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Aug 08, 2016 06:24 PM EDT

Jared Leto: The Joker Should Team Up With Batman

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Jared Leto played the role of The Joker in DC's all-villain film, "Suicide Squad". A fan question was asked about who he wants to team up with next, and Jared Leto's answer was a bit unexpected.

Jared Leto, a.k.a. The Joker, was asked in an interview with the BBC Radio 5 about other villains that he would like to team up with in the future. Jared's answer was a bit unexpected as he said that the most compelling character that the Joker would team up with would be Batman. Batman may not be a villain but it would be so much fun seeing the Joker with him, says Jared Leto, according to BBC News.

This film, for a lot of people, shows that the Joker is exciting when 'he is pulling the strings'. The "Suicide Squad, according to Leto, is more of an introduction to the character of the Joker. The current stand of the film shows that it is more like a supporting story than what most people expects of it. It gives audience the feeling that there could more that is coming.

The return of the Joker to the big screens in the upcoming DC Extended Universe films depends upon the public's response to Jared Leto's Joker. If the people like the Joker he might just come back but if the people do not like him, he would not overstay, Comicbook reported.

The "Suicide Squad" is a team of the world's most dangerous Super Villains sent on a mission with the support of the government through the brave U.S. intelligence officer, Amanda Waller. But the squad was not picked to succeed but to fail inevitably.

The film is written by David Ayer and he directed it, too. Starring on this film is Jared Leto, Margot Ronnie, Will Smith, Jai Courtney, Joel Kinnaman, Cara Delevigne, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Viola Davis, Karen Fukuhara, Scott Eastwood, and Jay Hernandez.

"Suicide Squad" now showing in theatres internationally.

 

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