Zack Snyder is cramming just about everybody else into Batman vs. Superman — so why not the Dark Knight’s most iconic villain?
After Batman vs. Superman cinematographer Larry Fong shared a photo from the set of the Man of Steel sequel showing a playing card lodged into a wall, the Internet went nuts thinking it was a subtle hint that the Joker could make a cameo (or at least be teased) in the upcoming DC film.
Is it possible? Sure, largely because Snyder is setting out to establish a brand new unified universe separate from Christopher Nolan’s seminal trilogy, meaning the Joker is up for grabs to reinvent (R.I.P. Heath Ledger). Heck, he’s Bats’ biggest villain, so it’s really only a matter of time until the Joker gets a reboot.
But, is that what Fong was actually trying to convey? It’s hard to say. You’d think as someone working on a Batman movie, he’d have to pick up on the obvious connection of showing a picture of a playing card, since it’s the psycho’s signature calling card. But, it could just be an innocent shot to show the “card trick” stuck in a wall, as he implied in a follow-up tweet.
What do you think?