The Joker Concept Art Released: Better Than ‘Suicide Squad’ Cut?
“Suicide Squad” movie was faced with an unfortunate editing process that removed some of Jared Leto’s best scenes as The Joker. While Warner Bros. hasn’t revealed if an uncut edition will be released for the movie, the studio has instead unveiled other behind-the-scenes materials to keep its fans at bay.Advertisement
Recently, Warner Bros. released set of never before seen concept art from Suicide Squad. The material contains sketches of Jared Leto as The Joker, files belonging to Amanda Waller, post cards and Deadshot’s letters written by his daughter.
The batch contains more behind-the-scenes materials in the form of images and sketches. According to Cosmic Book News, these images are available as a book in Amazon. Currently, the hardcover is priced affordably at $26. Fans can check out a sketch of Jared Leto in the purple jacket below.
According to the reviews on Amazon, fans are praising the behind-the-scenes content included in the book and have also rated it 5 stars. For now, fans can enjoy admiring these sketches.
In an earlier interview, Suicide Squad cast Margot Robbie also revealed that many scenes part of Harley Quinn’s backstory involving The Joker was removed from the movie. The actress also revealed that the scenes were marvellously portrayed by Jared Leto.
David Ayer’s “Suicide Squad” movie was released last week on August 5th. Although the film’s earning was affected by the negative reviews from critics, it still went on the break records set by Deadpool and Guardians of the Galaxy for August month.
In other news, earlier today Margot Robbie, Will Smith and the rest of the main surviving cast from “Suicide Squad” were part of a hilarious interview. The celebrities also played a confession game during their interview. Click here to know more.
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