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Suicide Squad is now over a year old, but DCEU fans are still being endlessly teased over the version of the Joker that Jared Leto briefly brought to life in the film. In addition to several announcements regarding the future of the Clown Prince of Crime, new still photos of the actor as the iconic villain continue to hit the internet.

Not only is Warner Bros. continuing to tease us over the Joker, but we're also being teased over the version of Harley Quinn that brought to the table. While the brand new photos show scenes that we did see in Suicide Squad, they offer a bit of a different perspective into them. In the first image, we see yet another glimpse of the scene in which tortures his future partner in crime, Harley Quinn, while incarcerated in Arkham Asylum.

[Credit: Warner Bros.]
[Credit: Warner Bros.]

Although this gives us another glimpse into Harley Quinn's intro at Arkham Asylum, it sadly doesn't reveal much more about or the than we already know. It merely serves as just a more clear image of the Joker torturing his doctor before escaping.

Suicide Squad director David Ayer shared the second image via Twitter, which gives viewers a better look at the iconic waltz between the two characters. The scene (lifted from the classic Alex Ross cover) was in the film, but seeing this new still shot definitely leaves any Joker and Harley fan wanting even more. It also gives a more detailed look at Robbie in Harley Quinn's original jester costume:

Despite the overall lack of the Joker in Suicide Squad, Leto will (supposedly) return to reprise his role alongside co-star Margot Robbie in an announced Joker and Harley Quinn solo movie. It's also been said that he will be returning for and , as well.

However, Leto himself said he was a bit confused over what was going on at Warner Bros. after the announcement of a Martin Scorsese produced Joker origin story (that will not star Leto). Robbie has also said she hopes to be returning as Harley Quinn at least by 2018, but even she isn't quite sure what's going on.

Things in the DCEU villains universe are getting quite confusing, so only time will tell regarding what comes next for the Joker and Harley Quinn. But hey, at least we got some new pictures, right?

Are you excited to see more of The Joker? Leave us a comment and let's talk about it!

[Source: Comic Book]


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