Suicide Squad is nearing its home release, with the Digital HD version of the film hitting streaming outlets in just a couple of days. On November 14, fans will get a chance to watch the film again, for the first time since it left theaters.
The home release of Suicide Squad will also include a previously-unreleased cut of the film. The extended edition of the movie features never-before-seen footage, including many of the Joker scenes that didn't make the theatrical release.
Since more Joker is what the people seem to want, folks involved with Suicide Squad are determined to deliver. In addition to seeing more of the villain in the extended cut of the film, a new behind-the-scenes photo of the character appeared online today.
Photographer Clay Enos, who worked heavily on the Suicide Squad movie, has been posting pictures of many of the cast members on his personal instagram account. Recently, he revealed portraits of the popular characters Harley Quinn and June Moone, played by Margot Robbie and Cara Delevingne respectively.
On Thursday morning, Enos shared a new photo. This time, it was the joker who received the spotlight. Instead of a portrait, this picture saw Joker actor Jared Leto filming the infamous chase scene.
Cameras are seen in the foreground, and the back of the photo is draped in a green screen. It's clear that this scene was filmed in a studio, rather than on the road. It's understandable, as Batman is also seen on top of the car.
Harley Quinn joins the Joker in his purple ride, and she is looking out of the passenger side window. Many fans will remember this scene from the film, but it's always fun to see how these big moments are created.