FIRST LOOK: Jared Leto Seen In Full Costume With Tattoos As The Joker in …

19 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Bad News: Joker DOES have Tattoos, and My New Theory..

The newest photos from the Suicide Squad set (which apparently has the worst security) show a pivotal scene between Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn and Jared Leto’s Joker, where the two are having an intense standoff. Jared “The Joker” Leto was photographed on the set of Suicide Squad in Toronto, Canada, on Sunday, May 17, and his villainous look is just as creepy as expected.

After seeing above, whatever apprehensions anyone may have about Leto’s Joker and Robbie’s Harley can be put to rest: their versions deserve all the anticipation and excitement they can generate. Well, you might want to strap in because it turns out the tattoos that caused a global nerd outcry are in fact going to appear in the upcoming Suicide Squad film. Awesome rendition of the duo, check out the link in bio for more. #Joker #HarleyQuinn #SuicideSquad #WB #DC #gotham #gothamcity #davidayer #thejoker #JaredLeto #MargotRobbie #WillSmith #Batman #30secondstomars #echelon #echelonfamily Harley’s still blonde and decked in normal clothes whereas the Joker is of course wearing a suit that matches his luxury sports car.

The 30 Seconds to Mars singer, who shaved his eyebrows, cut off his signature ombre hair, and packed on muscle in preparation for the role, donned a revealing button-down shirt and fitted pants, showing off his chest muscles and character’s tattoos. Based on new set photos that were posted to JustJared earlier today, May 18, it appears Jared Leto’s turn as the Joker will indeed appear on screen covered in self-referential tattoos. The reasoning for this remains a mystery, but as you will see in the images below the Joker appears to have each of the designs teased in last month’s promo picture while filming on set. While we don’t want to spoil any major plotlines, we can reveal the scene being filmed involved an argument centered between the Joker and Harley Quinn ().

Leto’s Clown Prince of Crime drives a purple Lamborghini that fittingly sports a license plate which reads “HAHAHA.” Earlier this month, the Dallas Buyers Club star showed off his bulging biceps in an Instagram photo. “Don’t make me punish you,” the actor captioned the selfie which served as picture-proof of his dedication for transforming himself into the role. Another thing you might noticed in the newly released images is Margot Robbie, who is seen for the very first time in something other than her Harley Quinn outfit. So, if Joker is in a jail of sorts and those gods-awful tattoos are that alarmingly out of character for who he is, perhaps getting crappy prison tattoos was his direct response for being locked up.

Video of the set — which has already been taken down — shows Harley yelling at the Joker to get out of his car and trying to talk to him while he flamboyantly toys with her. Many thought that it veered too far away from the character’s origins, and some championed the look as bold and different, setting itself apart from previous big screen iterations like those of Heath Ledger and Jack Nicholson. Putting aside the new hair and makeup routine, the 43-year-old hunk has definitely bulked up and flaunted his pumped-up muscles on Instagram. “The opportunity to take on this nearly Shakespearean character—that’s what graphic novels and comic books are becoming, right?” he recently shared with Billboard. “[He’s] this beautiful disaster of a character. Suicide Squad will not be released until August 2016, so it’s likely we will see numerous photos and videos from the production popping up online in the weeks in months ahead. Many have commented that these shots may be for a flashback sequence of some kind, as all the info we’ve heard lately seems to suggest that the character will be in a prison cell for most of the movie’s runtime.

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