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Snyder's 'Justice League' will reportedly feature Jared Leto as 'The Clown Prince of Crime'

Zack Snyder's "Justice League" might be taking an unexpected turn.Jared Leto will reprise his role as the Joker in the HBO Max release of the film, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The magazine says Leto has entered reshoots that he never completed for Snyder's cut of the 2017 movie.Nevertheless, Leto's role in the film is not verified and the news from THR is based on conjecture.In 2016's "Suicide Squad," Leto previously played the Joker, bringing a somewhat different take on the character as a tattooed Gotham gangster. Critics were not kind to the new look.It wouldn't be surprising if the Joker were to end up in Snyder's "Justice League." The first trailer for the new Snyder cut teased the Clown Prince of Crime. The Joker card momentarily flew across the screen. When it debuts on HBO Max in 2021, Snyder's "Justice League" is set to be a four-hour film.In the theatrical cut of the 2017 film, Leto's Joker did n…

'The Notebook' would've featured George Clooney instead of Ryan Gosling as young Noah

Put this one in the 'what-could-have-been' pile.There was a point in Hollywood when George Clooney was circling the big-screen adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks novel, "The Notebook.""I was going to do it with Paul Newman," Clooney recently revealed on Entertainment Weekly to Samantha Highfill while talking about his upcoming Netflix movie, "The Midnight Sky." He said he was playing the flashback & Newman was the old guy.It would have been quite a one-two punch for Clooney as Noah Calhoun and Newman as the older version of the character. So what stopped them?
Clooney said that he and Paul talked about doing the thing until the day he said he wasn't gonna do it. Clooney didn't wanna do it because of the different eye colors between the two of them and because (according to Clooney) Paul was too famous for George to portray him. Clooney said it'd never work. Paul agreed. His hunch was unerring. One of the many aspects that work with th…

Disney Plus is now warning viewers of racist stereotypes in older movies, including 'The Jungle Book' & 'Dumbo'

"Peter Pan," "Dumbo," and "The Jungle Book" now include explicit notifications on Disney+ about racist attitudes.A warning that appears on the screen before the beginning of some older Disney Plus movies warns viewers that the upcoming program "includes negative depictions and/or mistreatment of people or culture."The warning says that those stereotypes will always be considered wrong. It further says that instead of removing this material, we're gonna acknowledge its negative impact & try to build a better future together.Before the onset of "Aladdin," "Lady and The Tramp," "The Aristocats," and "Swiss Family Robinson," the advisory message appears as well.On Friday, several such disclaimers went live on Disney Plus. Last November, Disney first implemented identical, ambiguous disclaimers, which labeled these stereotypes as 'outdated cultural depictions'.On Friday, Disney issued a statemen…

Adele says she will be a 'flaming hot mess' for her first time hosting SNL

On "Saturday Night Live," Adele is scheduled to make her TV hosting debut next week.
The 15-time Grammy award winner was reported over the weekend to host the long-running NBC show on October 24, with H.E.R. as the musical guest.
Adele quickly expressed her excitement as well as nerves with a post on her Instagram account after the news broke. The "Hello" singer also alerted fans that her latest hosting gig would lead to the anniversary of her first SNL performance 12 years back, which was also during an election campaign and helped establish her rise in the US.

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