Will Mark Hamill Voice As The Joker in Upcoming DC Movies?
Mark Hamill is one of the few actors known for two fictional character portrayals in the entertainment industry. While some of us know him as Luke Skywalker, the DC fans know him as The Joker.Advertisement
The 64 year old actor has been the voice of The Joker in 1992’s Batman: The Animated Series and also voiced as Solomon Grundy in 2001’s Justice League series. Nevertheless, Mark Hamill unexpectedly announced in 2011 that Batman: Arkham City will be his last movie and confirmed his retirement.
While fans were utterly disappointed with his abrupt move, he corrected his statement later the same year. Hamill suggested that only an animated feature film of Batman: The Killing Joke would bring him back. But the actor still went on to voice as The Joker in Batman: Arkham Knight.
Batman: The Killing Joke will soon be releasing this month. But fans were also concerned if it would finally be Mark Hamill’s last movie as The Joker. A twitter page decided to ask the actor if it was indeed going to be his retirement. Fortunately, it looks like Hamill has changed his mind.
The actor responded back to the tweet with a simple “no”. You can check out the feed below. However, neither as Hamill confirmed that he has put off his thoughts of retirement.
Batman: The Killing Joke is currently available on Amazon for pre-order. Fans can get an early access to the movie as the Digital HD releases on July 26th whereas the physical Blue-ray/DVD will be out on August 2nd. The lucky Comic-con Attendees at San Diego can catch its premiere on July 23rd as well.
In other news, earlier this month DC Access released an exclusive clip from Batman: The Killing Joke. The footage reveals Batman visiting The Joker in Arkham Asylum, in hopes of making a truce before inevitably one of them kills the other.
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