It's been known for a few months now that Zack Snyder will be releasing his fabled cut version of "Justice League". One special new feature: this time, Jared Leto can actually be seen as the Joker in front of the camera. It is considered unlikely that he will be given a major role, but due to new images, fans can at least catch a first glimpse. It is noticeable that the Joker, in contrast to his appearance in "Suicide Squad", no longer has tattoos. Instead, he now wears a hospital gown and a surgical mask, which is a hint to Joker's escape, as Snyder confirmed to Vanity Fair. We took the time to colorize the black-and-white shots, so that you can get a better impression beforehand. In addition, the 54-year-old director revealed that the Joker is going to wear a bulletproof vest with police badges as trophies in other scenes. Without wanting to reveal too much, the new look could be related to the keyword "knightmare" - fans of "Batman v Superman" will know exactly what we mean by that. Anyhow, we're excited to see Zack Snyder's "Justice League". The 4-hour-long blockbuster will be released on March 18 on HBO Max in the United States. You can watch the brand new trailer on our website KinoCheck.com as of February 14.