‘Batman: The Killing Joke’: Kevin Conroy And Mark Hamill Reveal Real Ending
Since the release of Batman: The Killing Joke, DC fans have been aching to know if Kevin Conroy & Mark Hamill would reprise their roles as the voices of Batman/Bruce Wayne and The Joker. Earlier at Canada’s 2016 Fan Expo, both actors gave attendees their replies.Advertisement
Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill hinted that DC Entertainment’s next animated project could be Batman: Hush and Batman: Death in the Family. However, there has been no confirmation yet from the publishers.
According to Screen Geek, Conroy responded to a fan asking Mark Hamill, “What do you think about doing Hush?”
The Joker voice actor responded by saying, “What do you think about doing Death In The Family?”
While both actors revealed details that kept the audience cheering during the fan expo, an intimate moment shared by Conroy and hamill went viral on social media. Before concluding the session, Conroy “swept Mark off his feet” by holding his hips during the talk.
The image was shared by Conroy on his official Twitter account. He said that “the crowd went nuts!” and “Toronto was incredible.” Check out the tweet below.
Conroy’s followers on Twitter have been sharing humorous responses to the image. One fan tweeted, “that’s what really happened at the end of The Killing Joke!”
Batman: The Killing Joke was DC Entertainment’s first R-rated animated movie. In the end, (SPOILER ALERT!) it is suggested that Batman snaps The Joker’s neck as the camera pans down to a puddle.
Before Batman: The Killing Joke, Hamill announced that he would retire from doing the voice of The Joker. However, it looks like the actor would voice DC’s dangerous villain in Batman: Hush and Batman: Death of a Family films.
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