Jared Leto's JOKER Getting His Own Solo Movie

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When was the last time you went to go see a movie because the massive draw of Jared Leto's magnetism was too much to resist? " This is in keeping with Warner Bros.' recent push for various DCU projects meant to act as possible outlets for Margot Robbie's incarnation of Harley Quinn, such as Birds of Prey".

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. Both will take place within a Suicide Squad Universe, according to Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, and Collider. Much like how Warner Bros. stressed a year ago 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.

Leto went into full immersion mode for the part, remaining in character throughout the shoot, and delivering his co-stars a series of freaky and gruesome gifts.

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It's said Jared Leto is set to star in and executive produce an untitled standalone film, which could pave the way for future movies spinning off of Suicide Squad. This follows on from the previous Joker solo movie announced, with Joaquin Phoenix rumoured to star in a completely separate universe.

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. 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.

A Suicide Squad sequel is also in the post, due to go into production in 2019, and that's aside from the now in-development The Batman from Matt Reeves, helmsman of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and War for the Planet of the Apes.