to The Hollywood Reporter, "Warners will make an ambitious attempt to use Scorsese to bring Leonardo DiCaprio into the world of comic-book movies".

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Still, keep checking Screen Rant for more news on this Joker origin film, including who Warner Brothers is able to actually land for the lead role. Both DiCaprio and Scorsese have mostly avoided blockbuster fare during their careers, but now that both have their Oscars, maybe that could change. This has not been confirmed by anyone in the actor's camp and an offer hasn't yet been made, according to sources at the trade. Still, Warner Bros has a long way to go before this collaboration becomes a done deal. It's still uncertain whether or not Ben Affleck will portray the Caped Crusader in this upcoming film. It's also thought that Jonah Hill could help to connect the dots between DiCaprio and the film as he is good friends with the actor after starring alongside him in "The Wolf Of Wall Street" and he also recently worked with Todd Phillips on 'War Dogs'. "The chances of landing DiCaprio could be slim to none", Kim Masters and Borys Kit wrote in their original report. If nothing else, like the Bat-Signal illuminating the night sky above Gotham City, this alleged casting hunt does send a signal to the rest of the industry that, yes, when it comes to its fledgling DC banner, Warner Bros. means business. The hair looks more like Leto's take from Suicide Squad, but it does have that classic DiCaprio swoope to is. Its first slate of films was met with bitter criticism - this includes "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and the aforementioned "Suicide Squad". Considering DC's shaky track record (Wonder Woman aside), it'd be a risk he simply doesn't have to take. That should smooth over any hurt feelings it may have also helped the DCEU simply adding a new movie to the lineup that wasn't there to begin with.

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