Suicide Squad: Batman Shows Up On Set


Suicide Squad production is expected to kick off in May, and guess who has arrived in Toronto, Canada, to be a part of the excitement? No other than Ben Affleck, of course.

Several rumors in the past have claimed that Ben Affleck will reprise his role as Bruce Wayne / Batman in Suicide Squad, and these images are a full proof of that.

One image shows the actor entering the country, and the other shows him walking around as Bruce Wayne.

We're not sure what his role will be in the film, but it is clear that it won't be prominent. Maybe he'll just show up as Bruce Wayne instead of the Batman since the movie is about a group of criminals and not that of the Dark Knight.

We've read in the past where it was claimed that Amanda Waller will have Batman on surveillance camera doing lord knows what. Apparently, she views him as a threat, and as the key to locating all the powered people in the world. We're guessing at this point she has no idea who he really is, but might find out in the future.

In other news, Jared Leto released a photo via his Instagram page where he is dressed in a Superman themed T-shirt. The image is mainly showing off his new found muscles as he prepares to deliver in the role of the Joker. Interestingly enough, his body is missing the tattoos we saw in the official showcase of his rendition of the Joker.

It makes us wonder if the image was just to celebrate the character's 75th anniversary and so much as being the official final design. Many folks did not like the design and complained a lot on social media about what is considered a departure from who Joker is.

Jared Leto's Joker was even compared to Marilyn Manson, yes, that is how bad things are right now. We can only hope the image released by David Ayer is just a test, because having a Joker with "Damaged" written on his forehead would be a bit too much.

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