For now, it seems that Warner Bros. and Jared Leto will be hunting for a writer and a director to get the ball rolling for yet another Joker movie. This marks the latest extension of the Suicide Squad universe after Warner Bros. previously announced that Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn would be getting her own movie. Warner Bros.is also developing a Joker origin film with a new actor playing the character; The Hangover scribe Todd Phillips will co-write a script with 8 Mile's Scott Silver, who will direct and also produce alongside Martin Scorsese. It's always been known that The Hangover's Todd Phillips is directing an origin movie of the Clown Prince of Crime produced by Martin Scorsese and reportedly starring Joaquin Phoenix.
Warner Bros is reportedly planning to make a movie on the version of Joker played by Jared Leto in David Ayer's Suicide Squad (2016), Variety reported.
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As of now, details about the upcoming project are being kept under wraps. No word on how today's news about Jared Leto's Joker movie will affect that project.
Instead, Phillips film would fall under a new "origins" banner which would be completely separate from the established DC cinematic universe.
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Joaquin Phoenix has been in talks to play the Joker in this movie.
Leto was most recently seen in "Blade Runner: 2049" and Netflix's "The Outsider".
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It remains unknown whether the movie will be released before or after the Suicide Squad sequel, or whether it will tie in with the plot of the movie in any way whatsoever.