We already know Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and Cyborg will work together on screen as director Zack Snyder intended in his Snyder Cut of the Justice League movie. But now it looks like the
will join them.
Actor Jared Leto, who played the classic DC villain in the 2016 movie Suicide Squad, has joined the reshoots for the Snyder Cut, according to The Hollywood Reporter on Wednesday.
Leto joining the Snyder Cut would be unusual since his character didn't appear in the 2017 original. So it raises a few questions as to how much new content will actually appear in this upcoming version of the Justice League movie.
Snyder Cut will be broken into a four-episode limited series on HBO Max in 2021, and will include the new footage that's currently being shot.
Actor Ben Affleck is also returning as Batman and Ray Fisher as Cyborg to shoot new scenes for the Snyder Cut. Henry Cavill as
and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman will also be in the new version.
There's still no official word whether new scenes will be shot with Ezra Miller as the Flash or Jason Momoa as Aquaman.
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